A former “SNL” star got to host this week’s “Big Brother” veto competition, and the comedian couldn’t help but make fun of the houseguests.
Arnold Schwarzenegger spoofs his action movie persona in 'Killing Gunther,' fall comedy from writer-director Taran Killam, now with its first trailer
On "Family Feud," an Army sergeant may have perfectly summed up how America feels about our beloved Steve Harvey.
Bobby Moynihan and wife Brynn O’Malley, attending the opening night of the new musical “Charlie and The Chocolate Factory” on April 23, are expecting a daughter. Bobby Moynihan will soon have a little princess of his own — and he shared the happy news with some help from the Amazonian princess who is currently queen of the box office. The comedian, who left Saturday Night Live in May after nine seasons, shared on Instagram that his wife, Broadway actress Brynn O’Malley, is pregnant with a girl.
After four seasons on Saturday Night Live, Sasheer Zamata has left the show. When she was hired, Zamata was the first black woman to join the cast in six years and the first since Maya Rudolph left in 2007. She was brought on in January 2014 amid criticism over lack of diversity on the show. Zamata made the 42nd season finale her last episode, following on the heels of the departure of fellow cast members Bobby Moynihan and Vanessa Bayer.
On February 9, 1991 — 25 years ago this month — Adam Sandler made his Saturday Night Live debut as a featured cast member in Season 16. And we thought that was a great excuse to take a look back at the past quarter-century of SNL history and rank the 25 best cast members who’ve joined the show since Sandler did. We debated each nominee’s on-air performance only based on longevity, versatility, cultural impact, and overall magnificence, and came up with the following list. Live, from New York… it’s the 25 best SNL players of the last 25 years.