Melissa McCarthy Returns to 'Saturday Night Live' on Super Bowl Eve
Melissa McCarthy is returning to "Saturday Night Live" once again. The "Mike & Molly" star has been tapped to host an upcoming episode over Super Bowl weekend, various sources say. The NFL game itself is set to take place on Sunday, February 2.
Should the report be true, it will be the Emmy-winning actress' third hosting stint on the NBC sketch series. The Det. Shannon Mullins of "The Heat" hosted the show twice before, back in October 2011 and April 2013.
"SNL" is taking a hiatus after airing a Christmas episode on December 21. It will return January 18 with rapper Drake pulling double duty as a host and a musical guest. Jonah Hill is booked to host the January 25 episode with musical guest Bastille.
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