We revisit a 2004 commercial parody in what Queen Latifah plays a black woman severely in need of Excedrin for Racial Tension Headaches.
Kate McKinnon made Saturday Night Live history last year when she won a supporting acting Emmy. It’s an honor that even big stars like Tina Fey, Will Ferrell, and Amy Poehler never got. Hosts have won guest acting Emmys (in fact, Fey and Poehler shared that award last year).
In this "Saturday Night Live" throwback clip from October 2001, Will Ferrell’s office worker shows a little patriotism in a barely-there shirt and extremely skimpy stars-and-stripes shorts.
Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers resurrected an old SNL Weekend Update desk bit the two used to do together called "Really!?!"
In this "SNL" Digital Short, Megan Fox brings home Andy Samberg for movie night. She’s also invited her roommate — Optimus Prime (Bobby Moynihan in a mask).
“Saturday Night Live” star Leslie Jones stopped by Conan where she was busted for tweeting while drunk. Host Conan O’Brien called out the actress saying, “You have made a promise and sworn you would never — you said this in interviews — “I will never drink and tweet.”
Kate McKinnon has been in so many memorable sketches over the past five years, but she really started getting everyone’s attention with her absolutely perfect take on singer Justin Bieber in faux Calvin Klein ads.
"So I had this Scottish troll character named Colleen. She was a Scottish troll, and she wanted a kiss, and that was her deal," McKinnon said.
In this throwback clip, "SNL" host Ben Stiller has the honor of playing Tom Cruise in the recurring "Celebrity Jeopardy" sketch.
Happy 80th birthday, Morgan Freeman! The Oscar-winning actor was born June 1, 1937 and went on to become a movie legend. But he’s never hosted "Saturday Night Live." Freeman did, however, make a cameo in 2010 in the recurring “What’s Up With That?” segment.
In a sketch from 1998, Frasier star Kelsey Grammer plays a new Baywatch director intent on wringing every bit of emotion out of the actresses.
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.
Vanessa Bayer has announced that Season 42 of Saturday Night Live will be her last, after seven seasons on the show. Here's a look at some favorite moments from her time on SNL.
Bobby Moynihan is leaving Saturday Night Live after nine seasons on the show. On Friday, fellow cast member Pete Davidson posted a touching message to Moynihan on Instagram, writing: “Tomorrow is our last show together. When I became a cast member you were really there for me and such a pal.
Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Depp revealed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that he would be open to taking over Alec Baldwin’s role as Saturday Night Live’s de facto President Trump.
In his monologue from his most recent "SNL" hosting gig, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson sings (and shimmies a little) about how joining the cast of various franchises has helped their success.
CBS debuts six shows — three dramas and three comedies — including a "Big Bang Theory" spinoff and a new vehicle for "Bones’s" David Boreanaz
Remember that time Will Ferrell punched Ellen on “SNL”? No, because it happened in a rehearsal. But the two talked about it on Ellen’s show Monday.
Melissa McCarthy, in full Sean Spicer garb, rode a motorized podium through midtown Manhattan Friday morning, and word quickly spread through social media.
"Saturday Night Live" has featured many memorable characters and impressions over its four-decade history, and Melissa McCarthy’s take on press secretary Sean Spicer stands up there alongside the greats.
In this "SNL" throwback clip from 2009, Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto appeared on "Weekend Update” to address die-hard Trekkies before the release of the "Star Trek" reboot.
Trump hasn’t been a fan of the impression from the beginning, saying in a tweet that it couldn’t get any worse.