8 SNL cast members past and present are on late-night TV this week

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Saturday Night Live's season may be over, but its cast members never truly go away. That's also true for the vast network of SNL alumni who continue to dominate movies, TV, and streaming.

This week, late-night TV gets an SNL takeover as X past and present cast members appear across the genre's shows. So if you're curious about what a couple current repertory players are up to or want to catch up with your favorite former SNL star, this is the week to tune in.

Amy Poehler

Amy Poehler comes to late-night TV this week on something of a technicality. Both appearances will be on a rerun episode. However, if you missed recent visits, then you'll be happy to have another chance to see the SNL icon.

First up, Amy Poehler is on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday, June 10. It's a replay of the May 22 episode as Jimmy Kimmel and company enjoy a long weekend.

Then, you can catch Poehler on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Friday, June 14. That episode first aired back on June 5. In both cases, Poehler comes to late-night TV to promote Inside Out 2.

Will Ferrell

Will Ferrell brings fresh appearances to late-night TV this week. The former Saturday Night Live cast member has dates with two shows lined up.

On Tuesday, June 11, he'll connect with former castmate Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show. He'll stick around 30 Rock and hop on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Wednesday, June 12.

Expect a few SNL stories when Ferrell sits down with Fallon and Meyers. The actor will also look to plug Despicable Me 4 and may also tease his upcoming golf project.

Jay Pharoah

Jay Pharoah is another SNL alum who gets a second chance this week on late-night TV. His appearance also comes via a rerun.

Pharoah was on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on May 22. NBC will reair that episode on Friday, June 14. He was out promoting his forthcoming gameshow The Quiz with Balls.

Chloe Fineman

Chloe Fineman is the first current Saturday Night Live cast member we'll see on late-night TV this week. She recently wrapped SNL season 49 but is already back on TV.

Fineman will be on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday, June 11. Look for her to talk SNL seasons 49 and 50, Despicable Me 4, and perhaps Megalopolis.

Seth Meyers

Audiences can catch Seth Meyers on late-night TV every week. But this week is a little different as the former SNL cast member moves from behind the desk to the guest couch.

Meyers will visit The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday, June 12. It's another example of just how well the current crop of late-night TV guests get along, as evidenced by the Strike Force Five podcast.

Meyers and Colbert will likely talk shop as two premier late-night TV hosts. The Late Night host may also plug his Family Trips podcast.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

It can be easy to forget Julia Louis-Dreyfus is a Saturday Night Live alumni. Her tenure was brief and she went on to become a comedy icon thanks to Seinfeld and Veep. But she's still part of the SNL family.

That could come up in conversation when Louis-Dreyfus is a guest on Late Night with Seth Meyers. Look for her on Monday, June 10. The actress will be on to discuss her new drama film Tuesday.

Bowen Yang

Bowen Yang is the other current Saturday Night Live cast member visiting late-night TV this week. Like Chloe Fineman, he hasn't had much rest since SNL season 49 ended.

Yang has continued to make headlines since the season ended. He recently gave an interview that put an end to the Dave Chappelle and Shane Gillis "controversies" from this season.

The SNL star will be on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Thursday, June 13. He'll be joined by his Las Culturistas podcast co-host Matt Rogers.

Kevin Nealon

There weren't too many Saturday Night Live cast members like Kevin Nealon. The former "Weekend Update" anchor had a style all his own.

That signature style should be on full display when Nealon joins After Midnight on Wednesday, June 12. Nealon continues to perform stand-up around the country, so his late-night TV appearance should be a nice reminder of how funny he can be.