Big Sean is in the middle of a promotional blitz supporting his new album I Decided, with a Zane Lowe interview already logged this week and a Saturday Night Live appearance coming up this weekend. And he's continuing to share songs from the album, including "Halfway Off The Balcony" today. The track finds Sean piling…
There’s a trick to satirizing Joe Biden: You need only look within. So says Jason Sudeikis, who starred on “Saturday Night Live” from 2005 to 2013. To create his impersonation, he zeroed in on one trait: “He feels like a people person.” The actor grew up around that friendly nature back in Kansas and simply had to […]
In a move that will surely set back Franco-American relations by decades, stand-up comedian Gad Elmaleh visited Conan and leaked several highly embarrassing French state secrets. Namely: There’s a French version of Saturday Night Live. Which...Show More Summary
Comedian and writer Neal Brennan, who famously worked with Dave Chappelle for “Chappelle’s Show,” recently sat down with WYNC and shared some details about Chappelle’s post-election episode of “Saturday Night Live.” As Okayplayer points...Show More Summary
We all have had our fair share of awkward online dating interactions, and Saturday Night Live star Michael Che is no exception. A woman Che was texting recently called him "arrogant" and a "D-list" on her podcast after their online dating text exchange didn't go as well as she had hoped. Show More Summary
Saturday Night Live is supposed to be funny, but when you get into the realm of politics, you’re bound to tick SOMEONE off. Especially if you continually bash the President-elect.
"Saturday Night Live" cast member Aidy Bryant said last year's "SNL" sketch about drunk girls on Halloween was inspired by a party she attended as a student at Columbia College. "It's fully based on, like, a Halloween that I experienced in college where I was, like, dressed as a leopard and I thought...
Tina Fey has crashed Felicity Jones’s Saturday Night Live opening monolog with a hologram version of Princess Leia, according to News Australia. The comedian made a surprise appearance on Saturday Night Live to recreate the late Carrie Fisher‘s iconic character from Star Wars. Show More Summary
Amy Poehler, the American comedian, actress, producer, director, writer, and voice artist, is possibly best known as a comedian on Saturday Night Live. In 2011, Poehler was named one of the most influential people in the world by Time magazine. Show More Summary
The hilarious and memorable Gilbert Gottfried, known for his time on Saturday Night Live, as the voice af Iago in Disney’s Aladdin and for his numerous film roles, brings his crude and honest humor to the Montreal Festival. SUBSCRIBE...Show More Summary
Andy Kaufman is celebrating his 68th birthday today. In honor of the event, here's a link to one of his surreal humor-bending performances from the first season of Saturday Night Live. Introduced by host Candice Bergen, Andy walks out in the gentle, addlepated guise of Foreign Man. Show More Summary
A 'visit' from Susan B. Anthony to a group of enlightened modern-day feminists concludes with the suffragist proclaiming 'Abortion is murder.'
Saturday Night Live skewers Biglaw.
Donald Trump has been fairly outspoken on social media in the weeks following his win in the Presidential Election. One of the topics he has seemed to enjoy is taking shots at Saturday Night Live, but he's not the only one.
Before IFC’s Portlandia, and before NBC’s Saturday Night Live, Fred Armisen showed up on your TV screens in unusual ways and sometimes even without credit. Armisen performed a number of short videos for HBO in the late 1990s, for instance, that ran as interstitials between movies. He’d take one of his characters there, “Sgt. Fred,” […]
It was not a good weekend for the Republican establishment. Trump couldn't help himself stepping in his own ego regarding John Lewis and Saturday Night Live. It looks like Friday's Inauguration will be dwarfed by Saturday's Women's March...Show More Summary
Whether they meant to or not, Saturday Night Live writers confirmed on this week’s show something that abortion activists would rather the public forget: The early feminists were pro-life. One of this week’s skits followed a group of women as they visit Susan B. Anthony’s house in Rochester, New York. After touring the house, the […]
Rob Schneider had a dream about spreading a message of unity. Unfortunately it turned into a nightmare once that message hit social media. "Saturday Night Live" alum Schneider was eviscerated on Twitter on Monday after he used Martin Luther King Jr. Show More Summary
In the final episode before President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony, Saturday Night Live packed as many shots as it could at Trump in a sketch lampooning the incoming president's recent press conference. Unsurprisingly,Show More Summary
Two Saturday Night Live vets shared a particularly ridiculous sketch idea that never made it to air. Nor the actual filming stages.