During heavy coverage of the Oklahoma tornado Monday night in prime time, CNN was #1 in the 25-54 demo with 790K viewers. Fox came in second with 632K and MSNBC was third with 337K. Anderson Cooper's 10pm broadcast was a high point for CNN, winning the demo in that hour with 916K viewers.
MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes came in third place at 8pm Friday night, behind Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor and CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 in both the 25-54 demo and total viewers.
Stefon and Anderson Cooper's wedding on Saturday Night Live this weekend was jam-packed with appearances from characters and creatures Stefon had mentioned in previous Weekend...
Saturday Night Live 's big gay season finale aired this weekend, and while there was plenty of play for the boys with Stefon marrying Anderson Cooper (or did he marry Seth Meyers?), an ex-gay camp sketch, and with a commercial for Xanax for Gay Summer Weddings, there was just five seconds of screentime devoted to gay ladies. read more
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With the announcement that this season of "Saturday Night Live" is Bill Hader's last, the troubling news only meant one thing for many: That we...
On SNL, Stefon almost marries Anderson Cooper in front of God, smurfs, human traffic cones, Alf, and an insanely jealous Seth Meyers. Read more...
In the season finale, “SNL” gave a fitting tribute to the character, as Stefon—played by outgoing cast member Bill Hader—gave us all one more “New York City’s hottest nightclub” to add to his list before abruptly leaving Seth Meyers to go marry... Anderson Cooper.
Anderson Cooper is one of the few remaining journalists in CNN's prime time line-up who actually attracts viewers on a semi-regular basis. Saturday night he appeared in a pre-filmed sketch on Saturday Night Live designed to send off perennial players Seth Myers and Bill Hader. Show More Summary
Last night's season finale of Saturday Night Live was full of several gay-themed skits. There was the one promoting New Xanax, which relieves the stress of attending spectacular gay summer weddings, and another in which Ben Affleck's "ex-gay" character tries...
What do you get when you combine a wedding, Anderson Cooper, DJ Baby Bok Choy, Amy Poehler and "Dean Cain's List of Homeboys You Don't Mess With?" You get SNL's fond farewell to Bill Hader and Stefon.
During Bill Hader’s final episode of Saturday Night Live, Stefon made his last appearance on Weekend Update. Probably one of his most famous and loved characters, Stefon told viewers where the hottest spots in New York City were before signing off. It turned out Stefon was getting married… to Anderson Cooper. However, Seth Meyers had [...]
Bill Hader brought his ‘Stefon’ character back to life for his farewell performance on Saturday Night Live. During an appearance on Weekend Update, Stefon runs off after telling Seth … READ ON
We’ll have a full SNL recap tomorrow (well, in eight hours from now), but until then, please feel free to relive Stefon’s final appearance, for now at least. It’s that thing where…Stefon almost marries Anderson Cooper in front of all his best friends, including Menorah the Explorer and Gizblow, but instead runs away with Seth Meyers. Show More Summary
Bill Hader announced earlier this week he'll be leaving "Saturday Night Live" at the end of this season. During his farewell episode, one of his characters Stefon ran off to wed Anderson Cooper. As a result, a fight ensued between the 360 host and Seth Meyers. It was epic. Please follow The Wire on Twitter and Facebook. Join the conversation about this story »
Welp, it's come to this. With both Seth Meyers and Bill Hader leaving Saturday Night Live, we finally had to say goodbye to both Meyers' "Weekend Update" anchoring as well as Hader's popular "Stefon" character. And boy did SNL send them both off with a bang.
Anderson Cooper has been all around the world, reporting from earthquakes, terror attacks, and wars, and he is now adding the virtual world to his list of coverage—landing a role on an upcoming episode of The Simpsons.
In order to say you’ve really “made it” in the world, you should really have a cameo on Fox’s “The Simpsons” on your résumé. Now is looks like CNN’s Anderson Cooper is getting his chance. “Simpsons” star Yeardley Smith (Lisa Simpson)...Show More Summary
Marking one month since the Boston Marathon bombings, CNN will air a documentary special with Anderson Cooper and Randi Kaye on Friday looking back at the iconic photographs of the immediate aftermath, the heroics of first responders...Show More Summary