We knew changes were coming to SNL Season 43 after the departures of Vanessa Bayer, Bobby Moynihan and Sasheer Zamata, but these additions are real buzzer-beaters. Ahead of Saturday’s premiere, SNL welcomes Heidi Gardner, Luke Null and Chris Redd to the series, with more than double as many writers.
This weekend will mark a monumental occasion for 'SNL,' not only elevating season finale host Ben Affleck into the five-timers club, but also bidding a fond farewell to veteran Bill Hader, potentially Jason Sudeikis and Fred Armisen as well. Less impressed with the proceedings is the controversial Kanye West, who barely manages to hid his disdain in the most recent promos for this weekend's all-ne
With plenty of buzz from this weekend's upcoming Justin Timberlake-hosted installment of 'SNL, the long-running sketch comedy series seems to have gotten the message to stick with its strongest players. Following the success of 'Identity Thief,' Melissa McCarthy will return to the 'SNL' stage for the second time in two years, hosting the April 6 installment, but who will join the 'Mike & Molly
After Adam Levine's terrible performance as host a couple of weeks ago, can Justin Bieber turn things around and make us all "Beliebers" on this week's 'SNL'? (Sorry, we'll never use that word again.)
Well, we could have seen this one coming. In spite of pop sensation Justin Bieber's recent run of negative headlines stemming from his... let's say greener, less role model-friendly habits, it seems 'SNL' is doubling down on the Biebs. The long-running NBC sketch comedy series has officially tapped the Canadian superstar to both host, and perform on an upcoming episode, but will Bieber fever overt
Thanksgiving is almost here and while Thanksgiving doesn't have the carols or claymation specials of Christmas but that doesn't mean that Turkey Day is without its traditions. There's turkey and wine and football and bickering with your family and the classic 'SNL' sketches. We've compiled the best Thanksgiving skits 'SNL' has aired over the years for your viewing pleasure.
Alright, so 'Saturday Night Live' had a bit of a misfire this past weekend, as the majority of Daniel Craig's sketches fell flat. They don't train super-spies to be funny, after all. But while the NBC sketch comedy series' 38th season may have broken its hot streak after Seth MacFarlane and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, 'Up All Night' and former 'Married with Children' star Christina Applegate is here t