As one of only a few outspokenly conservative former cast members of Saturday Night Live (see: Dennis Miller, Victoria Jackson, Jon Lovitz, Rob Schneider), Joe Piscopo has enjoyed a robust second career in Republican circles, at least since he swore off the Democratic Party in 2014. Show More Summary
A little under a month ago, a controversial tweet about Donald Trump’s 10-year old son Barron got “Saturday Night Live” writer (and former Chicagoan) Katie Rich suspended from the show indefinitely. Well, anyone who thought Rich’s tweet was in poor taste should be glad they missed comedian Kathy...
This week was a bye week for Saturday Night Live, which, instead of airing new material from an array of current events options -- Donald Trump's, erm, unique 72-minute press conference last week, mouthpiece Stephen Miller's hair-raising interviews and background details, or the capitalization of... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Saturday Night Live
Donald Trump really does not like Alec Baldwin right now. On Saturday Night Live, the actor has depicted the U.S. president as petulant, inept, feckless and a Manchurian candidate doing Putin’s bidding, among other scathing portrayals, and it’s really gotten under his skin. Trump has taken to...
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In a moment of life immitating art, Hillary Clinton met up with the Saturday Night Live star who portrays her, Kate McKinnon! The duo were spotted dining at Orso restaurant along with SNL writer Sarah Schneider on Wednesday evening (February 15) in New York City. According to Page Six, the two women “seemed very nice [...]
These days, it’s not clear if “Saturday Night Live” is art imitating life, or life imitating art. Whatever, one thing’s for sure: The show is getting way too good at political impressions. For proof, watch past and present American politicians...Show More Summary
Between "Saturday Night Live” tapings, Melissa McCarthy has been shooting the upcoming “Can You Ever Forgive Me” on the Upper West Side.
Don't expect the media to fact check any sketches painting President Trump in a bad light. Reporters are too busy cheering them on. Remember when Saturday Night Live mocked President Barack Obama? Yes, it did happen. Only the sketches aimed at the first black president were so rare they became a special event, like a holiday of sorts.
Two Hillary Clintons walk into a bar and simultaneously declare, "I'm with her." The real Hillary Clinton and Kate McKinnon, Saturday Night Live's resident HRC impersonator, caught up over dinner this week and for the first time, we're...Show More Summary
CNN’s Jake Tapper is many things these days. According to Vogue he’s an “emerging journalistic hero.” Watch “Saturday Night Live” and the veteran newsman becomes Kellyanne Conway’s greatest foil. Head to Barnes & Noble next summer and you’ll find Tapper in the fiction aisle. Wait, what? “I started thinking about the book and developing the plot years ago,” Tapper told us via […]
Saturday Night Live has spent a lot of time on political impressions during Season 42, and that has led to some interesting casting decisions related to impersonations of people in Donald's Trump's cabinet.
As Donald Trump continues to whine about Alec Baldwin's impression of him on Saturday Night Live — Hillary Clinton is totally embracing her comedy-double, Kate McKinnon! The first female candidate of a major party was spotted this week by Page Six dining at NYC's Orso before heading to watch Glenn Close perform in the Broadway play [...]
For one glorious moment there, it seemed like “Saturday Night Live” might make all our dreams come true and cast some of our favorite leading ladies to play members of President Donald Trump’s cabinet. Maybe we were getting greedy after...Show More Summary
Saturday Night Live’s Kate McKinnon has largely moved on from her Hillary Clinton impression, given that she’s been tasked with taking on Trump minions ranging from Kellyanne Conway to Jeff Sessions to Betsy DeVos. But, according to Page Six, McKinnon and Clinton are kindling an off-screen bond. Show More Summary
Now this is a dinner date we would've loved to crash. Hillary Clinton was spotted out to dinner Wednesday with "Saturday Night Live" star Kate McKinnon, who famously impersonated Clinton each week throughout her 2016 presidential run. Show More Summary
Anyone hoping to see Rosie O'Donnell play Steve Bannon on "Saturday Night Live" better write to their congressman... Lorne Michaels. We got Rosie leaving Nobu in West Hollywood Thursday night and she told us her uncanny photoshop of Bannon…
Wonder what these two have to catch up on.
On Wednesday, reportedly just before catching a Broadway show-slash-lovefest at the Palace Theatre, Hillary Clinton went out to dinner. Accompanying her was “Saturday Night Live” star and professional Clinton impersonator Kate McKinnon. Page...Show More Summary