The '30 Rock' creator will kick off the new season of the NBC sketch show, followed by the 'Wrecking Ball' songstress and the 'Red 2' actor on October 5 and 12 respectively.
Tina Fey is back on "Saturday Night Live" again after leaving the variety series in 2006. The comedienne, who was a head writer and is a frequent guest on the show, is set to host the season premiere on September 28.
The "30 Rock" creator and star will be joined by Arcade Fire, who will make their fourth appearance on the show, as musical guest. As for Fey, the upcoming gig will mark the third time she's hosting the show.
Fey is not the only celebrity billed to host "SNL" this fall. Miley Cyrus and Bruce Willis have been tapped to host the October 5 and 12 episodes respectively. The twerking pop star will pull double duty, being set to serve as musical guest as well, while the action movie star will be joined by musical guest Katy Perry.
Cyrus returns to the sketch show following her first hosting stint in 2001 and Willis will host for the second time after tackling the same duty in 1989. Perry is also no stranger to "SNL", appearing as host in 2011.