"Family Guy" and "American Guy" creator and "Ted" writer and director Seth MacFarlane has been named as host of "Saturday Night Live" for the show's 38th season premiere on September 15.
It is MacFarlane's first time hosting the show, which will also include the "Saturday Night Live" debut of singer Frank Ocean. Ocean released his critically acclaimed studio debut album "Channel Orange" in July.
In addition to MacFarlane, Joseph Gordon-Levitt will also host the show this season for a second time. Gordon-Levitt will helm the September 22 episode with musical guest Mumford & Sons, who are making their "Saturday Night Live" debut. Levitt will next appear in the film "Looper" with Bruce Willis, which hits theaters on September 28.
Daniel Craig will make his debut as "Saturday Night Live" host on October 6 with musical guest Muse, who will be making their second appearance on the show.
Craig will reprise his role as James Bond in the upcoming film "Skyfall," which hits theaters on November 9.
"Skyfall," which debuted a new trailer in late July, is the 23rd film in the James Bond franchise.
The trailer revealed some plot details for the film. Bond appears to get killed off in the beginning of trailer only to reappear out of hiding later in order to help his boss, M (played by Judi Dench), who is threatened and almost killed after British Secret Intelligence Service headquarters is attacked.
About midway through the trailer Bardem makes his first appearance as the villain Silva in a blond wig.