The Winter Olympics have concluded, which means that NBC is back to their regularly scheduled programming. That's good news for fans of "Saturday Night Live," who have gone weeks without any new "SNL" episodes. That all comes to an end tonight (March 3) as Charles Barkley and Migos take over Studio 8H in 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

Basketball great Charles Barkley

Charles Barkley will make his way back to the "Saturday Night Live" stage on March 3 as the evening's host. This will be the fourth time that Barkley will host the late night Sketch Comedy Show.

His first time hosting was all the way back in 1993. After that, he hosted in January of 2010 and January of 2012. Even though it's been over six years since his last hosting gig, there's no doubt that Barley will kill it on the "SNL" stage.

Although the 55-year-old basketball legend doesn't spend much time on the court anymore, he is still in the spotlight when it comes to the NBA. Barkley is an analyst for "Inside the NBA," an Emmy Award-winning postgame show on TNT. He sits alongside analysts Shaquille O'Neal and Kenny Smith, and host Ernie Johnson.

Barkley is a natural when it comes to hosting, which is why he has been asked back to "Saturday Night Live." Lots of people will be tuning in to see how he does tonight as host and in the sketches.

Welcome Migos

When it comes to music for the March 3 episode, rap trio Migos will make their "SNL" debut. The group recently released their third studio album, titled "Culture II," on January 26, 2018. The album has already produced some hit songs including "MotorSport" and "Stir Fry." The album itself debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200.

Migos may not have performed on "SNL" before, but they have been on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," "Jimmy Kimmel Live," "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," and many more.

The trio is currently on tour and will also be performing at this years Coachella Music and Arts Festival in Indio, CA. Other festival stops for Migos include the Blurry Vision Festival in Oakland, the BREAKOUT Festival in Vancouver, and the Panorama Music Festival in New York City.

Next week on 'SNL'

"Saturday Night Live" will be back next weekend, March 10, with another all-new episode. Actor Sterling K. Brown from "This Is Us" and "Black Panther" will take on the hosting duties. Musician James Bay will be the musical guest for the night. March 10 will be the first time on "SNL" for both Brown and Bay.