May the odds be ever in his favor: During tonight’s episode, Saturday Night Live revealed that Hunger Games star (and Academy Award nominee) Woody Harrelson will host the show’s Nov. 15 episode. The True Detective will be joined by musical guest Kendrick Lamar.
Both men have appeared on NBC’s sketch program before. Harrelson has hosted SNL twice already, though never yet in the 21st century—his previous stints came in 1989 and 1992. Lamar, meanwhile, made his SNL
In with the new and out with the old. According to
Deadline, 20-year-old comedian Pete Davidson has joined the ranks of
“Saturday Night Live” as a featured player.
Davidson, who is the only new featured player being added to Season 40 of “SNL,” has appeared on MTV’s
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” and Comedy Central’s “Adam DeVine’s House Party.” News of the comedian’s casting comes after the
Louis C.K. on “Saturday Night Live”? What could be better than that?
But not every “SNL” sketch is created equal, so it’s definitely worthwhile to figure out which sketches worked and which did not.
Before getting to the individual sketches, however, it may be necessary to point out that just about every moment that included host Louis C.K. was hilarious. He was even funny in the parts that didn’t really make sense… Continue reading 'Saturday Night Live' with Louis C.K.: What were the best and worst sketches?
On Saturday (Dec. 21), Jimmy Fallon made his return to Studio 8H to host “Saturday Night Live” for the second time since leaving the series in 2004 and he brought along with him his good buddy Justin Timberlake as musical guest. Though, considering how much of the show Timberlake appeared in, a more appropriate billing would have been co-host.
Besides the high-wattage