Saturday Night Live

One of the sketches where most of the Saturday Night Live cast completely broke character was in the Beavis & Butt-Head parody. Heidi Gardner played a News Nation journalist holding a town hall about A.I., with Kenan Thompson playing an MIT professor. As the pair discussed A.I., Thompson’s character was distracted by an audience member
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Sydney Sweeney couldn’t host Saturday Night Live without an appearance from Glen Powell. Luckily, there were two. The first came during Sweeney’s monologue, when she jokingly addressed rumors that she and Powell, her co-star in the rom-com Anyone But You, were romantically involved, despite her being engaged. She spoke lovingly about her fiancé and asked
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Colin Jost and Michael Che took shots at the Suits spinoff and Donald Trump during the Saturday Night Live Weekend Update segment. This week, it was announced that the Suits spinoff had received a pilot order from NBC and would be set in Los Angeles. “It will focus on Meghan Markle’s character struggle to balance
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After introducing Renée Rapp’s musical performance, Rachel McAdams stuck around 30 Rock for a skit on Saturday Night Live. McAdams played an aspiring actress cast in the shadow of two other famous actresses, because of both her name and likeness. Not only is she constantly being mistaken for The Notebook star Rachel McAdams, her name,
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Renée Rapp’s second Saturday Night Live musical performance of the night was full of surprises. Audiences finally got to see the original Regina George anoint the new guard when Rachel McAdams introduced the singer, who played Regina on Broadway and reprised the role in Paramount’s new musical film. Rapp sang “Not My Fault,” a song
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Tonight on SNL, the writer-performer trio known as Please Don’t Destroy — consisting of Ben Marshall, John Higgins and Martin Herlihy — saw their digital sketch disrupted by technical issues. “Disclaimer: Due to a hard drive malfunction, some of Emma Stone‘s footage from this week’s Please Don’t Destroy video was corrupted,” says the narrator. “But, using
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Before Billie Jean King defeated Bobby Riggs, there was another Battle of the Sexes. At least, that’s what happened in Saturday Night Live‘s revisionist history. In the vein of Netflix’s Untold series, the November 18 sketch tells the story of another tennis matchup between female player Charna Lee Diamond and male opponent Ronnie Dunster (played
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Bad Bunny made his SNL debut tonight and it’s every Latin American’s Spanglish dream come true. From his shout-out to Sabado Gigante—the Spanglish-language game show that aired for 53 years on Univision—to his hilarious collaborations with Marcello Hernandez and special appearances by fellow Latinos Fred Armisen and Pedro Pascal, as well as fellow superstars, Mick
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EXCLUSIVE: Saturday Night Live’s labor negotiations continue. After it emerged that a group of crew that work on SNL were threatening to strike over pay and benefits, Deadline understands that the Motion Picture Editors Guild, which represents around 20 of the show’s post-production editors, has met with NBCUniversal today in order to resolve the issue.
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Miss France Eva Colas’ introduction at the recent Miss Universe made her a global viral star, with viewers calling her screeching “France” shoutout anything from satanic to rooster-like. The moment was immortalized on Saturday Night Live, with host Aubrey Plaza as Miss France. She was joined by six other contestants — all shouting the names
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UPDATE: Jennifer Coolidge is impressed with Chloe Fineman’s impersonation of her on Saturday Night Live and shared her reaction on social media. “Wow! A massive thanks to Saturday Night Live!! and to the exceptionally brilliant impressionist @ChloeIsCrazy with your hilarious imitation!!” Coolidge shared on Instagram. The White Lotus star continued, “Also, congrats to the new
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Saturday Night Live took on the Republicans’ lineup of high-profile midterm candidates Herschel Walker, Dr. Oz and Kari Lake, skewering them for their lack of experience and extremist ideas even as they have a good shot at winning their races, driven by their celebrity status. The cold open was a satire on PBS NewsHour, with
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