Ben Affleck and Lindsay Shookus step out together in New York City on Tuesday afternoon (August 22). The 45-year-old actor and 37-year-old Saturday Night Live producer enjoyed a dinner date together over the weekend in Greenwich Village. The restaurant they hit up, Mas (farmhouse), recently reopened after closing for about a year after an electrical [...]
Come hang out while we talk the 2017 season. The 2017 college football season is nearly upon us. The first five FBS games are on Saturday, starting with Oregon State-Colorado State at 2:30 p.m. ET and continuing deep into the night with...Show More Summary
In a fight that more than lived up to its billing, Samuel Vargas and Ali Funeka went to war for ten rounds at the Brampton Powerade Centre on Saturday night. Ultimately, it was Vargas who came out on top with a majority decision, but Funeka showed he had plenty left to give at 39 years […] The post Samuel Vargas vs. Ali Funeka – Results appeared first on Boxing News 24.
With less than a week to go before the most talked-about boxing match in years takes center stage in Nevada, longtime promotion CES Boxing is set to deliver its own memorable night of boxing with some familiar faces and a few newcomers...Show More Summary
HEY! In honor of the very special #SolarEclipse2017, we thought this would be an appropriate time to remind you of one of the greatest Saturday Night Live skits EVER — Will Ferrell's Harry Caray: Space, the Infinite Frontier! Enjoy (below)! He CLEARLY looked straight into the sun a little too long! But we gotta know… would U eat [...]
The comic and her "Saturday Night Live" co-stars got a kick out of President Trump's frequent poor reviews of their show.
Ms. Jones, a “Saturday Night Live” cast member, talks about receiving her first Emmy nomination in a politically charged season despite her aversion to politics.
I used to think anyone who lived in in their vehicle was facing a crisis. In some ways, I even thought of them as failures. A famous ‘Saturday Night Live’ sketch, featuring Chris Farley as a sad-sack motivational speaker who lived in “a van down by the river,” solidified the notion that living in a vehicle should be your last resort. Show More Summary
A day of firsts.
If one were to put together a list of the funniest and most influential Saturday Night Live cast members in history, there's no denying that Tina Fey would not only make the cut, but that she would be close to the top of the list. Since...Show More Summary
With NBC’s late-night fixture Saturday Night Live since its very first season in 1975, suffice it to say that production designer Eugene Lee has seen it all, going round and round that lofty Emmys carousel. Splitting his time between SNL...Show More Summary
We have round-by-round coverage of ESPN’S Terence Crawford vs. Julius Indongo fight card on Saturday. Oleksandr Gvozdyk vs. Craig Baker Round 4: Baker’s defense isn’t letting anything other than the flicking jabs through, and he’s connecting with some straight shots of his own. Show More Summary
On December 16, 1977, Elvis Costello was on "Saturday Night Live, and he was supposed to play "Less Than Zero." He gets started, then starts waving his hands and saying "Stop! Stop!"...and "I'm sorry, ladies and gentlemen, there's no...Show More Summary
The debut of “Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update’s” summer run…
Steve Bannon was supposed to be the brains behind the Trump presidency—the “populist” ideologue who personified the the White House's xenophobic, race-baiting, protectionist tendencies. Saturday Night Live literally depicted him as the...Show More Summary
Actress Tina Fey joined Saturday Night Live to rip into President Donald Trump for his reaction to the violence during a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville; she also started the 'sheet-caking movement' to deal with alt-right rallies in America.
Nothing about what happened last weekend in Charlottesville is funny, but leave it to “Saturday Night Live” to try anyway. On a special Weekend Update edition of the show early Friday morning, Tina Fey ranted and raved about the president and the white nationalists who support him. Oh, and she also consumed a massive sheet […]
As NFL preseason preemptions were scattered across some local markets on most of the Big 4 last night, the second week of Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update (1.5/6) put some heavy hitting veterans on the desk as Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers...Show More Summary
Usually when someone indulges in a delicious slice of cake, it's for celebratory occasions like birthdays and weddings. However, Tina Fey thinks the dessert is also the perfect remedy for stressful conversations with loved ones (and not-loved ones) about racism. Show More Summary
Continuing a run of alums dropping by Saturday Night Live’s summer edition of Weekend Update, Bill Hader’s spectacular turn last week as Anthony Scaramucci was followed by a series of former Update hosts reclaiming the desk last night. Show More Summary