Everyone's favorite funny lady returns... Melissa McCarthy is set to host the February 1st episode of NBC's "Saturday Night Live!"
Marking "The Heat" starlet's third time at the helm of the sketch show, her upcoming episode premieres the night before Super Bowl XLVIII, which is set to take place in New Jersey.
They made headlines last month by hiring the first African-American female cast member in years, and now “Saturday Night Live” has also added two black women to their writing team as well.
Following the addition of comedian Sasheer Zamata to the roster, Lorne Michaels and the SNL honchos recruited LaKendra Tookes and Leslie Jones to further diversify the behind-the-scenes staff.
They make our favorite stars look their best when the director yells “Action!” and the men and women of the Costume Designers Guild have selected the best and brightest of the past year.
For the 16th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards the field is filled with outstandingly talented nominees, with the winners to be announced on February 22nd at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Putting an end to a controversy concerning a lack of diversity in it's cast, "Saturday Night Live" has hired Sasheer Zamata as a new cast member.
The comedian auditioned for the famed sketch show last month and comes from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York.
It has been an interesting year for “Saturday Night Live” given the departure of several longtime cast members and the arrival of a few newbies.
And over the weekend, host Jimmy Fallon and musical guest Justin Timberlake nabbed a serious ratings win for the program.
He's got a long time to prepare with the holiday break, but later in January, Drake will pull double duty as host and musical guest on "Saturday Night Live."
After performing on the show in 2011, the "Started From the Bottom" rapper makes his return in a big way.
Teaming up for a weekend before Christmas edition, Jimmy Fallon and his pal Justin Timberlake turned out a hilarious episode of "Saturday Night Live" last night (December 21).
The SNL alum provided the guest hosting, while his partner in crime provided the musical entertainment and lent his talents to sketches as well.
It’s going to be a big weekend at Rockefeller Center, as Jimmy Fallon returns to host “Saturday Night Live” with fan favorite performer Justin Timberlake.
The “Late Night” host filmed a series of promotional clips with Keenan Thompson and they all turned out hilarious.
It’s been almost seven years since Maya Rudolph exited “Saturday Night Live” in 2007 and since then they haven’t had an African American woman on the cast.
But that’s all about to change, as head honcho Lorne Michaels is currently sifting through auditions in hopes of adding a fabulous female in January.
He’s making his big return to the “Saturday Night Live” stage this weekend, and John Goodman can’t wait to get started.
The “Roseanne” actor joined forces with SNL’s Taran Killam for a series of promotional clips to get viewers all hyped up for the gig.