Get your best red carpet look out of the closet and put it on tonight to watch the “World Music Awards” airing at 8pm on NBC.
The holiday season always tends to be memorable on “Saturday Night Live” and that has never been clearer than this week’s “SNL Christmas Special” on NBC, which presented a retrospective of the show’s best Yuletide sketches on Wednesday night.
TV’s longest-running entertainment show returns Sunday night with a salute to a show that’s much newer, but also critically acclaimed.
Kristen Wiig, Zach Galifianakis, Rachel Maddow and Daniel Radcliffe are among the celebrities lending their voices to a new season of “The Simpsons” this fall on Fox.
By Tim Kenneally Jason Sudeikis confirmed on Wednesday that he too has left “Saturday Night Live,” becoming the latest long-time cast member to try and make it outside the nurturing shadow of Lorne Michaels. [xfinity-record-button id=”7967342778484123112″ program_type=”series”] There have been a number of departures from the long-running late-night series this year, including Bill Hader, Seth […]
Kristen Wiig portrayed basketball great Michael Jordan in an interview segment on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" that was one of the oddest concepts we'd seen in a long time. Watch it and form your own opinion …
"Saturday Night Live" veteran Kristen Wiig returned to the show this weekend as guest-host - nearly a year after she said good-bye on last year's season finale episode guest-hosted by Mick Jagger. Watch all the highlights, right here …
Wiig hosts this Saturday’s episode, featuring musical guest Vampire Weekend, and maybe a special appearance by Oliva Newton John. Don’t ask, just watch the promo.
As his third season on "Saturday Night Live" nears its end, Taran Killam has a lot of highlights to reflect on. For instance, there was the "Avengers" parody he co-wrote and appeared in with Jeremy Renner or the hypnotist sketch with Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
Former "SNL" star Kristen Wiig is returning to host "Saturday Night Live" on May 11, with Vampire Weekend scheduled as the musical guest. This is the "Bridesmaids" star's first appearance since leaving the show last year after a seven-year run. The following week, Oscar winner Ben Affleck will close out "SNL's" 38th year by hosting […]