Is Lena Dunham a one-trick pony, capable of only playing herself as she does on “Girls,” a simultaneously self-doubting and delusional Millennial caught between her own thwarted ambitions and hopeful optimism?
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.
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama took off the gloves in a contentious debate spoof that opened this weekend’s episode of “Saturday Night Live.” See all the highlights of Saturday’s show …
“Saturday Night Live” opened — inevitably — with its own take on last week’s vice presidential debate. Watch this sketch — and much more from Saturday’s show …
Daniel Craig isn’t exactly known for his sense of humor. But in new promos for this weekend’s episode of “Saturday Night Live,” the brooding James Bond gets downright wacky with Tarran Killam. Earlier this week, Killam tweeted that filming the spots with Craig was his “best day ever.” After watching the video below it’s clear […]
Thursday’s special edition of “SNL” spoofed Mitt Romney and Fox News Channel. Watch …
Watch what happened when Josh Brolin returned to guest-host “Saturday Night Live” on NBC.
Probably because Saturday is the one night a week that Andy Cohen actually sleeps, he was understandably in bed when Taran Killam delivered a brutally hilarious send-up of him on “SNL” this weekend (watch below). Despite the fact that Killam’s impression painted the “Watch What Happens Live” maestro as an exaggerated egomaniac, Cohen still loved it. […]
“Saturday Night Live” took aim at two icons of the right wing — Rush Limbaugh and Sarah Palin — as Jonah Hill guest-hosted the show on NBC.
Even though he claims to be mystified about what works on “SNL”, let’s face it: Lorne Michaels clearly knows what he’s doing.