The send-off to Season 44 might end up functioning as a send-off to a particularly toothless era for the show. Saturday Night Live opened the last episode of its 44th season with a sketch featuring Alec
Saturday Night Live’s season finale was packed with sharp barbs aimed at the GOP: It kicked off with Alec Baldwin reprising his role as Donald Trump and leading the cast in an epic parody of Queen’s “Don’t
DJ Khaled and John Legend gave a touching tribute to Nipsey Hussle in 'Saturday Night Live' performance
(CNN) — DJ Khaled had one last message for the "Saturday Night Live" audience before the show's season finale wrapped up. "Long live Nipsey Hussle," the songwriter and producer said. "The marathon continues."
(CNN) — The season finale of "Saturday Night Live" began with a message from President Donald Trump (Alec Baldwin). Baldwin's Trump opened by saying how excited he is about the summer and getting to things
Wednesday marked CBS’s first upfront presentation since Les Moonves’s downfall, so it’s no surprise that the execs who took the stage avoided mentioning their former chairman by name. But Colbert had else
BTS and The Late Show worked together to transform the Ed Sullivan Theater to look how it did in 1964 when the Beatles made their U.S. television debut BTS is taking their comparison to the Beatles to
Late-night hosts focused on Trump’s downward spiral, the Mueller investigation and Facebook. Seth Meyers turned to the Trump-Mueller saga for his monologue. He opened by reiterating what the investigation