This weekend is going to be a big one for the ever-popular "Saturday Night Live." Taking on the hosting duties for the evening is Sterling K. Brown. The actor is in high demand ever since he began playing the role of Randall Pearson on the hit show "This is Us." March 10 will be the first time that the 41-year-old Emmy Award Winner has hosted "Saturday Night Live."

Black Panther

Sterling K. Brown has been in many television shows and films, but it wasn't until he began starring in "This is Us" that the actor became a household name. The NBC hit drama is wrapping up the second season next week, with the season finale airing on Tuesday, March 13.

Sterling is also on the big screen these days in Marvel's "Black Panther" film which premiered in the U.S. on February 16. The actor plays the role of N'Jobu in the blockbuster movie which is breaking all kinds of records. "Black Panther" is one of the highest grossing movies in North America of all time, and it has only been out for three weeks.

Music by Bay

Sterling K. Brown won't be the only first-timer taking the stage on Saturday. The night's musical guest, James Bay, has also never appeared on "SNL." James Bay is a three-time Grammy nominee with only one studio album under his belt. His debut album, "Chaos and the Calm," was a huge success.

Bay finally has a new album coming out on May 18 titled "Electric Light." It's been over three years since "Chaos and the Calm," so fans are eagerly awaiting the release of the upcoming 14 track album.

A tour in support of the new album is coming soon, and will take the musician all over North America.

There will be another all-new episode of "Saturday Night Live" on March 17. Bill Hader will make his way back to the "SNL" stage, a place that he called home for many years. Hader was a cast member and writer for "SNL" from 2005 until 2013.

Saturday will be his second time as the show's host, and many people will be watching just to see if he brings back some of his old "SNL" characters.

The 39-year-old actor and comedian has been keeping busy since leaving his regular gig at "SNL." Hader starred in "Trainwreck" with Amy Schumer and lent his voice to a number of movies including "Finding Dory" and "The Angry Birds Movie."

Arcade Fire will be joining Bill Hader on the St. Patrick's Day episode as the musical guest. March 17 will mark the fourth time that the band has been on "Saturday Night Live."

Don't miss all of the new "SNL" episodes coming up this month on NBC.