Keep your expectations low and you could do far worse, comedy-wise, than “Killing Gunther,” an amusing if dispensable mockumentary from former “Saturday Night Live” funnyman Taran Killam, who wrote, directed and stars. Killam plays elite contract killer — and snappy dresser — Blake, who hires a...
Another week, another cut-for-time Saturday Night Live sketch that was better than a large amount of what actually made it onto the show. Last week's Kumail Nanjiani-hosted episode was a big improvement over the Gal Godot one— Nanjiani's...Show More Summary
Kate McKinnon, the comedian who’s the latest and arguably most hilarious “Saturday Night Live” castmember to play Hillary Clinton, is a big fan of the woman she famously portrayed during the 2012 election season. In an interview with Vanity Fair (she’s on the mag’s November cover), she described trying to get inside her characters’ heads: “In […]
Kate McKinnon reprised some of her best-known political impressions for a gone-viral Saturday Night Live sketch that’s blowing up just in time for Halloween. The post SNL’s Kellyanne Conway ‘It’ Skit Terrifies Social appeared first on The Good Men Project.
One of the former regulars on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” revisited the night when then-candidate Donald Trump guest-hosted the show almost two years ago, telling NPR that the incident “only grows more embarrassing and shameful as time goes on.” Taran...
NBC and Lorne Michaels took no small amount of heat when then-candidate Donald Trump hosted Saturday Night Live in 2015. Now a former longtime SNL regular is speaking out about that night and how he continues to feel about it. TaranShow More Summary
A lot can change in between seasons for Saturday Night Live — from swapping cast members to pandering to different audiences! And now that he's had some distance from the show, former star Taran Killam thinks SNL could make a really funny sketch about how hypocritical it is! Video: Harvey Weinstein Deservedly Gets Torn Apart On SNL In [...]
A new prime-time series from “Saturday Night Live” mastermind Lorne Michaels’ Broadway Video just got a green light from Comedy Central. The series is “The Other Two,” a half-hour scripted show created, written and executive produced by Chris Kelly and...
Someone finally addressed the big orange elephant in studio 8H. Taran Killam did an interview with NPR about his time at Saturday Night Live (SNL), his upcoming projects and of course, Donald Trump. In 2015, Trump was asked to hostShow More Summary
The former co-head writers of Saturday Night Live didn’t have to wait long to launch their next project, as Comedy Central has ordered The Other Two from Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider to series. The network simultaneously announced the order of South Side, from brothers Bashir and Sultan Salahuddin, to series. Here are descriptions of the […]
Comedy Central has given series orders to The Other Two, from former Saturday Night Live co-head writers Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider and the company behind the venerable NBC sketch program, Lorne Michaels’ Broadway Video; and toShow More Summary
When Donald Trump hosted Saturday Night Live in November 2015, Taran Killam said he could hear protestors outside during the table read. In retrospect, he told NPR, having the president host was pretty embarrassing. “It was rough. It was not enjoyable at the time, and something that only grows more ... More »
I have to agree with this article from The Conversation which argues that people with a good sense of humour are more intelligent than their gloomy, po-faced peers. Donald Trump, for example, doesn't find Saturday Night Live funny which...Show More Summary
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"Saturday Night Live" featured a favorite target, President Donald Trump's top counselor Kellyanne Conway, mocking her desire for media attention. The skit is a play on the new horror movie, "It," depicting Conway as the movie's sewer-dwelling villain, luring CNN host Anderson Cooper into the gutter. "Hello, Coopy. Show More Summary
Sensible shoes and cocktail attire, living life to the fullest in the home of the dead, the flicker of thousands of tea lights across acres of mid-October gloom. Over the two nights—Friday, October 13, and Saturday, October 14—of Atlas...Show More Summary
This weekend, several high-profile people made jokes about Harvey Weinstein to large audiences. Here’s why two of them failed and one didn’t. Saturday Night Live‘s best response to the Harvey Weinstein story may have come during theShow More Summary
Kate McKinnon gave fans Pennywise the Dancing Clown, by way of DC's Harley Quinn, in an instant classic "Saturday Night Live" sketch. Kumail Nanjiani hosted on October 14, and he did a great job, but it was McKinnon who stole the show...Show More Summary
Here:That's Leslie Jones as Viola Davis, Cecily Strong as Marion Cotillard, and Kate McKinnon as the fictional character Debette Goldry.It's too late and I'd also say: too little.They lined up some chairs, plunked female cast members...Show More Summary
\\ Alec Baldwin has Donald Trump down to a 'tee', if you ask me, and in this Saturday Night Live sketch he confirms what everyone knows already - that the President's IQ is truly 'Inqwedible'. But I'll bet Trump doesn't find that funny and I'm sure if he could, he'd force Saturday Night Live and Baldwin off the air. Show More Summary