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Over the years, Saturday Night Live has delivered a ton of memorable celebrity impersonations. One of them came during last week’s episode, as Larry David gave an anger-driven portrayal of candidate Bernie Sanders. But what did Anderson Cooper think about it?
Murphy, a former SNL cast member, was so offended that he screamed at Spade over the phone and didn’t return to the show for more than a decade. Now, Spade has opened up about what happened, admitting he actually regrets making the joke.
It hasn’t been a full week since Saturday Night Live announced that Donald Trump would be hosting an episode of the show in November, and it took no time for groups to come out and oppose NBC's decision. But what does Trump think of it all?
Over the past few years, Family Feud has rediscovered its magic and turned into one of the most popular game shows on television. Much of that success is due to Steve Harvey, who is both a very effective host and an over-the-top personality.
The actor spent years on the set of SNL honing a variety of characters meant to make us laugh, and last night he capably brought back a big sketch: “Brian Fellow’s Safari Planet.”
Supporters of Donald Trump’s political campaign could presently not be happier that the outspoken billionaire has been tapped to host Saturday Night Live. Behind the scenes, however, it is becoming a logistical nightmare for the show.
We are T minus 3 days until Tracy Morgan makes his official return to Saturday Night Live, and today we’ve just been given a good look at the type of humor the comedian plans to favor during his big return to television.
For his appearance on the Saturday Night Live 40th anniversary special, Eddie Murphy withdrew from participating in any sketches and stuck to addressing the audience, but he almost played Bill Cosby for a great sketch. Here's why he didn't.
Donald Trump is hosting Saturday Night Live. We say again, Donald Trump is hosting Saturday Night Live. The Republican presidential candidate will make time in his busy campaign schedule for some good old-fashioned sketch comedy.
Fake commercials and political humor are two of the longest running tropes on the sketch comedy series, Amy Schumer’s gig to host the late night sketch show did just that by tackling one of America’s most controversial issues: gun control.
Amy Schumer hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time ever last night and – as we all should have expected – she killed it. As is often the case with comedians who host the show, she decided to use her monologue to deliver a stand-up set. Check it out below for yourself.
Saturday Night Live has come under fire for its lack of women of color in front of the camera. That has been rectified to some degree, and Lorne Michael has addressed the issue head on.
It seems like every time you turn to social media, Taylor Swift has added yet another celebrity to her Taylor Swift Squad, and at the rate it is taking off, there’s little time till the pop star takes over the world. Or at least, that’s how Saturday Night Live sees her rise in the masses.
What did you expect-- Saturday Night Live would wait even a few minutes to start hounding presidential candidate Donald Trump?
Miley Cyrus is set to kick off Saturday Night Live Season 41 this weekend with an over-the-top hosting gig. She’s already filmed the promos for the episode, and not only did she show up in a shiny dress and oversized mushroom earrings, she also can’t decide whether or not she will be appearing on the late night sketch series “with or without clothes.”