Amy Poehler, Cecily Strong
Cecily Strong has filled some mighty big shoes over on Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update" desk. Before her, Amy Poehler and Tina Fey — arguably two of SNL's finest female comedians — set a pretty high standard. So what does Poehler think of her successor?
Mike Myers, Kelly Tisdale
Baby No. 2 is on the way for Mike Myers and his wife Kelly Tisdale, People reports.
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Kerry Washington will make her Saturday Night Live hosting debut on Nov. 2, NBC announced Wednesday.
Washington, who stars on ABC's Scandal, will be joined by Eminem, who returns for a sixth appearance as musical guest.
Kenan Thompson blames SNL's diversity issue on lack of talented black comediennes
When Saturday Night Live announced this season's six new cast members, many were shocked to see that the sketch comedy show would be devoid of a black female cast member for the sixth year in a row.
In a world where we have a black First Lady and pop culture is defined by Scandal, Rihanna, Oprah, Nicki Minaj and Beyonce, this is...
Edward Norton will host Saturday Night Live when the show returns on Oct. 26. It will be Norton's first time hosting the show, though he has appeared in sketches before, as far back as 1999.
Bruce Willis returned to Studio 8H this weekend to host Saturday Night Live for the first time since 1989. "If you had told me back then there were going to be six Die Hards, I would have said, 'That seems a little too many,'" he quipped during his opening monologue. (Later, cast member Bobby Moynihan joked that he and Willis previously worked together in Look Who's Talking, when he played the baby.)
So, how did Willis do as host? Check out some of the best sketches below.
Miley Cyrus, The Roots, Jimmy Fallon
This week, Miley Cyrus did something great for once! The singer teamed up with The Roots and Jimmy Fallon for a truly awesome a cappella version of her song "We Can't Stop." Elsewhere, Hayden Panettiere showed off her knowledge of country music on Good Morning America, Danielle Brooks and Uzo Adubo from Orange Is the New Black acted out a scene from Scandal, and NCIS star Michael Weatherlyreleased a music video. Vanessa Bayer also debuted her web series Sound Advice. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Max Greenfield and Hannah Simone
Schmidt (Max Greenfield) may think himself New Girl's perennial ladies' man, but he took it too far when he decided to date both Elizabeth (Merritt Wever) and Cece (Hannah Simone). It wasn't long before he was discovered, and, of course, lost both girls in one fell swoop.
Will New Girl suffer from the Moonlighting curse?
On Tuesday's episode (9/8c, Fox), Schmidt won't immediately own up to his actions but will instead blame Jess (Zooey Deschanel) and Nick (Jake Johnson), whom he swore vengeance on at the close of last week's episode. "He goes after Nick and Jess' relationship and tries to play some mental warfare with them," Greenfield tells TVGuide.com. "He attacks...
Miley Cyrus isn't surprised by the attention she's getting after her infamousperformance at the MTV Video Music Awards and nude music video for "Wrecking Ball." In fact, she says, it's by design.
"It's kind of what I want," Cyrus, 20, told Matt Lauer on the Today show Monday. "I'm an artist, so I'm hoping that I get a little attention, otherwise my record sales might be a little sketch."
Miley Cyrus did plenty of singing on Saturday Night Live this week, but thankfully left the twerking at home for the most part. Acting as both host and musical guest, Cyrus skewered the government shutdown in one sketch and parodied her infamous performance at the MTV Video Music Awards in another. She also performed her single "Wrecking Ball" (with clothes on) and an acoustic version of "We Can't Stop." Check out highlights from SNL below. How do you think Cyrus did as host?