Many years ago, when he was only attending one university at a time, James Franco made a documentary about Saturday Night Live titled Saturday Night. Up until now, it was only shown at the TriBeCa Film Festival in 2010—but as of Friday, you'll finally be able to watch it on Hulu. Franco made the screamy announcement on Instagram.

Franco started the project back in December 2008; he originally intended for it to be a seven minute short for an NYU film project, but it turned into a 90-minute film which focuses on one full week at the show (when John Malkovich hosted the Dec 6th, 2008 episode). According to the press release, the doc is "a never-before-seen look at what it takes to make one single episode of the hit series...provides access into the hectic, sleepless week the show’s talented writers and cast members endure to create a single episode - from the Monday afternoon pitch sessions to the live taping on Saturday night."

If you're anxious for an SNL fix, you can watch that Malkovich episode here (the 40th season starts this weekend as well). The doc will premiere on Hulu Plus on Friday, and then will be available on regular Hulu two weeks after that. And hey, when else will you get a chance to see the likes of SNL alums Kristen Wiig, Seth Meyers, Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and Andy Samberg perform nowadays*?

*besides movies like Welcome To Me, Nebraska, The Skeleton Twins; TV shows including Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Portlandia; & Late Night With Seth Meyers, of course