“Saturday Night Live” is not new tonight. The show is on summer hiatus, but fans learned this week when to expect new episodes. “SNL” will return in September.

“SNL” Season 45 starts Saturday, Sept. 28 at 11:30 p.m. EDT on NBC. The peacock network also announced the first handful of hosts and musical guests.

The season premiere will feature host Woody Harrelson. This will be the Oscar-nominated actor’s fourth time hosting, but it will be Billie Eilish’s first time in Studio 8H. The 17-year-old “Bad Guy” singer will be the first musical guest of the 2019-2020 season.

On Oct. 5, it’ll be a veteran musical guest with newbie host. “Fleabag” star Phoebe Waller-Bridge will host while Taylor Swift performs. The “Lover” singer said she is a big fan of the writer/actress.

On Oct. 12, “Stranger Things” star David Harbour will take on host duties. “Havana” singer Camila Cabello will join him.

“SNL” also announced a couple of guests for later fall episodes. Kristen Stewart will host on Nov. 2 ahead of the release of her “Charlie’s Angels” movie.

“Saturday Night Live” alum Eddie Murphy will close out 2019 by hosting for the first time in 35 years on Dec. 21. He last hosted in 1984, just months after leaving his position as a cast member.

Unfortunately, not every cast member is returning for Season 45. Leslie Jones asked to be released from her contract to focus on other projects. The comedian, who was on “SNL” for five seasons, is hosting a new reboot of “Supermarket Sweep,” working on a stand up special for Netflix and starring in several movies, including the highly anticipated “Coming to America” sequel.

Those hoping to get tickets to “Saturday Night Live” Season 45 should submit requests now. NBC will close the “SNL” ticket lottery at 11:59 p.m. EDT on Aug. 31.

SNL "SNL" is not new tonight, but the new season finally has a premiere date. Photo: Will Heath/NBC