Seth MacFarlane to host first "Saturday Night Live" of new season
SAN DIEGO, CA - JULY 13: Creator/writer Seth MacFarlane attends the "Game Of Thrones" HBO celebration party inside the WIRED Cafe at Palm Terrace At The Omni Hotel during Comic-Con International 2012 on July 13, 2012 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Jerod Harris/Getty Images for WIRED)
(CBS/AP) "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane will guest host the season's first "Saturday Night Live," NBC announced Wednesday.
MacFarlane is scheduled to host on Sept. 15, as "SNL" enters its 38th season.
The musical guest for MacFarlane's show will be Frank Ocean.
The multitalented MacFarlane created the Fox series "Family Guy" and serves as writer, producer and voice artist on the show. He recently directed his first feature film, "Ted," and furnished the voice for its teddy-bear title character.
Future guest hosts on "SNL" this fall include actors Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Daniel Craig.