'Hamilton' Creator Lin-Manuel Miranda to Host 'Saturday Night Live'

Getty Images

Saturday Night Live
is about to get the Hamilton treatment.

The sketch comedy show has announced that Lin-Manuel Miranda will be hosting SNL's Oct. 8 episode, with musical guest Twenty One Pilots.

WATCH: Lin-Manuel Miranda Says Goodbye to Broadway Smash ‘Hamilton’ 

Miranda recently finished his Hamilton run on Broadway, and next week's episode of SNL will mark his first time serving as the popular late-night program's host. 

Saturday Night Live
returns Oct. 1, with Margot Robbie as host and The Weeknd as musical guest.

But back to Miranda, the Broadway big shot has had a lot on his plate since leaving Hamilton in July. He is composing music for Disney's Moana and will be  starring in a sequel to Mary Poppins opposite Emily Blunt as the titular character. 

RELATED: Margot Robbie Hosting 'Saturday Night Live' Season 42 Premiere, The Weeknd Set as Musical Guest

"You guys are going to be so sick of me in this part, because I plan to out-Ted Neeley Ted Neeley," the 36-year-old actor told ET in June with regard to leaving Hamilton, making reference to Neeley's long-running role in Jesus Christ Superstar. "I've written a part I can't age out of, so even if I take a break, I'll always come back."

"This is not the end of anything," he added. "I don't know when I'm leaving yet, but I think that I built a house I can come back to any time I want, so I’m really excited about that."

See more in the video below.