Jim Carrey to play Joe Biden on SNL for season 46

Joe Biden Jim Carrey

Joe Biden Jim Carrey

He and [head writer/cast member] Colin Jost had a bunch of talks. But the biggest news about SNL's return is that Jim Carrey will be guest starring as former Vice President and current presidential candidate Joe Biden. He'll be taking over from Woody Harrelson, who played Biden last season, and Jason Sudeikis, who played the VP throughout the Obama administration.

The long-running NBC variety and sketch comedy TV series will return in October for its season 46, in time to poke fun at the 2020 presidential election.

"The physical problems of doing it - number of people who can be in the studio, number of people who can be in the control room, how you separate the band so that they're not in any jeopardy - all of those are part of the meetings we've been having", he said. He will give the part energy and strength.

I have no doubt it will be amusing, given that Jim Carrey has been making us laugh for a few decades and got his start in sketch comedy on In Living Color.

Actor Alec Baldwin as US President Donald Trump on SNL.

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"We're trying to make sure that everyone is safe and protected and looked after", Michaels told Vulture. "And for me, what is most important is when you're absolutely certain of some piece on Wednesday, and then the dress-rehearsal audience sees it on Saturday and tells you you're wrong".

The show will also work closely with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's team to ensure health and safety for the cast, crew and small audience during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Michaels is also slightly changing up the airing format to cover the presidential election.

Jim Carrey is heading to Saturday Night Live. "And then we responded, obviously, positively", Michaels said. The show will have five episodes back-to-back in every single weekend in October, including Halloween. The show is bringing back all of its cast members from past year, including its semi-regulars, and adding others.

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