Bill Hader departed "Saturday Night Live" on this past weekend's season finale and Seth Meyers is also on his way out, as he will transition...
Saturday Night Live 's big gay season finale aired this weekend, and while there was plenty of play for the boys with Stefon marrying Anderson Cooper (or did he marry Seth Meyers?), an ex-gay camp sketch, and with a commercial for Xanax for Gay Summer Weddings, there was just five seconds of screentime devoted to gay ladies. read more
On Saturday’s Weekend Update segment of Saturday Night Live, Seth Meyers and former anchor Amy Poehler touched on the IRS scandal but spared the government agency any scathing critiques. Instead, the duo used softball critiques of the...Show More Summary
On last night's season finale of "SNL," Seth Meyers was joined by his former "Weekend Update" co-host Amy Poehler to ask the question on all...
On SNL, Stefon almost marries Anderson Cooper in front of God, smurfs, human traffic cones, Alf, and an insanely jealous Seth Meyers. Read more...
In the season finale, “SNL” gave a fitting tribute to the character, as Stefon—played by outgoing cast member Bill Hader—gave us all one more “New York City’s hottest nightclub” to add to his list before abruptly leaving Seth Meyers to go marry... Anderson Cooper.
Not only did last night's episode of Saturday Night Live mark the end of the season for the long-running sketch comedy series, but it also marked the end of Bill Hader's eight-year-run as a regular on the show. So it wasn't entirelyShow More Summary
Amy Poehler keeps it classy chic while attending Finding Excellence In Media at Paley Center For Media on Thursday (May 16) in New York City. The 41-year-old actress was seen posing with Horace Newcomb, Charlayne Hunter-Gault, Pat Mitchell, and David Simon. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Amy Poehler Earlier in the week, Amy [...]
Last night’s “Saturday Night Live” featured a farewell appearance for “Stefon,” played by Bill Hader, who is leaving the show after this season. Stefon, it seems, was leaving “Weekend Update” anchor Seth Meyers for someone new… a prominent...Show More Summary
Saturday Night Live went there last night. Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler mocked the Obama administration’s latest scandal last night– The best line was this: “And, really Obama you found out about this scandal from TV? You found out from … Continue reading ?
It was an emotional season finale with several regular cast members making their exit — or close to it if the rumors are true. Seth Meyers is slated to take over hosting duties for NBC’s Late Night, but will remain on board at least through the fall. Show More Summary
SNL‘s season finale also marked the final show for cast standout Bill Hader, who reprised his beloved character Stefon on Weekend Update. But with Seth Meyers also departing this year for Tonight Show hosting duties, the segment morphed into a filmed Graduate-style gay marriage bit with a few special guests:
Bill Hader marked his final episode of Saturday Night Live on Saturday (May 18) with a farewell to his beloved character Stefon. The 34-year-old comedian’s character was created during a sketch years ago for an episode with Ben Affleck, who happened to host this weekend’s episode! In the sketch, Stefon gave his usual updates on [...]
For Seth Meyers' final night anchoring the "Weekend Update" desk for SNL, his former castmate and co-anchor Amy Poehler returned to deliver their faux-incredulous "Really?!" newsreading segment.
Bill Hader announced earlier this week he'll be leaving "Saturday Night Live" at the end of this season. During his farewell episode, one of his characters Stefon ran off to wed Anderson Cooper. As a result, a fight ensued between the 360 host and Seth Meyers. It was epic. Please follow The Wire on Twitter and Facebook. Join the conversation about this story »
Welp, it's come to this. With both Seth Meyers and Bill Hader leaving Saturday Night Live, we finally had to say goodbye to both Meyers' "Weekend Update" anchoring as well as Hader's popular "Stefon" character. And boy did SNL send them both off with a bang.
Saturday Night Live (NBC, Saturday 11:30 p.m.) — SEASON FINALE. Seth Meyers, Bill Hader, Fred Armisen, and (probably) Jason Sudeikis will all say goodbye to the series, and with those cats gone, they may as well get rid of Kenan Thompson, too, and clean the seniors out. Show More Summary
It’s been a downer week for SNL fans. Earlier it was announced that head writer and “Weekend Update” anchor Seth Meyers and actor Bill Hader were leaving the show....
Zombieland dies a second death as Amazon decides to pass on the series. Also after the jump: SNL loses Bill Hader, retains Seth Meyers Downton Abbey gets parodied by Diddy and The Simpsons; sets a U.S. premiere date HIMYM‘s entire ninth season will take place over one weekend Is NBC’s Hannibal headed to cable television? [...]
What started on Netflix and Hulu as an offering of television shows (and movies) streaming online has grown into original shows produced exclusively for those services. Even household names like Kevin Spacey and Seth Meyers have their own shows, providing credibility. Here are eight of the top shows to stream online or to your television.