While recurring hosts like Alec Baldwin, Steven Martin, and Justin Timberlake are hilarious, it’s time to see some fresh faces on the Studio 8H stage.
Basically: He’s really, really funny.
The Saturday Night Live alum shows off some major acting chops in the delightful dramedy The Skeleton Twins, but getting to this moment took Hader on some unexpected detours.
You’ll finally feel like part of the show.
Now you have plans to Netflix all weekend.
Live from New York, it’s incredibly hard comedy trivia.
Saturday nights will never be the same.
Who? A look at Saturday Night Live’s most under-appreciated (former) featured player.
39 years of presidential parodies, debates, and other political lunacy.
I came out tonight to have a good time and I’m honestly feeling so attacked right now.
John Milhiser left Saturday Night Live this week, becoming the latest cast member to be let go after just one season. Let’s look back at his legacy of classic characters he’ll be leaving behind.
Kate McKinnon is the best thing that’s happened to comedy since Kristen Wiig, and everyone should be obsessed with her.
“If you watch that scene, you’ll see we fully got to second base.”
With the help of media coach Janessa Slater — played by Saturday Night Live actress Vanessa Bayer — Drake will someday have one million Twitter followers.
After four years writing for Saturday Night Live, John Mulaney finds his eponymous sitcom on Fox’s fall schedule — but is he ready for primetime?
After five seasons on the NBC sketch comedy series, the actress doesn’t think it’s likely she’ll be able to do both and Fox’s Mulaney.
Hopefully the kids will turn down at some point before anything serious happens.
Maya Rudolph returned to do her impression and clear the air once and for all: they were drinkin’ watermelon.
You better hold your Wiig for this quiiz.
At least for the sake of this Saturday Night Live sketch. Oh, and the chance to make out with Chris Martin.
He’s going to bring his British, American, AND dog accents to this weekend’s episode.
Posters from the SNL movie library…in an alternate universe.
Live from New York, it’s your comedy soulmate.
He’ll host the show for the third time on Saturday with musical guest Ed Sheeran.
Anna and the rest of the SNL cast did their own version of “Belle.” NO COMPLAINTS HERE.
Naming 1,000 characters is hard work. Bobby Moynihan played the Game Of Thrones author perfectly.
Try getting this out of your head.
If the show is anything like the promos, it’s going to be a good one.