The new NBC prime-time variety show “Maya & Marty,” which debuts next week, announced the guest lineup for the premiere episode. The show, which stars Maya Rudolph and Martin Short, will feature guests Miley Cyrus, Larry David, Jimmy Fallon and...
Maya & Marty, Maya Rudolph and Martin Short's new variety show, premieres on Tuesday, May 31. What do we know about Maya & Marty, other than the fact that it's a variety show with Maya Rudolph and Martin Short? Well, mostly that Tom Hanks, Larry David, Jimmy Fallon, and Miley ... More »
NBC has landed a fearsome foursome of guest stars for the first episode of its variety series starring Maya Rudolph and Martin Short. Tom Hanks, Larry David, Jimmy Fallon and Miley Cyrus will hit the stage as Maya & Marty bows at 10Show More Summary
“No freakin’ way. I’m not going anywhere. I can stay here as along as I want,” declared comedian Larry David during his last appearance as Bernie Sanders on “Saturday Night Live.” Or was it? On Tuesday, Sanders (that would be the real one) told the Associated Press that he planned to keep fighting the good fight […]
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says comedian Larry David shouldn’t worry about his role on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.” The Vermont senator joked in an interview with The Associated Press that he wants David to continue his job impersonating him on the late night show, which had its season finale last […]
Hillary Clinton (Kate McKinnon) and Bernie Sanders (Larry David) reminisce about their time running against each other in the Democratic primary. From Saturday Night Live
Arkansas-based Southern rock ensemble features Carrie Brownstein, Maya Rudolph, Andy Samberg, Larry David, and more.
Saturday Night Live alum Fred Armisen hosted a packed season finale that took on Bernie vs. Hillary one last time and featured a cavalcade of familiar faces, including Andy Samberg, Larry David, Jason Sudeikis, Maya Rudolph and and Armisen's Portlandia co-star Carrie Brownstein. Here are the... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Saturday Night Live
The Fred Armisen-hosted 'SNL' finale also featured Larry David, a new Lonely Island digital short, Maya Rudolph...plus watch a web-exclusive with Paul Simon Continue reading…
Technically Incorrect: Playing the two Democratic contenders, Kate McKinnon and Larry David show that technology will be at the forefront of the coming election.
Kate McKinnon and Larry David should get their own show. Or at least a cameo on Dancing With The Stars.
In the midst of an ugly primary, SNL gave us on the May 21st finale a beautiful vision we are unlikely to see IRL: Hillary and Bernie setting aside their differences to share a drink and a dance. Bernie was sitting far behind Hillary,...Show More Summary
Larry David returned to the Saturday Night Live stage last night to once again put his great Bernie Sanders impersonation on display, where he was joined by Kate McKinnon's Hillary Clinton for one last tipsy showdown at a bar in light of the recent primary developments. But when the politicians' ... More »
The final Saturday Night Live episode of season 41 kicked off with one of its best political cold opens of the season, a bickering final look at Hillary Clinton (Kate McKinnon) and Bernie Sanders' (Larry David) relationship. While SNL...Show More Summary
Don't leave us, Larry.
Kate McKinnon’s Hillary Clinton runs into Larry David’s Bernie Sanders in a bar in SNL’s cold open and let each other in on their deepest secrets. Says Sanders: “You know how I constantly rail against the upper class? Sometime… Read The post Hillary and Bernie Hammer Out Their Differences Over a Beer in SNL Cold Open: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Larry David reprised his now less than magnanimous Bernie Sanders to Kate McKinnon’s gloating Hillary Clinton last night for the cold open of Saturday Night Live‘s season finale. Like their real-life counterparts, the SNL imitationsShow More Summary
(Note: Recommended sketches are embedded. To watch the others, click on the hyperlinks in the sketch title) Cold Open -- Larry David makes one last appearance this season in a spot-on cold open, which sees Bernie Sanders refuse to leave...
The old foes commiserate on the campaign, drink a few beers, and have a waltz together. Source: Slate One of the few pleasures of the 2016 election season has been Larry David’s impersonation of Bernie Sanders on Saturday Night Live....Show More Summary
While the most recent “Saturday Night Live” clip featuring Larry David as Bernie Sanders and Kate McKinnon as Hillary Clinton is full of nuggets of truth, it also shows some bias towards the former Secretary of State, much like the head of the Democratic National Committee does.