In her interview with David Letterman, Tina Fey says she’s glad she’s not working at "Saturday Night Live" now because of the poisonous atmosphere Donald Trump has let loose in the land.
Tina Fey tripped over her pants and fell while trying to surprise a fan who thought she was just leaving a video message, and that wasn't the only slip-up.
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.
In a very timely and even refreshing reversal, this week’s episode of “Great News” depicted harassment from a powerful and seemingly trustworthy executive — who happened to be a woman.
With its episode about sexual harassment, 'Great News' provides a glowing example of the way art can triumph over life, says Ken Tucker.
Tina Fey finds herself in a girl squad feud after Nicole Richie records a diss track on "Great News."
As the old saying goes, behind every successful TV character, you’ll find a woman. Okay, so we’re paraphrasing. And yes, “every” might be a stretch, but over the last 60 years the television industry has benefitted tremendously from a series of brilliant, groundbreaking women both on camera and behind the scenes. In honor of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, Yahoo TV salutes 8 women who changed television
The story making the rounds today is that President Trump was upset about Melissa McCarthy’s portrayal of White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Saturday Night Live last weekend. According to a piece in Politico, “it was Spicer’s portrayal by a woman that was most problematic in the president’s eyes, according to sources close to him.
Fans took notice of Kylie’s scar at NBC’s Golden Globes afterparty on Sunday night. Kylie’s silver dress with a thigh-high slit showed off her scar as she ate some pizza with her older sister, Kendall. Tina Fey has a faint scar below her lip.
Tina Fey has words for the ongoing feud between President-elect Donald Trump and frequent SNL host Alec Baldwin. Fey was recently interviewed by David Letterman in The Hollywood Reporter and said: “It just makes me feel sick for the state of the world because it’s so beneath a president.” She did admit that in terms of Twitter feuding partners, Trump may have found his match in Baldwin.
Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner are back for a second season of Difficult People, beginning Tuesday on Hulu. The new episodes—I’ve seen three of them—are jam-packed with pop-culture jokes that will leave you trying to suppress outbursts of laughter lest you miss one punchline set atop another, like layers of a delicious cake that Julie’s character would love to smash. If that sounds mean or crass on my part, believe me, you ain’t heard Julie’s character, Julie Kessner.
Tina Fey and Maya Rudolph reunited on "Maya and Marty" where they paid a lovely tribute to variety shows with a musical medley.
Thelma & Louise is one of the most enduring films of the early 90’s. Ridley Scott’s crime adventure will always be remembered for its feminist message, strong chemistry between stars Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis, and fun dialogue. Monroe, who plays Lorelei, a proud gold digger, engaged to the wealthy, yet nerdy, Gus. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes is available to rent on Amazon.
Stephen Colbert hosted what he billed a “Live Late Show Post-Game Super-Show” on Sunday night that boasted a long guest list whose most significant component turned out to be Megyn Kelly. Early on in the show, Colbert tossed the football out of camera range to “the tall guy with the really big ears”—who proved to be President Obama, catching the football in the White House. An interview with Tina Fey and Margot Robbie, together to promote their new movie Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, was interrupted by a satellite interview from the site of the Super Bowl with MVP Von Miller.
Queens of comedy Tina Fey and Amy Poehler return to their old Saturday Night Live stomping grounds this week to host the last episode of 2015. We are not worthy!
Breathe a sigh of relief cinema purists and old-school Maya Rudolph fans: Sisters will emphasize practical effects and honor the legacy of the outrageous party comedies that came before it.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are letting it all hang out in this exclusive (and NSFW) scene above from their upcoming comedy Sisters. It’s the first time they’ve appeared in a movie together since 2008’s Baby Mama.
Tina Fey (0 Tina Fey honored her father, Donald, who passed away on October 18, as only she could, saying, “The Republican Party should have tried to clone him.” He was a Korean War veteran and a retired firefighter and died of heart failure at 82. “He was a great dad and a talented artist and writer, but I also think of him as a Great American — he served his country in Korea, he served his city as a fireman, he took his kids regularly to art museums and historical sites,” Fey told The Philadelphia Inquirer for her father’s obituary. They ‘stand down.’ The first time [SNL creator] Lorne Michaels met my dad, he said afterward, 'Your father is… impressive.’ They meet Don Fey and it rearranges something in their brain about me.