Louis C.K. may have faced some mild backlash for his stand-up routine about being "mildly racist" on last week's season finale of Saturday Night Live. But one person he managed to impress with his commentary on race in America was Glenn Beck.
If not for his five years in the "Saturday Night Live" band, Paul Shaffer might not have been on David Letterman's radar.The wry music director for both of the host's late-night shows -- first on NBC, then on CBS -- also participated...Show More Summary
If this whole acting thing fails for Jamie Foxx, the former Oscar nominee could definitely find a home on Saturday Night Live. Foxx stopped by The Tonight Show on Tuesday and played Wheel of Musical Impressions with the host, givingShow More Summary
According to Deadline, Saturday Night Live alum Tim Meadows is joining Lonely Island’s upcoming movie about boy band reunions, formerly known as The Lonely Island Presents: Top Secret Untitled Lonely Island Movie but now officially titled Conner4real. Show More Summary
Of course, tonight is David Letterman's final night as host of the Late Show, but it's also Paul Shaffer's last night as his bandleader. To celebrate Shaffer's 33 years in late night (40 if you include Saturday Night Live), Vulture asked another late-night bandleader, Fred Armisen, to pay tribute. Dan... More »
For the new (and oddly excellent) fleet of KFC ads, former Saturday Night Live performer and current announcer Darrell Hammond put on a wig and fake mustache and became the classic pitchman Colonel Harlen Sanders.Click To Continue Reading
Darrell Hammond, an alum of "Saturday Night Live," has been hired to portray Colonel Sanders, the white-haired white-suited founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken, in TV commercials that debut Monday. KFC said it was resurrecting the Colonel, who died in 1980, to help celebrate its 75th anniversary. Show More Summary
Fried chicken chain KFC has brought back its iconic pitchman Colonel Sanders, but this time around the colonel is played by “Saturday Night Live” personality Darrell Hammond. The company launched its new campaign with a short clip posted online. Here...
Post by Jenny Erikson. Saturday Night Live alum Maya Rudolph gave the commencement speech to the graduating class of 2015 at Tulane University over the weekend, and the funny lady took on one of her signature characters to give the crowd a treat. Show More Summary
KFC is bringing back its iconic chicken salesman Colonel Sanders -- but this time, he's "Saturday Night Live" alum Darrell Hammond.
EXCLUSIVE: Andy Samberg will have another fellow Saturday Night Live alum along for the ride in the upcoming Lonely Island movie. Tim Meadows has joined the cast of Conner4real, about a rapper (Samberg) whose album bombs and leaves him with little career choice other than to re-form his old boy band. Show More Summary
First the Hamburglar, now this: KFC is bringing back Colonel Sanders. The fast food retailer premiered three new commercials on Tuesday, starring comedian and Saturday Night Live alum Darrell Hammond as Colonel Harland Sanders, the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken. Show More Summary
Kenan Thompson has grown into something of an institution over the last few years. Not only is he the longest tenured cast member on Saturday Night Live, he’s also a familiar face to millennials the world over thanks to virtually growing up on Nickelodeon. He recently sat down with Marc Maron on the WTF Podcast,…
“Saturday Night Live” alumna Maya Rudolph, delivering a commencement speech over the weekend for Tulane University, capped it off with a stunning rendition of the National Anthem. Here’s a clip:
[Content Note: Sexual violence; rape jokes; misogyny; Game of Thrones spoilers.]This past weekend, there were two major incidents of rape in entertainment: Louis CK hosted the season finale of Saturday Night Live, and spent a large portion...Show More Summary
“Saturday Night Live” celebrated its 40th season finale last night with Rihanna as their special musical guest. During her fifth appearance on the show, Rihanna performed her latest single “Btch Better Have My Money” while pretending to drive a car with a woman tied up with tape over her mouth sitting in the backseat held hostage. Show More Summary
Louis C.K. hosted "Saturday Night Live" for the third time on Saturday night, but, as he joked, it may be his last visit.
Towards the end of his nearly 10-minute long monologue on this past weekend's season finale of Saturday Night Live, comedian Louis C.K. delivered an extended bit about child molesters. And now, Catholic League President Bill Donahue is upset about it.
Louis CK has a reputation for edgy stand-up comedy. Most of his fans are used to his blend of observational humor and shock comedy. But when Louis CK brings his jokes to an audience as mainstream as Saturday Night Live, things don’t go as well. Show More Summary
The 40th season of Saturday Night Live was like most other seasons of the show. It had its high points. It also had plenty of misses. But was one of those misses so bad that it’s still nagging you? Well, here’s good news. As the season ended, SNL decided to let viewers recreate skits using the Dubsmash app. Show More Summary