Saturday Night Live has had one hell of an anniversary year, between Season 40 guest hosts and the slew of big names who participated in the huge >SNL 40 special. This week, NBC announced that Chris Hemsworth has signed on to host an upcoming episode of the late night sketch series.
One of Arrow star Stephen Amell’s biggest goals is to host Saturday Night Live, and now we have an idea of how badly he wants this to happen.
A lot of people have tried out for the late night sketch series over the years, and recently former Nickelodeon star Kel Mitchell, who is most known for stints on All That! and in Good Burger, spoke out about his disastrous SNL audition.
If you’ve been keeping tabs on all of the SNL 40 stories that have been rolling around the Internet this week, you may have already heard that Eddie Murphy was supposed to be involved with an actual sketch where he would do an impression of Bill Cosby but Cosby is thankful he didn't.
Part of the conversation around last weekend's SNL 40 was about Eddie Murphy’s return for the first time in over 30 years, and the lack of pizazz exhibited by the energetic entertainer. Fellow guest and SNL alum Norm Macdonald revealed that he attempted to get Murphy involved in a completely different way.
Anyone who watched the SNl 40 special on Sunday evening likely already knows that the evening was filled with celebrities. Luckily, one of those former cast members, Jimmy Fallon, now has a late night platform to talk about the events that occurred during the crazy after party following SNL 40.
During a segment of last night’s 40-year anniversary special of NBC’s Saturday Night Live the show played tribute to the city that it lives and breathes, none other than New York.
Wayne and Garth took the stage last night at the 40-year anniversary special of Saturday Night Live and it was everything we could hope for.
Although Saturday Night Live usually ushers in its celebrity hosts right before a major release, Dakota Johnson will be bringing her comedic talents to the New York City studio weeks after Fifty Shades of Grey took in over $94 million at the box office. As if that movie needed more publicity.
“The Californians” has been a wildly popular sketch on Saturday Night Live over the past several seasons. Even if you aren’t a fan of the sketch that pokes fun at Los Angeles’ penchant for describing travel routes, it’s worth it for one hysterical moment: Getting to watch Betty White make out with Bradley Cooper.
Andy Samberg and Adam Sandler decided to team up for an all new digital short on SNL. The song, entitled “That’s When You Break” played tribute to the uncontrollable outbursts of laughter that cast members couldn’t help throughout the years of live sketches.
Bill Hader may be known for some of the greatest SNL sketches to date, but the one he remembers most is the worst he's ever done, and there's a hilarious story behind it.
Lorne Michaels has spoken out about the comedians who he wishes he had hired on Saturday Night Live. During the segment Michaels also insisted he wished he had hired Steve Carell. Unfortunately, the Foxcatcher and The Office actor never actually auditioned for NBC’s late night series. Here's what may have happened.
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.