Fresh off the news that it delivered its most watched quarter in its history, OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network started the day with more big news.
To celebrate JImmy Fallon’s ascension to host of the “Tonight Show,” Streampix offers the following series of his 10 best moments on “SNL.”
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.
Throughout ‘SNL’’s 39-year history, there have been plenty of hosts who doubled as musical guests, from the very first, Desi Arnaz, who performed with his son Desi Arnaz, Jr., to Miley Cyrus, who just did the honors several weeks ago.
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake joined forces to celebrate some of the most memorable football end zone dances in gridiron history. Watch …
From the very first episode of “Saturday Night Live,” which premiered on Oct. 11, 1975, hosted by George Carlin, music has been a huge part of the show. The very first installment featured musical guests Janis Ian and Billy Preston, while the second show was an all-music affair hosted by Lorne Michaels’ buddy Paul Simon.
BY JUSTIN RAVITZ No “Tearin’ Up My Heart” or “It’s Gonna Be Me”?! ‘N Sync fans worldwide had a boy-band-gasm when, as anticipated, the quintet reunited for their first televised performance together in a decade to perform a condensed version of “Bye, Bye, Bye” at the MTV Video Awards at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn […]
It may not be a good thing for her, but Miley Cyrus had the most memorable moment at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Even if the hotly rumored ‘N Sync reunion doesn’t happen, the MTV Video Music Awards are already shaping up as Justin Timberlake’s night.
Hi, hi, hi! ‘N Sync may be reuniting for their first televised performance together in ten years at this Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards.