It’s double Trump trouble in a London underground parking garage when the president’s sons meet up with Kate McKinnon’s Julian Assange for an episode of “The Mueller Files” on the cold open of “Saturday Night Live.”
NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” rolled out material on sexual harassment Saturday, including dealing with allegations against one of its own in Al Franken, who was a writer and performer on the show in its early days before he entered politics....
As far as political journalists go, Glenn Thrush is well known to the point that Bobby Moynihan has played him a number of times in Saturday Night Live skits. The New York Times White House correspondent is also the latest man to be hit with allegations of sexual misconduct, by...
The Saturday Night Live writers room didn’t shy away from the sexual harassment allegations against one of their own, using Weekend Update to address the claims against Minnesota senator and SNL alumnus Al Franken. Franken—who on Saturday...Show More Summary
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A highlight of this week’s Saturday Night Live was a hilarious “Weekend Update” visit from Pete Davidson, in which he looked at his home borough of Staten Island and the bizarre, inexplicable animosity with which the locals view his career. Show More Summary
Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) will not be resigning in the wake of a scandal that saw a Los Angeles radio host provide photographic evidence that the former “Saturday Night Live” star had inappropriately groped her. A spokesperson for Franken replied … More » The post Franken Spokesperson Confirms Senator Won’t Resign Amid Scandal appeared first on EveryJoe.
Last night, Saturday Night Live gave us a pitch-perfect parody of '90s R&B ballads, "Come Back, Barack," that also painted a way-too-real picture of our Trump-induced despair.
PBS is editing out Senator Al Franken’s appearance from tomorrow’s taped broadcast of the Kennedy Center’s Mark Twain Prize ceremony honoring David Letterman. The decision comes after the former Saturday Night Live writer and performer...Show More Summary
Musquin crowned King of Paris.
Chance the Rapper was on fire when he hosted Saturday Night Live this week. The Chicago native delivered several hilarious sketches, including his "Come Back, Barack" music video we're still playing on repeat, but we felt particularly blessed when Chance stripped down to his underwear in a hilarious skit about career day. Show More Summary
Chance the Rapper flexed his comedic chops while hosting Saturday Night Live this week. In addition to his hilarious opening monologue, the 24-year-old rapper participated in a '90s-inspired skit in ode to missing former president Barack Obama. Show More Summary
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Last night’s telecast of Saturday Night Live, hosted by Chance The Rapper and featuring musical guest Eminem, drew a 4.3 household Live+Same Day rating in the metered markets and a 2.0 in adults 18-49 in the markets with local people...Show More Summary
So much talent on Saturday Night Live last night!!! With Chance The Rapper hosting and Eminem showing out as the musical guest, yesterday evening was the perfect time to sit back and relax in front of the TV and enjoy the show live from New York!!! Related: Keep Up With Every Single Week Of SNL And More [...]
It's official: Eminem is back! Well, it's not like he was ever officially gone -- though it's been four years since he released his last album, he's recorded a few songs here and there. But right now he's preparing for the release of his latest album, Revival. Show More Summary
Brady Skjei was watching Saturday Night Live late Saturday when suddenly an actor wearing his jersey appeared during a hockey skit.
Chance the Rapper was the host of Saturday Night Live. While there, he joined cast members Chris Redd and Kenan Thompson to sing a Boyz II Men style R&B ballad entitled "Come Back Barack," dedicated to former president Barack Obama. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
It seems that Saturday Night Live has learned its lesson after foregoing a chance to respond to the bevy of sexual assault allegations lodged against Harvey Weinstein a few weeks back. And just in time, seeing as the latest celebrity to be condemned for inappropriate behavior is one of the show's... Read More >