The leaves have begun to escape their tree prisons, the short-sleeved shirts are starting to be put away, and in every apartment building in the city, a couple is making plans to go apple-picking imminently. Fall is really, truly here, which means the season premiere of Saturday Night Live is also upon us—and we now know that Adam Driver will be the host and Kanye West will be the musical guest to kick off season 44 on September 29th.

Driver hosted SNL for the first time in January 2016, the highlight of which was Undercover Boss: Starkiller Base, in which Kylo Ren went undercover as radar technician Matt to better get to know his underlings. (Suffice to say, despite Driver's exuberant embrace of a lot of goofiness, it was not the most memorable episode.) It's a little surprising he got the nod for the premiere, since his only major movie this year was this summer's BlacKkKlansman (although he is getting some Oscar buzz for the supporting turn)—the only other movie of his scheduled to come out this year is Terry Gilliam's long-awaited The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.

West, who has appeared as a musical guest multiple times on the show, last appeared on it in February 2016 when he performed "Ultra Light Beam" and "High Lights" from The Life Of Pablo (and also took part in a rap battle sketch with Kyle Mooney). He also allegedly had a "meltdown" backstage during that appearance over some production problems, which led to him saying the immortal lines, "Stanley Kubrick, 'Ye," to end a conversation. West was the subject of a very funny sketch in last year's Donald Glover-hosted episode as well. For what it's worth, West seemed to enjoy that one.

If you're looking for an SNL fix before the season begins, Michael Che and Colin Jost are hosting the Emmy Awards tonight—the duo also appeared on The Ellen Show for an Ellen-ized version of Weekend Update.

Vulture also confirmed that Mikey Day, Melissa Villaseñor, and Alex Moffat have all been promoted from featured to repertory players, while Chris Redd and Heidi Gardner are also set to return as featured players. Alas, Luke Null, who you probably don't remember, will not be back.