Tracy Morgan will make his triumphant return to “Saturday Night Live,” set as a host when the 41st season returns.
Miley Cyrus and Amy Schumer have also been tapped to emcee “SNL” this fall.
Morgan, a former “SNL” cast member for seven seasons, will host the show for his second time on Oct. 17. Morgan’s return to Studio 8H follows a 2014 car crash that left him in critical condition. The comedian is a Rockefeller Center staple, having also starred in NBC’s “30 Rock.”
Cyrus will kick off the new episodes, as the first host for season 41 on Oct. 3, which will mark the singer’s third time emceeing “SNL.” Cyrus also has hosting duties coming up this month with the MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 30.
Schumer will make her “SNL” hosting debut on the second episode back on Oct. 10.
Season 41 musical guests on “SNL,” created and exec produced by Lorne Michaels, will be announced at a later date.