It looks like new featured player Cecily Strong is quickly becoming Saturday Night Live's go-to ditzy girl.
On this week's installment of Saturday Night Live Weekend Update Thursday, Strong debuted what will hopefully become a recurring character: "Girl You Wish You Hadn't Started a Conversation With at a Party."
Parker Posey may have yet to win an Emmy award — but if she does, she's got the acceptance speech covered.
In a hilarious new video titled "Emmy Speech Master Class," Posey spoofs the worst clichés of award show speeches -- everything from the tears to the name-dropping.
Jerry Seinfeld has "finally done a show about nothing," according to his friend, Seinfeld creator Larry David.
David stars in the first installment of Seinfeld's latest endeavor, a web series called Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. And the title is not a red herring — in each 10- to 15-minute episode, Seinfeld picks up one of his comedian pals in a vintage car and heads to a diner or coffee shop. Hilarity ensues as the pair banters over eggs, coffee and, in David's case, pancakes.
Another guest on the series? Ricky Gervais, who reveals a surprisingly intense fear of speed.
During America's Got Talent's arduous audition process, viewers inevitably get tired of watching contestants sing/dance/tell bad jokes/etc. (Imagine how the judges feel!)
America's Got Talent has had its share of eclectic acts, but Tuesday's episode featured one of the most unique that we've seen to date.
Remember when Anderson Cooper suffered from an uncontrollable giggling fit on Anderson Cooper 360 last August? Well, it happened again.
Kristen Bell's 31st birthday was a dream come true — even though she spent part of it crying.Here's the thing: The House of Lies star loves sloths — she Googles baby sloths multiple times a week. So for her birthday last July, fiancé and Parenthood star Dax Shepard decided to surprise ...
OK, you already know about the NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams Fire Alarm Incident.
TLC is notorious for focusing on, shall we say, "unconventional" subjects (like this woman). Now comes The Virgin Diaries, premiering Sunday at 9/8c.
Brian Williams encountered an unexpected interruption during his live NBC Nightly News broadcast — a blaring fire alarm.
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