Report: Actor James Corden Replacing Craig Ferguson as Late Late Show Host
SNL Axes Two More Rookies
Heads are rolling like a Game of Thrones finale at Saturday Night Live this week.
Saturday Night Live Fires Brooks Wheelan After One-Season Run
Saturday Night Live is shedding a little weight during its summer hiatus.
Brooks Wheelan, who joined the cast of NBC’s long-running sketch-comedy series last fall, announced on Twitter this evening that READ MORE
Chelsea Handler, Netflix to 'Revolutionize' the Talk Show Beginning in 2016
Netflix is getting into the talk show game and Chelsea Handler is leading the charge.
The streaming giant announced Thursday that it has signed E!’s departing late-night provocateur to a multi-year deal that includes a brand new talk show READ MORE
John Malkovich Reveals How He (Unknowingly) Made His Sinister SNL X-mas Sketch a Classic
Crossbones star John Malkovich lives abroad most of the year, and he isn’t in the habit of revisiting past work. Put those two facts together, and it’s easy to understand why until recently, he was completely unaware that his 2008 Saturday Night Live monologue has become the stuff of Christmas tradition in the United States. READ MORE
The Arsenio Hall Show Cancelled
Looks like Jay Leno might’ve spoken too soon. READ MORE
Andy Samberg Hosts Saturday Night Live: Watch Video of the Best and Worst Sketches!
In an episode seemingly made in comedy heaven, Saturday Night Live grad Andy Samberg – has it really been two whole years since he bid adieu to studio 8H? – made a hotly anticipated return to host the Season 39 finale, with more than a little help from his friends. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TBS Renews Conan Through 2018
And the Coco just keeps on coming…
TBS has renewed Conan O’Brien‘s late-night talk show Conan through 2018. READ MORE
Charlize Theron Hosts Saturday Night Live: Watch Video of the Best and Worst Sketches
Charlize Theron can’t sing — but in all other areas, she’s aces.
That was the message of tonight’s Saturday Night Live musical monologue, but seeing how the Oscar-winning actress hadn’t hosted NBC’s sketch-comedy show in some 14 years, the question loomed: Could she kill it in a live comedy format? READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL