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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.
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.
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.
Last night, the SNL monologue showed that Louis C.K. brand of comedy you’ve either grown to love or hate. Watch as C.K. explores racism, the Middle East, and child molestation all in one bit.
Last year, it looked as if veteran cast member Kenan Thompson would be exiting stage left, but that was just a bad rumor, and he will indeed be back on stage for Season 41. Get your favorite sweaters ready for more Bill Cosby impressions!
Reese Witherspoon and the cast of SNL offer apologies to their moms in tribute for Mother’s Day, and it’s hilarious.
SNL airs a pirated version of the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight and the distorted video is hilarious.
Taraji P. Henson rocked the stage on Saturday Night Live last night, but one of her best sketches actually worked thanks to the inclusion of Sesame Street characters like Bert, Ernie, Snuffleupagus and Big Bird.
Ever wonder what would happen if HBO’s Game of Thrones and the 1991 John Singleton film, Boyz n the Hood came together?
With the inner-workings of the Church of Scientology becoming a timely discussion with a new HBO documentary film, Saturday Night Live would take the opportunity to skewer its subject in a way that’s both direct, yet technically, indirect. Check it out in all its glazed-eyed glory before you sit down to John Hancock that billion year contract.
Saturday Night Live's Pete Davidson isn't necessarily known for being upbeat, chipper or bubbly. That's why it didn't come as a surprise when The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus, who dropped by the set last night, mistook him for a zombie.
Last night Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson stopped by Saturday Night Live to host the latenight comedy show for the fourth time. , it was a nice treat to see him break out of his cage in the show's cold open. Check it out after the jump.
Saturday Night Live has always been solid at nabbing some of the biggest stars in the country for hosting gigs, and the next two hosts, Michael Keaton and Taraji P. Henson, have been absolutely huge in the past year.
A certified A-list star in his own right, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will be hosting Saturday Night Live this week for the fourth time, representing the large ensemble cast of Furious 7. Here's the first hilarious promo for the episode.
At this point just about everyone on earth believes Will Ferrell to be a comedic genius, thanks to his run on SNL and his huge subsequent movie career. That's why it's so surprising to learn he apparently had a terrible audition for the late night sketch comedy show. Read on to see what Ferrell had to say about his self-proclaimed moment of failure.