November SNL
Taylor Swift and Chance the Rapper will both appear on “Saturday Night Live” in November 2017. Kevin Winter/Getty Images for DIRECTV; Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for EIF

“Saturday Night Live” is making sure some big stars come to Studio 8H in November. NBC has revealed all of the musical guests and hosts for the month.

The musical guests are all making return appearances in Season 43. Taylor Swift will take the stage Nov. 11, the day after her latest album, “Reputation,” is released. Swift was on “Saturday Night Live” twice in 2009, but this is her first time back in eight years.

On Nov. 18, Eminem will be the musical guest. It will be the rapper’s seventh time on the show. He first appeared on “SNL” in 1999. Eminem will be there to promote his new album, which does not have an official release date or title yet. However, his appearance on the NBC variety show might give more credit to rumors that the LP will release on Nov. 17.

While the musical guests are “SNL” veterans, one of the hosts is a newbie. Tiffany Haddish, the breakout star of the summer comedy “Girls Trip,” will host on Nov. 11. The comedian, who can next be seen in December’s “Boosters,” will surely deliver some laughs in the episode.

Eminem’s episode will be hosted by another hip-hop artist, Chance the Rapper. While Chance has been a musical guest before, hosting is a much bigger undertaking. The artist seems to be trying his hand at acting. He recently finished working on the comedy horror film “Slice.”

It’s no surprise that “SNL” wants to bring Chance back for Season 43. The “No Problem” performer helped the show win an award last season. “Saturday Night Live” won a Primetime Emmy for outstanding original music and lyrics for the song “Last Christmas.” Chance shares the award with Kenan Thompson, Will Stephen and Eli Brueggemann.

Before those episodes, though, fans have the Nov. 4 episode to look forward to. After a two week hiatus, “Curb Your Enthusiasm” star Larry David will host this week’s “SNL” and Miley Cyrus will be the musical guest. It’s the “Voice” host’s first time appearing on the show as just a musical guest and not juggling hosting duties too.

After the November episodes, “Saturday Night Live” will go on a break for Thanksgiving and return in December for a few more episodes before the new year.

“Saturday Night Live” airs Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. EDT on NBC.