Warren and her friend and neighbor, Lois Arbogast, team up in the inaugural episode.
Jones told ET that she was able to have a little more control on the upcoming ABC show.
'That job was hard, man. That job was like two jobs, and very restrictive too. "I wasn't very free there".
Nope: 'I don't miss it.
Jones initially started as a writer for "SNL" and made a controversial on-screen debut in May 2014, joking that she wouldn't be single in the times of slavery. She announced her departure in August 2019, opting to focus on other opportunities; she has since fronted a Netflix comedy special and now hosts ABC's reboot of Supermarket Sweep, premiering Sunday.
After five seasons, Jones made a decision to depart Saturday Night Live before the start of its 45th season on NBC.
Supermarket Sweep first premiered on ABC in 1967 and was hosted by Bill Malone until its finale in 1967. Ruprecht's version of the show ran for five seasons until 1995 and for another three, from 2000 to 2003.
Julia Warren, 35, now a mother of four living in Poway, Calif., enjoyed watching the game show whenever she was home sick from school as a kid. "If you give somebody $100,00, that's the biggest"'God bless you" you could ever give to somebody, ' explained the actress to the outlet. I took her to grocery stores.
Handing it out: This one was really special because I wanted to give money to regular people.
"The game play in sweep has always been the strongest part of the show".
'It's just wonderful. You get to see their real personality when they pull up to the sweep, you're like, 'Oh, this is what you're about. "Oh, okay. I like this,"' she concluded.