WATCH: Chris Martin covers Bob Dylan's 'Shelter from the Storm' on SNL
Saturday Night Live returned to the air this past weeked after taking a pause due to the ongoing pandemic.
Producers dubbed it the "At Home" episode and pieced the show together remotely with regulars and guests shooting their segments from their respective homes.
The show spared no expense and even included a musical guest. Chris Martin sent in an emotional cover of Bob Dylan's "Shelter from the Storm" from his home. The Coldplay frontman subtly set the mood of the regular SNL set with posters on his wall reading, "Entrance To Trains".
Another notable moment included Tom Hanks' opening monologue. Hanks who recently recovered from the coronavirus joked about the experience and went on to thank healthcare and frontline workers.
The show ended on a high note with a tribute to late SNL music producer, Hal Willner. SNL cast members banded together in a remotely-shot montage while singing Lou Reed's "Perfect Day". Willner passed away on April 7.
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