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Saturday Night Live just wouldn’t be the same without the plethora of great revolving hosts. Some have certainly been better than others, but SNL is always worth the watch just to see how the headliner pulls off the live comedy.
Sarah Palin’s daughter, Bristol Palin, has made a career out of being outspoken and she recently had some pretty blunt things to say about Saturday Night Live, Tina Fey and more.
Fans of those Sarah Palin sketches got a special treat last night as Tina Fey returned to SNL to spoof Palin’s endorsement of Donald Trump for President of the United States.
This weekend, a special Saturday Night Live edition of Undercover Boss took us to Star Killer Base, where Kylo Ren, the Commander of the First Order, went undercover as Matt, a radar technician, to see what was going on.
David Spade spent a bit of time on SNL honing characters and getting airtime. A few of these characters have been memorable. And it turns out, at least one of them was based on a real person. Check it out.
Saturday Night Live has been on hiatus for the last several weeks, but the show will be returning for new Season 41 episodes in the next couple of weeks. Now we know Ronda Rousey and more are set to appear on the show.
A lot of comedians who have tried out for Saturday Night Live have told their audition stories over the years, but I can’t recall anyone having an audition as ballsy and brazen as Leslie Jones.’
Ferrell is widely considered among the top-notch tier of SNL cast members, and it’s easy to see why. However, that doesn’t mean there’s not a character or two that Ferrell regrets presenting on the late night sketch series.
One of our favorites is a double Hillary Clinton sketch featuring Kate McKinnon and Amy Poehler, the former playing present-day Hillary and the latter playing 2008 Hillary. Then, of course, Tina Fey's Sarah Palin also shows up.
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey returned to Saturday Night Live last night for a raucous and wild episode. And what a way to close out the year it was.
You would think Marvel and In The Heart of the Sea actor Chris Hemsworth would have been the main draw during this week’s episode of Saturday Night Live, but the long-running sketch comedy series totally shocked us by bringing back George W. Bush.
With Saturday Night Live now in its forty-first season, hosts really need to do something to set themselves apart to draw viewers for their episodes. Upcoming host Ryan Gosling found an unusual way to capture audience attention.
Amy Schumer is a comedienne to her core, and no obstacle was too bruising for her to give a killer performance as recent host of NBC’s Saturday Night Life. In fact, in Schumer’s case, the bruising was rather grossly literal.
In a recent interview, former SNL writer Michael Schur explained that Lorne Michaels has a pretty specific set of rules when it comes to writing segments like “Weekend Update” and putting together other topic sketches. You can check out what Schur had to say about Michaels’ biggest rule, here.
It’s always kind of a big deal for musical artists to come to the stage of Saturday Night Live. The high profile does open musicians up to close scrutiny, and musical guest Lorde has found herself accused of lip-syncing on her recent appearance on the show.