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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.”
Pranks are a tried and true Hollywood tradition. Some of today’s biggest stars are known as much for their propensity for pranks as their performances on screen. Will Forte apparently likes the occasional prank, but we can’t help but think he’s not always clear on what a prank is.
Just a few weeks ago, we reported that every single cast member who was involved with Season 40 is returning for Season 41. Unfortunately, the good news didn’t last. Now, a ton of the creative staff has left, and we have the details.
With the 41st season of NBC’s popular late-night sketch comedy less than a month away, SNL is starting to prep for an event that comes every four years, an event that keeps the series relevant and has inspired some of its best comedy skits. That event: the United States Presidential Election.
You already know what your favorite TV shows are, and you probably know what your friends’ favorite shows are, particularly if they’re outspoken on social media. But have you ever wondered how the people making those series feel about all the projects populating TV history?
Saturday Night Live just added a brand new cast member to the lineup this week, and with the addition of newbie comedian Jon Rudnitsky, the cast for the 2015-2016 season has been cemented.
Saturday Night Live is gearing up for its 41st year in the late night schedule, and while there won’t be a ton of tweaks to the cast, the sketch comedy series has added one new name this week.
On Monday, NBC announced that Season 41 will kick off with a couple of fun female guests and the return of Tracy Morgan to television. That’s right, one of 30 Rock’s biggest funnymen is finally headed back to the small screen.
Things can get a little crazy when it comes to live TV. Things can also get crazy pretty much anytime Louis C.K. is involved. It turns out the man who closed out Saturday Night Live’s 40th Season this year has a history of butting heads with producer Lorne Michaels over his monologues.
Hader is probably still most known for Stefon, the oddball, flamboyant New York City correspondent on Weekend Update. This weekend, Hader shared the origins of the Stefon sketch, and they might not be exactly what you are picturing.
One of the most memorable bits took place during the all-star Weekend Update segment when Melissa McCarthy comes out as Chris Farley’s motivational speaker Matt Foley. And it turns out her spot-on appearance didn’t merely resemble Farley’s look.
As one of television’s most established series, Saturday Night Live has been a massive breeding ground for the comedy world. Here are the 9 most long-lasting cast members that SNL has put forth.
Last fall, Saturday Night Live made some changes to its lineup. Now, we’ve reached the end of Season 40, and Cecily Strong recently spoke out about the “Weekend Update” lineup change, and what bothered her the most regarding people’s reactions.