Ryan Gosling, Gal Gadot and Kumail Nanjiani were the first three hosts of the 43rd season of Saturday Night Live, and now we know who the next three SNL hosts will be: Larry David, joined by musical guest Miley Cyrus, will host this weekend's Nov. 4th broadcast; Girls Trip star Tiffany Haddish will host Nov. 11th (accompanied by little-known musical performer Taylor Swift); and Chance The Rapper will host on Nov. 18th with musical guest Eminem.

David, a former SNL writer in the 1984/1985 season, returned to the show in 2015 and 2016 to play a pitch perfect Bernie Sanders, eventually hosting one of the best episodes in recent years. His last appearance on the show (as Bernie) came in the 42nd season premiere—hopefully this time we'll learn whether Kevin Roberts ever got his donut.

Haddish, a comedian who also has appeared in the likes of Keanu, The Carmichael Show and Tracy Morgan's now-delayed TV show The Last O.G., was the breakout star from this summer's hit Girls Trip. This will be her debut appearance on SNL. Swift will make her third appearance as a musical guest on SNL (she also hosted back in 2009); this will also mark her first TV performance in anticipation of her upcoming record, Reputation: The Taylor Swift Story: Swift On Swift: Hiddlesongs.

Chance The Rapper has previously appeared as a musical guest twice, but this is his first time hosting—he was nominated for an Emmy for co-writing and starring in last season's "Jingle Barack" sketch. This will be Eminem's seventh time as musical guest.