Season 48 of SNL included locals Marcello Hernandez, Molly Kearney, Michael Longfellow, and Devon Walker.
Phoenix-born Longfellow recently made a strong debut on “Netflix Is A Joke: The Celebration” as a rookie.
According to IMDB, Kearney just made an appearance in the television series “Their Very Own Class” on Amazon Prime Video.
Hernandez is an actor, writer, and experienced comedian, as his authoritative website indicates.
Native Austinite Walker’s writing credits include Phoebe Robinson’s “Beginning and End’s Rubbish” and Netflix’s “Motor Mouth.”
Towards the end of the previous season, “SNL” saw the departure of several veteran cast members, including Pete Davidson and Kate McKinnon.
“SNL” creator and executive producer Lorne Michaels mentioned the upcoming finale of the long-running sketch show “a groundbreaking year” backstage at the Emmys on Monday.
According to the cutoff time, “long-term progress is constantly challenging but always inspiring,” he said. “There are new people, so far, four new people.”
On NBC, “SNL” will begin its new schedule Oct. Starts on 1st.