SNL With Mick Jagger (and a Farewell to Kristen Wiig): Best and Worst Skits?
Kristen Wiig got an emotional send-off as she made her final curtain call during the season finale of Saturday Night Live. It’s just too bad that the episode as a whole didn’t provide a funnier last impression for the fabulous comedienne, Oscar-nominated earlier this year for her excellent Bridesmaids screenplay.
It didn’t help, of course, that host Mick Jagger …READ MORE
TVLine Items: SNL Exit Rumors Intensify Ahead of Finale, iCarly to End This Season and More!
Although NBC still isn’t confirming, there is increasing buzz that this weekend’s Saturday Night Live season finale will mark the final show for castmembers Kristen Wiig, Jason Sudeikis and Andy Samberg.
Wiig makes no hint that the end is near in the just-released promo for her likely swan song, but the clip is still worth a watch — mostly because it’s funny …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Kristen Wiig Addresses SNL Exit Rumors: 'You Have to Leave Things That You Love'
Saturday Night Live vet Kristen Wiig took part in Alec Baldwin’s bi-monthly podcast, “Here’s The Thing“, and used the opportunity — after being nudged a bit by the 30 Rock star — to address recent reports that the current season of NBC’s late-night staple will be her last. READ MORE
Report: Kristen Wiig, Andy Samberg and Jason Sudeikis Out at SNL – Who Would You Miss Most?
Is Saturday Night Live facing a mass exodus? READ MORE & VOTE
Was SNL's Defense of Lana Del Rey Both Too Strong and Too Weak?
Saturday Night Live this weekend issued its response to those who derided recent musical guest Lana Del Rey as, amongst other things, the all-time “worst” performer in the 37-year-old sketch show’s history. But did SNL come off as overly defensive in doing so? READ MORE & WATCH CLIPS
TV Stars Eying Oscar: Who Made the Cut? Who Got Snubbed?
The small screen loomed large Tuesday morning with the announcement of Oscar nominations, as a handful of current TV stars found themselves up for film’s highest honor.
The most high profile names to make the cut: READ MORE
Portlandia Season 2 Scoop: Expect Pickling, a BSG Spoof and a Very Special House Guest
When Portlandia premiered, no one expected it to be a success, much less one of the overnight variety. But danged if the show — a series of sketch-comedy vignettes starring real-life BFFs Fred Armisen (SNL) and newcomer Carrie Brownstein — didn’t break out. Set in a dreamy, romanticized version of Portland, Ore., it pokes fun at the city’s hipster-hippie residents, who seem to want to “pickle everything” (and we mean everything). What — and who — can you expect from the upcoming season, premiering tonight, Jan. 6, at 10 pm on IFC? Read on and find out! …READ MORE
Emmys 2011: Who Should Win Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!
Will Jane Lynch have to take a break from Emmy hosting duties to give an acceptance speech as Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series? Only time will tell. But it’s interesting to note that in three of the last four years, the statuette has been taken home by …READ MORE
Should SNL Bring Stefon to the Big Screen?
The Saturday Night Live-watching crowd seems to have arrived at a consensus: They are wild for Stefon, the tweaked-out club kid who frequents Weekend Update with his latest take on Trash, Push, Crease or whatever “the hottest” nightspot of the moment happens to be. And that makes us wonder-slash-worry: Could Bill Hader’s Stefon be the next SNL character to leap onto the big screen? READ MORE