The hilarious take on the popular game show featuring an annoyed and frustrated Alex Trebek has made it to air fifteen times, the most recent of which went down last night on SNL 40.
Watch Melissa McCarthy Wreck SNL's Weekend Update Set In A Hilarious Tribute To Chris Farley's Matt Foley
In celebrating Saturday Night Live's 40th anniversary last night, the beloved NBC sketch comedy series also paid tribute to some of the series' better characters.
Saturday Night Live celebrated 40 glorious years on Sunday night with a star-studded, 3 and ½ hour special honoring everything that’s come before. The mix of tribute clips and original sketches offered more than its share of laughs, and at its best, it was able to both wink at the past and produce great original moments.
It’s hard to believe that Saturday Night Live has been on the air for 40 seasons. During that time, cast members have come and gone, many different types of sketches have made people laugh and a few memorable traditions have come to pass.
Lorne Michaels has jumpstarted the careers of many famous comedians. But there have still been some great comedians who have slipped through the cracks, never making it past the audition phase on the series. Michaels was recently asked who he may have missed out on the most, and he had an interesting answer.
Saturday Night Live's Bobby Moynihan was recently interviewed by fellow cast member Sasheer Zamata who asked him about crazy moments on the late night sketch series. Apparently, one of them involves a strange run-in with John McCain on the show.
on Sunday, NBC released not one, but two, brand new promos for SNL 40, which revealed a slew of new names who have been added to the SNL 40 cast, including former cast members and hosts alike. Among them are Eddie Murphy, Bill Murray, Justin Timberlake and many, many more.
Saturday Night Live has put together fake commercials that air as part of the late night sketch series for quite some time. With Super Bowl XLIX airing this weekend, SNL took a shot at the big game as well as Super Bowl commercials with a goofy Totino’s Pizza Rolls commercial meant to help women out during the game.
Saturday Night LIve's Season 40 has featured some excellent hosts, but the long-running sketch show’s upcoming 40th anniversary special is going to be the cream of this year’s crop, as it’s set to bring back one cast member who hasn’t been around in over 30 years: Eddie Murphy. Cue the iconic chuckle.
After this weeks debate over DeflateGate, NBC’s Saturday Night Live made sure to put their two cents in on the controversy in their cold open, and got to the bottom of who really is responsible for deflating the Patriots footballs.
Last night Blake Shelton made his debut run on Saturday Night Live, playing not only host to the late night sketch comedy show, but also its musical guest. Watch below as the cast of The Voice square off against the cast of American Idol in the confines of Family Feud the celebrity edition.
Saturday Night Live has returned from its winter break and is gearing up for the remainder of its very big 40th Anniversary season. With Blake Shelton slated to make his debut as both host and musical guest on the late night sketch show this upcoming Saturday, SNL has released its latest promotional clip to help set the tone for the upcoming episode.
With a movie to promote and an Oscar possibly in his near future, hardworking actor J.K. Simmons is poised for his first ever appearance as host of the popular sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live. Here are the details about his first hosting gig.
Oh, Justin Bieber. If there is one thing you are good for, it is giving us endless amounts of material to make fun of. And in lieu of Bieber's current Calvin Klein ads, SNL jumped on the opportunity to shred the young pop star.
Early in the second season of Saturday Night Live, Chevy Chase decided to leave the show. He moved to Hollywood and almost immediately became one of the biggest movie stars in the world. He made a lot of money and became incredibly famous, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have regrets.