It’s been nearly two weeks since “Saturday Night Live” last aired a new episode but fans of the series are going to have to wait a few more months for live episodes. The May 20 installment of “SNL” was the Season 42 finale, and the series is expected to be off the air until late-September or early October.

If you do tune into NBC on Saturday night, you’ll be greeted with a repeat of the May 6 episode featuring host Chris Pine and musical guest LCD Soundsystem. The Pine-hosted episode featured one of Season 42’s best sketches: Where In the World Is Kellyanne Conway?

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While NBC hasn’t revealed any details about the upcoming season, the cast will be without veterans Bobby Moynihan, Vanessa Bayer and Sasheer Zamata. The three comedians announced their departure following the end of Season 42.

On Instagram, Bayer wrote, “Thank you ‘SNL’ for 7 years of laughs, love and incredible memories. It has been a dream come true.” While it’s uncertain what’s next for Bayer and Zamata, Moynihan will be heading to CBS for the series, “Me, Myself & I.”

There’s is also uncertainty surrounding the return of Alec Baldwin as President Donald Trump. The actor has expressed his interest to return but admitted that it could prove difficult.

“Look, I’d love to keep doing this per my availability, but I have other things I’m going to do, so I guess we’ll figure it out,” he told The Hollywood Reporter. But even with a busy schedule, Baldwin hopes something could be done. “If I’m doing a film in Rome in the fall, you can bet I’m going to be on a satellite from Rome doing Trump,” he said.

Although fans won’t be able to get their “SNL” fix until the fall, you can get a small dose of the series when NBC airs a summer version of “Saturday Night Live’s” Weekend Update.

The network ordered a four-week run of the popular segment that will air starting in August. “We’re thrilled to have Colin Jost and Michael Che continuing their unique brand of news with fresh ‘Weekend Update’ shows in primetime this August,” a statement from NBC read. The series will premiere on Thursday, Aug. 10, at 9 p.m. EDT on NBC.

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The four-week special will be hosted by regular co-anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che and will feature appearances from other “SNL” cast members. “‘SNL’ is having its best season in a quarter of a century — how many shows can say that?! — so we didn’t want them to take the summer off,” said Robert Greenblatt, Chairman of NBC Entertainment, in a statement.

“SNL” also delivered its most-watched season finale in six years. According to NBC, “The May 20 edition of ‘Saturday Night Live,’ with host Dwayne Johnson and musical guest Katy Perry, averaged 8.272 million viewers overall and a 2.32 rating in adults 18-49 in ‘fast official’ ‘live plus same day’ results from Nielsen Media Research.”