Rachel Brosnahan is having a very good week: After snagging her second straight Golden Globe statuette for Best Actress in a Comedy Series on Sunday night, the star is next set to host the first episode of "Saturday Night Live" of 2019.
"SNL" made the announcement on Twitter on Monday, revealing that Brosnahan would make her hosting debut on January 19. Grammy nominated rock band Greta Van Fleet will serve as musical guest during the episode.
Brosnahan will no doubt reference her star-making role as the titular housewife turned stand-up comic on "Mrs. Maisel," which has earned plenty of accolades since its debut on Amazon in 2017. In addition to the actress's Globes success, she also took home the Best Actress Emmy Award back in September, where the show also claimed the Best Comedy Series statuette.
According to TVLine, another new episode of "SNL" is slated to air on January 27, though no host has been announced just yet. The second half of season 44 will certainly have some tough acts to follow, since 2018 featured a starry lineup including Adam Driver, Steve Carell, Awkwafina, Jason Momoa, and Matt Damon.
Stay tuned to see who "SNL" books next.
[via: SNL/Twitter, h/t TVLine]