Just over a year after a fatal car accident that left him in a coma, Tracy Morgan will host ‘SNL.’ His brain doctor discusses his miraculous recovery and the challenges he’ll face.
It was great to hear that Tracy Morgan, who has been recovering from a serious automobile accident in June of 2014, will host the first "Saturday Night Live" episode of the 2015-2016 season. It will be a homecoming for the comic actor, who appeared on "Saturday Night Live" from 1996-2003. Other hosts for the upcoming fall episodes include Amy Schumer and Miley Cyrus.
Tracy Morgan is staging his comeback on familiar turf: SNL Morgan will host the Oct. 17 episode of the show. It will mark his first public performance since being involved in a June 2014 crash that claimed the life of comic James “Jimmy...Show More Summary
Tracy Morgan is returning to Saturday Night Live, as the comedian will host SNL in October.
Tracy Morgan is back!!!!! He'll be hosting one of the first shows next season on "Saturday Night Live." NBC announced the first three guest hosts are Miley Cyrus, Amy Schumer, and Tracy. Tracy responded on Twitter, "Stoked to be going home...…
Miley Cyrus, Amy Schumer and Tracy Morgan will host the first three episodes of 'Saturday Night Live' Season 41, debuting October 3rd.
Tracy Morgan is set to make his triumphant return to "Saturday Night Live," set as a host when Season 41 is back.
The comedian Tracy Morgan, who has not performed since nearly losing his life in a June 2014 crash between his limo and a Walmart truck on the New Jersey Turnpike, will be hosting the Oct. 17 episode of Saturday Night Live. "Stoked to be going home," Morgan wrote on Twitter. This will be his second return to the show since he left the cast after seven seasons.
Miley Cyrus will host Saturday Night Live’s season premiere, which makes a lot of sense. Cyrus is already hosting the VMAs later this month, and her cover of Paul Simon’s “50 Ways To Leave Your Lover” was one of the highlights of SNL’s 40th anniversary special. Does this mean we can expect cameos from Wayne […]
Tracy Morgan is making a return to his former stomping grounds, "Saturday Night Live." The actor and comedian will host the October 17 episode, NBC announced via press release on Monday. The comic also took to Twitter to express his happiness. Show More Summary
In this summer of Schumer, the only thing that can eclipse the announcement by Saturday Night Live today that Amy Schumer will make her hosting debut on Oct. 10, 2015 (episode two of season 41) is the news that Tracy Morgan will make his comedy comeback the following week! That's right. We'll see just how […]
The first few episodes of the new season of "Saturday Night Live" feature a rock star lineup, including the return of one iconic former cast member.
Good news: After a long, difficult recovery from the 2014 car crash that left him in a coma, Tracy Morgan will return to comedy on Oct. 17, when he is scheduled to host Saturday Night Live. Morgan, who was a cast member for several seasons...Show More Summary
Tracy Morgan will make his TV return on October 17th, hosting an episode of the new season of SNL. …Read More
Tracy Morgan will host Saturday Night Live on October 17, when the show returns for its 41st season, NBC announced via Twitter. Morgan was an SNL cast member from 1996 to 2003, and most famously portrayed Brian Fellow, a safari showShow More Summary
Miley Cyrus will host SNL for the show’s 41st season premiere on October 3rd. It will be her turn hosting the show. Amy Schumer will make her hosting debut on October 10th, and Tracy Morgan will take his second run at hosting on October 17th. For more, follow the jump. ‘SNL’ OPENS 41ST SEASON WITH … Continue reading Cyrus, Schumer & Morgan Open 41st Season of SNL! ?
Tracy Morgan's journey to recovery will reach a major milestone on Oct. 17, when the comedian is scheduled to host "Saturday Night Live."
More than a year after surviving a horrific crash with a Wal-Mart big rig that took the life of one of his closest friends, Tracy Morgan’s life is finally returning to something in the realm of normalcy. Morgan will mark his return to acting this fall by hosting “Saturday Night Live,” the show where he […]
While hosting SNL back in April 2015, Michael Keaton appeared in this sketch which starts out like Blues Clues or Pee-Wee’s Playhouse, but gets really dark, really fast. Go figure that one of the season’s funniest sketches got cut for time.