By 1999, Tina Fey had scored a job writing for "Saturday Night Live." Amy Poehler was performing regularly in New York City with her sketch comedy group, the Upright Citizens Brigade. The two friends were pursuing what were, even atShow More Summary
"Saturday Night Live" cast member Cecily Strong addressed recent legislation aimed at women's rights and abortion on both the federal and state levels during her remarks at the 2015 White House Correspondents' Dinner. As she startedShow More Summary
Jason Sudeikis, of course, got his start as a writer and cast member on "Saturday Night Live" from 2003 to 2013. Since leaving the show, the comedic actor has expanded his resume to include a range of studio films, slowly trading in his supporting roles for a leading-man status. Show More Summary
The new documentary "Live From New York!" chronicles the undying cultural relevance of "Saturday Night Live," a sketch comedy show that simply wouldn't be the same without its DNA of political satire. The film's director Bao Nguyen and...Show More Summary
"Saturday Night Live" regular and '90s teen favorite Kenan Thompson stopped by the University of Pittsburgh on Monday night to look back on his career and crack some jokes. But Thompson allegedly also took a few moments from his appearance...Show More Summary
"Will you play Batman with us, Michael Keaton?" The "Saturday Night Live" cast asked the iconic star that question in this week's musical monologue. Taran Killam and Bobby Moynihan idolized Keaton in his roles as Batman and Beetlejuice...Show More Summary
There was one subset of "Saturday Night Live" host that Kevin Nealon, a cast member from 1986 to 1995, found to be slightly lackluster. "I would say athletes," he revealed in a Wednesday HuffPost Live conversation to promote his AOLShow More Summary
For every 10 people... there are 20 people. On "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, Cecily Strong took to Weekend Update as "The Girl You Wish You Hadn't Started a Conversation with at a Party" to discuss the recent news that Nigerian terrorist group Boko Haram has joined forces with ISIS. You can try to get away, but she'll corner you at the party. Show More Summary
Live from China, it's Saturday night! "Saturday Night Live" producer Lorne Michaels is developing a version of "Saturday Night Live" for China in conjunction with Sohu.com Inc., an online search and video site based there, according to Bloomberg Business. Show More Summary
Will Forte was on "Saturday Night Live" for eight seasons, but it was his role on "30 Rock" that gave him the perfect opportunity to prank his cast mate Kenan Thompson -- or so he thought. Forte told Jimmy Kimmel on Tuesday night that...Show More Summary
It's not because they just found out how much the popcorn costs. Amy Schumer is hosting this year's MTV Movie Awards, and when she's not annoying Anna Kendrick in preparation, she's hanging out with "Saturday Night Live" alum Bill Hader in movie theater lobbies. Show More Summary
Eddie Murphy's first appearance on "Saturday Night Live" in 30 years was awkward and stilted, but according to Norm Macdonald, it could have been a whole lot different. Over the course of several tweets posted on Wednesday, Macdonald...Show More Summary
Jimmy Fallon has been orchestrating late night laughs since his first appearance on "Saturday Night Live" in 1998, and he's only been getting funnier since. But it was on Feb. 17, 2014, after five years at the helm of "Late Night," that he fully came into his own: as the new host of "The Tonight Show."
With the exceptionally popular 40-year anniversary/retrospective event this last weekend, Saturday Night Live fever is gripping the United States and abroad. The following seven-point guide will help you pick a stage name that seemingly...Show More Summary
After his stint as a writer and featured player on "Saturday Night Live" ended, comedian Brooks Wheelan doubled down on stand-up comedy, released his first album, "This Is Cool, Right?", and then got the hell out of New York. Uprooting...Show More Summary
Birgen Hartman, daughter of the late "Saturday Night Live" alum Phil Hartman, made a stunning appearance when she attended the "SNL 40" anniversary special on Sunday night. The 23-year-old, who has kept a relatively low profile overShow More Summary
During the opening monologue of the 40th anniversary episode of "Saturday Night Live" on Sunday, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning made a joke about the brutal hits to the head professional football players deal with during almost...Show More Summary
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) returned to "Saturday Night Live" on Sunday and poked fun at the possibility of her making a 2016 presidential bid. Palin popped up in the audience during a question-and-answer session with comedian...Show More Summary
NBC’s Joelle Garguilo reports on “Cue Card Wally,” the man who has been in about every "Saturday Night Live" sketch for the past quarter of a century – you’ve just never seen him.
Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon started the "Saturday Night Live" 40th anniversary special with a rap song about the show's dozens and dozens of catchphrases. They don't come from France, but "Coneheads" and plenty of other famous sketches are referenced. Watch below, via Vulture.