Kenan Thompson plays a depressing but optimistic imprisoned Cosby in hilarious 'SNL' sketch alongside host Seth Meyers.
The "SNL" stalwart said he was glad he hadn't been stuck onstage when it happened, as most of his castmates had been.
Despite numerous boos from the crowd as West spoke, his wife didn’t appear to be bothered by his controversial statements.
“Saturday Night Live” returned for another season of reminding us about the uselessness of political humor in these times. Alas, the one “SNL” performance worth seeing took place after the show went off the air.
The president's son is coming to West's defense, while one "SNL" star is disputing the rapper's claims.
For the season-44 premiere of 'SNL,' Kyle Mooney parodied Pete Davidson's engagement to Ariana Grande and summer in the limelight.
In a “SNL” rarity, the set was actually Kanye’s third song during the broadcast, coming during the traditional end-of-show sign off. After host Adam Driver thanked the “SNL” cast and crew, instead of the usual “SNL” house band play-off while everyone shakes hands and hugs as the credits roll, they quickly dispersed from the stage. Also onstage during the performance were 070 Shake and Kid Cudi, who both appear on “Ghost Town,” and Ty Dolla Sign, who isn’t on the track but showed up presumably to support his friend Kanye.
“Saturday Night Live” is bringing back an oldie but a goodie for hosting duties and a newcomer who you’ve become obsessed with over the summer: Seth Meyers and Awkwafina. When Awkwafina hosts, she’ll be introducing Grammy-nominated rapper Travis Scott as the musical guest, also an “SNL” newcomer.
Kenan Thompson‘s Studio 8H days might soon be behind him. NBC has handed a production commitment to Saving Larry, a comedy series that would star the Saturday Night Live veteran. Saving Larry centers on a dad (Thompson) who has to play the roles of mother and father to his kids after his wife passes away — and he’ll have to do […]
Alec Baldwin will reprise his impression of President Donald Trump in the 44th season of “Saturday Night Live,” the actor revealed during the “Origins” podcast with author James Andrew Miller, a longtime “SNL” chronicler. “Trump is insane. I think most people know, the guy – he is insane. We have a man who is president […]
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.
Lindsay Shookus attended the Emmy Awards on Monday night without her plus-one from last year. The Saturday Night Live producer, 38, went onstage with colleagues at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards to accept the award for outstanding variety/sketch series. It marked her first public outing since her split from Ben Affleck earlier this summer.
Ahead of Monday’s 70th Primetime Emmy Awards hosted by Weekend Update duo Michael Che and Colin Jost, Saturday Night Live has revealed its first host and musical guest of the season. Adam Driver has been tapped to headline SNL‘s Season 44 premiere, airing Saturday, Sept. 29, at 11:30/10:30c on NBC. This mark Driver’s second hosting stint, and his first […]
Pete Davidson could have played Donald Trump on “Saturday Night Live.” In 2015, the NBC sketch show asked him — along with every other male cast member — to audition for the part of the Republican underdog, who was clearly running for president as a joke. “It was bad,” recalls Davidson on a recent walk […]
Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler reunited for a classic SNL segment to take up a recent tweet from former FBI Director James Comey.
We knew there was something wrong with the existing Pete Davidson–Ariana Grande dating time line.