Last night's Saturday Night Live was one long exercise in nostalgia: along with host Andy Samberg, former cast favorites like Fred Armisen, Maya Rudolph, and Kristin Wiig all made cameo appearances. But despite this wealth of comedic talent, the episode's best segments were the two performances by musical guest St. Show More Summary
Surfboard. Maya Rudolph stole the spotlight in Saturday Night Live's season finale cold open last night, reprising the role of Beyonce for the opening sketch. As one of numerous guest stars to pop up in the episode, Rudolph garneredShow More Summary
Maya Rudolph returned to the Saturday Night Live stage this weekend, making a surprise appearance in the show's opening sketch as Beyoncé. It starts off as a personal message from Jay Z and Solange Knowles. While explaining the now-infamous...Show More Summary
The season finale of “SNL” is frequently a giddily messy cavalcade of guest stars, and last night’s episode, hosted by Andy Samberg, was no different. Between Martin Short, Paul Rudd, 2 Chainz, Lil Jon, Pharrell Williams and basically the entire cast of Season 37 of the show (whither Abby...
Maya Rudolph made a surprise return to Saturday Night Live and stole the show with her spot on imitation of Beyoncé in a sketch about the epic battle between her… READ ON
"Saturday Night Live" mocked the Jay Z and Solange fight video straight off the bat during last night's cold open. During an announcement that the family has moved on from the incident, the two were separated by a security guard ready to intervene at any moment. Show More Summary
Maya Rudolph made a cameo on last night’s “Saturday Night Live,” resurrecting her FLAWLESS Beyonce impression as she joined husband Jay Z and sister Solange to comment on their recent elevator fight scandal. The Standard Hotel is not going to be happy that the truth is finally out about what caused Solange to start flinging [...]
The catalyst for the Solange/Jay Z elevator fight has been a mystery... until now. "Saturday Night Live" spilled the beans ... an errant spider.It's pretty funny... especially Maya Rudolph who plays an epic Beyonce.The way they explain…
SNL cold-opened its 39th season finale riffing on the security video of Jay-Z and Solange duking it out in an elevator, providing a “soundtrack” revealing that Solange was just trying to brush a spider off the mogul rapper’s jacket....Show More Summary
For the season finale of "Saturday Night Live," Lorne Michaels brought out the big guns with host Andy Samberg. The "SNL" alum returned to host a star-studded episode on May 17, filled with old friends and new faces. Kicking off theShow More Summary
Jamie Chung, T.J. Miller and Maya Rudolph lend their voices to Disney's first animated adaptation of a Marvel comic, in theaters November 6th. [...]
Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 18 - 24, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SUNDAY Chris Martin and company perform new songs and fan favorites in the special "Coldplay:...
Song. Dance. Sketch. These are three things that Maya Rudolph is planning to bring back to prime time — along
If you recently sent a headshot in to the NBC talent department, you might want to look away now. (Yes, we're talking to you, Nick Denes.) With Maya Rudolph's new variety show airing this Monday on NBC, Jimmy Fallon wanted to help her...Show More Summary
The actress, singer and comedian promises explosions, live animals and a ripped dress in her hour-long pilot
Maya Rudolph may have left SNL, but the charming comedienne hasn't ditched the network that gave her the big break! We're only a few days away from the premiere of her wacky new variety program, The Maya Rudolph Show, and we absolutely can't wait!!! Ch-ch-check out the teaser (above)! There's singing! There's dancing! There's hilarity! All this show [...]
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In a matter of hours, the first—and possibly only—episode of The Maya Rudolph Show will begin filming in front of a live audience on Stage 44 of the Universal Studios lot, and despite the fact that she has some serious doubts about what will transpire once rehearsals are over (at... More »
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The SNL alum brings the variety show back from the dead. read more