The trio may be new to “SNL” — well, most of them — but they’re not new to the world of comedy. We’ve gathered some clips of their performances to give you a taste of what’s in store next season on “SNL,” which premieres Sept. 28.
Yang, the first cast member in the show’s history of full Asian descent, was actually hired as a staff writer on “SNL” last year. He’s also appeared in a March sketch called “The Kremlin Meeting,” playing Kim Jong Un alongside Sandra Oh. He’s done a stand-up sets on HBO’s “2 Dope Queens,” where he joked about dressing like a “Bts reject,” and taking risks on dangerous