August 29th, 2012
04:51 PM ET
"Saturday Night Live" is starting off strong with its 38th (38th!) season this fall.
NBC announced Wednesday that the late night sketch comedy show will be hosted by Seth MacFarlane, and will have a debut performance from critic-and-fan darling Frank Ocean, on its season premiere September 15.
And it only gets better from there: "Looper" star Joseph Gordon-Levitt will stop by on September 22 along with Mumford and Sons as the musical guest. It'll be the band's first time performing on "SNL."
That'll be followed by Bond himself - a.k.a. Daniel Craig - on October 6, with Muse as the group on deck to perform.
If you weren't already excited for the fall TV season to start, this should do the trick.
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