Bill Hader brought back his most famous character as he returned to host "Saturday Night Live." Watch the week's best sketches — and learn why that John Mulaney cameo was so special.
If you thought you knew everything there is to know about Marvel's Black Panther, think again. Saturday Night Live revealed a deleted scene from the movie that shows T'Challa — played by Chris Redd — meeting all sorts of ancestors in Djalia. His great, great grandfather (Sterling K. Brown) is there, his great aunt (Leslie Jones), and even his wacky, barbecue-loving uncle by marriage, Uncle M'Butu (Kenan Thompson). Learn what Djalia's like when T'Challa is away, and get some insight into the struggles of fitting into a family of panthers when you're more of a warthog. Returning to the land of purple skies will inspire you but also make you laugh so hard you might want Uncle M'Butu to make an appearance in the Black Panther sequel.
This Is Us star Sterling K. Brown hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time this weekend — about time, right? — and of course, he didn’t make it through the night without getting choked up. After a cold open that placed Kate McKinnon’s Robert Mueller in a savage Bachelor parody, Brown kicked things off with a monologue […]
NBC’s S aturday Night Live frequently posts cut-for-time sketches on its YouTube site, and sometimes the exclusions aren’t exactly easy to figure out. Here’s one: “Star Warriors”, an elaborate, Star Wars -themed digital short that didn’t make it to air last night. Introduced by J.J. Abrams, the clip is designed as a trailer for a (not real) Star Wars standalone film, The Mos Eisley Five , arriving in summer of 2019. “It’s the story,” says Abrams, “of a group of smugglers…
Saturday Night Live this weekend made the bold choice to have host Charles Barkley come right out and say that there was no good reason to have him back. “I’m hosting SNL for the fourth time. For no reason!” the NBA legend declared during his monologue. “Lorne Michaels just wanted someone to talk to about […]
President Trump lashed out at Alec Baldwin in a typo-ridden tweet early Friday morning about the actor's recent assertion that he is tired of playing Trump on NBC's "Saturday Night Live.."
In 2003, Kel Mitchell was one among several actors and comedians "Saturday Night Live" auditioned on their New York stage. We got Mitchell to share with us some of his characters from that failed audition.
Watch the best of this week's "Saturday Night Live," including surprise appearances from Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch in a Super Bowl-themed sketch.
The 'SNL'cast member will once again join NBC Olympics as a contributor on its coverage of the XXIII Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Saturday Night Live surprised fans this weekend with a special guest star to play ousted presidential adviser Steve Bannon. In Saturday’s cold open, Bill Murray emerged from under a cloak joining Fred Armisen as controversial author Michael Wolff on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. Twitter lit up with happy responses to Murray’s return to SNL. BILL MURRAY ON SNL….THIS IS NOT A DRILL…HE'S STEVE BANNON!! #SNL pic.twitter.com/5Qd2EBY7Ej
There were sharp, cutting takedowns of politicians and sexual harassers, but also sillier, goofy sketches that poked fun at cultural trends.
In this 2011 'SNL' sketch, Michael Buble debuts an album of Christmas duets featuring Sting, Justin Bieber (Jimmy Fallon), and Taylor Swift (Kristen Wiig).
The show muffed its attempt to deal with sexual misconduct, which was a real misfire given Al Franken’s recent announcement. Otherwise, though, the show was great.
A mall Santa found himself in a tight spot with kids, who not only wanted their Christmas wishes granted, but also information about the ever-growing number of prominent men accused of sexual assault and harassment. On this week’s “SNL,” Kenan Thompson took on the role of a mall Santa with kid after kid asking questions about everyone from Al Franken to Donald Trump and Matt Lauer. Luckily, his mall elf, played by Kate McKinnon, was there to help field the tough questions.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve been naughty or nice (or both) — everyone can enjoy these memorable holiday sketches from “Saturday Night Live.”
“It’s a real honor to have this kind of platform to speak about what’s going on at a moment when there’s so much to say,” the "SNL" star told Yahoo.
A Christmas Carol came early to Saturday Night Live this year. The first of 2017’s remaining three episodes kicked off with Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump being visited by the three pesky ghosts that once visited Ebenezer Scrooge. Actually make that four: the Ghost of Witness Flipped — aka Robert Mueller’s new star witness, Michael Flynn — was the first to apparate inside of the Oval Office, where a “pouty baby mode” POTUS was hiding out from the seasonal festivities.
In honor of an Irish episode of "SNL" coming up this Saturday, watch an old chestnut: a hilarious throwback skit featuring Liam Neeson, Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler, "The Irish Home Makeover."