Jimmy Fallon returns to his old stomping grounds this weekend with his second time hosting "Saturday Night Live." He'll be joined by his frequent collaborator Justin Timberlake as musical guest, but you'll have to wait until the show...Show More Summary
You know where we don't want to be for Christmas? At Guy Fieri's house. "Saturday Night Live" painted a frightening picture of what such festivities might entail. Even scarier than the food -- which includes a 20-layer bean dip and Teddy Graham stocking stuffer (yes, that's one dish) -- are the guests. Show More Summary
"Saturday Night Live" kicked off its John Goodman-helmed episode with President Obama (Jay Pharoah) lamenting the "series of unfortunate events" that happened at the memorial for Nelson Mandela. First of all, there was that selfie with...Show More Summary
No one said that my recent interview with David Koechner, former "Saturday Night Live" cast member and Champ Kind in the "Anchorman" movies, was going to involve alcohol. Not that I should have been too surprised: The designated meet-up...Show More Summary
'Saturday Night Live' will be adding a black female cast member, the New York Times reported on Thursday. The news comes after weeks of criticism of the sketch comedy's lack of a black female comic. SNL regular Kenan Thompson took heat...Show More Summary
In this remarkably funny set of promos for this week's edition of "Saturday Night Live," third time host Paul Rudd and cast member Vanessa Bayer tease the episode with Rudd freaking out over musical guest One Direction and losing his cool with Bayer.
Melissa McCarthy is one of the most gifted physical comedians working today, as evidenced by her feature film work, her guest hosting stints on "Saturday Night Live," and this most recent season of "Mike & Molly." The CBS sitcom is leaning...Show More Summary
If you live in New York or anywhere with a subway and the words "it's showtime" give you an involuntary panic, you'll love this this "Saturday Night Live" sketch. Jay Pharoah, Kenan Thompson and host Josh Hutcherson are a three-man dance crew who seem to only perform during rush hour -- forcing them to adjust accordingly.
"Saturday Night Live" opened this week with a parody of CNN's George Zimmerman coverage, and asked two important questions: Who on earth would date George Zimmerman in 2013, and how does Men's Wearhouse founder George Zimmer feel about all this?
Only 21 years old, Josh Hutcherson has already racked up an impressive acting resume. The "Hunger Games" star will add "Saturday Night Live" to that list this weekend when he hosts the venerable sketch show for the first time, with musical guest HAIM. Check out the promos above to see him go head to head with Bobby Moynihan.
It may be hard to be Toronto mayor Rob Ford right now, but it turns out it's also hard playing him on TV. After this past weekend's mockery of Ford on "Saturday Night Live," actor Bobby Moynihan admitted that he hurt himself while playing...Show More Summary
President Obama has not exactly had an easy time his his reelection. On last night's "Saturday Night Live," a commercial for Paxil Second-Term Strength shows that it could be just the trick to help solve his troubles for the next three years.
"Saturday Night Live" went out on a limb this weekend and parodied known parody-of-himself hater Kanye West and Kim Kardashian in a talk show spoof, "Waking Up with Kimye." Jay Pharoah and Nasid Pedrad nailed their respective impersonations...Show More Summary
If "Saturday Night Live" is lucky, troubled Toronto mayor Rob Ford will stay in the news for a long, long time. Even after admitting to smoking crack, Ford (played here by Bobby Moynihan) has continued to find himself at the center of...Show More Summary
"12 Years A Slave" director Steve McQueen cast Taran Killam as one of the two men who kidnap the film's title character, Solomon Northup, into slavery, but the "Saturday Night Live" star wasn't the only comic up for those roles in the movie. Show More Summary
When Saturday Night Live added six new comedians to the cast this season, people were shocked that a black woman was absent from the roster. For the first time in SNL history, the show has gone more than five years without a black woman on its cast. Show More Summary
This past weekend, Kerry Washington became only the eighth Black woman to host “Saturday Night Live.” The paltry representation of black women on “SNL” is obviously shameful: In the 38-year history of the show, there have only been four black women cast members, averaging about one per decade.
In 2008, sketch comedienne Nefetari Spencer got the call of a lifetime — the chance to audition for a spot on “Saturday Night Live.” Her experience feels especially relevant now that “Saturday Night Live” is under scrutiny for the lack of African-American women on its cast. Show More Summary
Jay Pharoah dropped by SNL's "Weekend Update" and broke out his impression of Shaquille O'Neal. And like his other sports impressions, he did not disappoint. Sitting alongside Keenan Thompson impersonating Charles Barkley, watch Pharoah's hilarious Shaquille O’Neal impersonation. ALSO: 101 NBA POSTERIZATIONS
In case you missed it, "Saturday Night Live" has come under fire for not having a black woman on its cast since Maya Rudolph left in 2007.