The comedian says she's "so blessed" to have the time right now to devise "the perfect lawsuit" against Hollywood.
Chase, the breakout star of "Saturday Night Live’s" inaugural season of 1975-76, called out his former show for not being funny in a new interview with the Washington Post.
Drew Barrymore realizes that her involvement in Nancy Reagan's "Just Say No" campaign was a bit ... ironic.
In the context of talk shows in 2018, Norm Macdonald immediately vaults to the top of the talk-show heap with the debut of "Norm Macdonald Has a Show" on Netflix, starting Friday.
Norm Macdonald continued his apology tour on Thursday’s episode of “The View” after making headlines for his controversial remarks about the #MeToo movement, and the treatment of Louis C.K., Roseanne, and Chris Hardwick in recent scandals. Macdonald said he’s been taken aback by the criticism regarding his comments. “I have been surprised because I never did […]
Norm Macdonald's way of handling a controversy appears to be by creating a new one.
In a controversial new interview, Norm Macdonald says he's "happy the #MeToo movement has slowed down a little bit."
This week's "Roseanne" will make you laugh, not debate, as it draws attention away from Roseanne to emphasize the ensemble — the star reminds you that she's a team player.
Norm Macdonald is following in the footsteps of longtime friend and peer David Letterman, by lining up his own Netflix talk show.
David Letterman will host a new Netflix series with "in-depth conversations with extraordinary people and ... segments expressing his curiosity and humor.”
'Norm Macdonald Live' is back for a new season, the host's third, and the online talk show has a full hour of David Letterman worth your time.
Former Saturday Night Live cast member Jay Pharoah had some harsh criticism for the perennial sketch comedy series. Pharoah had been mostly silent about the situation, until he opened up during a recent interview with New York’s HOT 97 radio station. SNL producers, he said, “put people into boxes, and whatever they want you to do, they expect you to do.” Pharoah admitted that he is “fiery” and not a “yes n***a” who agrees to do a sketch or character that he does not find funny. Pharoah is far from the first cast member to lambaste the series after leaving it.
In a recent interview with Time magazine, President Trump pointed out the obvious, saying that he’s president and the reporter is not. On Late Night with Seth Meyers, Meyers took special exception to this statement — not because that’s in no way a reasonable response when your credibility is being brought into question, but because Meyers saw it as a rip-off of “Weekend Update” on “Saturday Night Live.”
On Thursday’s Conan, Adam Sandler revealed an embarrassing story about Norm Macdonald from the set of Billy Madison. Billy Madison was their first film together, and Sandler had to feel out Macdonald’s acting technique.
Forget the post-debate debating, and forget Carpool Karaoke; I just caught up with last night’s Late Late Show with James Corden, and Norm Macdonald, out promoting his new memoir Based On A True Story, managed to upstage the always-camera-eager Lea Michele and to twit host Corden on his word-choice. Oh, and Macdonald also worked in a reference to Vladimir Nabokov while calling Rob Lowe “a hot piece of a–.”
Norm Macdonald’s house sitter was reportedly found dead in the comedian’s home from a suspected overdose — read more
Word leaked out early Thursday evening that Jimmy Fallon had fingered Donald Trump’s follicles during a taping of The Tonight Show. “Can I mess your hair up?” asked Fallon, his face distorted in his standard rictus of wild hilarity. Trump was clearly not surprised by the request.
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 cast members of the last 25 years.
Howard Stern “hated every minute” of his four-year stint on America’s Got Talent. He told Jimmy Kimmel on Friday that he initially took the job because he thought it would be “fun” and “interesting”: “Here I am, Fartman, and to see me juxtaposed [within] a family show like that, was interesting to me.” In other words, the man who transcends shock-jockdom thought of what he was doing as a kind of art project — a more committed, purer version of what James Franco did when he entered the world of daytime soap opera, or Will Ferrell when he played it straight in a Lifetime movie. Stern hated the way the cameras made him look — “I’m six-foot-five, and the camera man was shooting up my huge nostrils… I had no good side.” Related: Simon Cowell to Judge ‘America’s Got Talent’ And although he didn’t mention it, he did have to sit through horrible “talent” such as comedian Drew Lynch and Piff The Magic Dragon.