We knew it was coming — but Seth Meyers has finally set an end date for SNL.
Today at the Television Critics Association press tour, where Meyers held a panel to talk about his new Late Night gig, Meyers revealed that Feb. 1 will his last time behind the Weekend Update desk, as he prepares for his new show’s Feb. 24 premiere. “It’s heartbreaking, but I’m really happy I came… Continue reading Seth Meyers calls impending ‘SNL’ exit ‘heartbreaking,’ admits to ‘Late Night’ nerves
It’s an election year, which means “Saturday Night Live” gets an extra half hour every week during “SNL Weekend Update Thursday” to skewer all the ridiculous news that comes up on the campaign trail. The first 2012 edition featured a skit about the leaked Mitt Romney video that made fun of “Fox & Friends” as much as the Republican nominee, along with some feisty Update… Continue reading 'SNL Weekend Update Thursday' skewers Mitt Romney and Fox & Friends
It’s hard to know where to begin with Christopher Walken. The legendary actor has been in over 100 films, some of which are rightfully considered the best of all time. He’s also hosted “Saturday Night Live” seven times and appeared in more than a dozen plays.
In his newest movie, Walken is treading familiar territory, as one of the “psychopaths” in Martin McDonagh’s “Seven Psychopaths,” a film — which premiered this… Continue reading Christopher Walken On 'True Romance,' Obama's Policies And Why The 'SNL' Cowbell Skit Is Still Popular
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Not another one! Andy Samberg has become the latest comedian to leave Saturday Night Live.
In an interview with the New York Times Friday, Samberg said he would not return in the fall. “It’s an incredibly emotional and strange moment in my life,” Samberg said. “Obviously it’s not a huge shock, but I did officially decide not to come… Continue reading Andy Samberg will not return to ‘SNL’