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The impersonator-in-chief and 'Boss Baby' star lets loose on President Trump, the source of his satire on 'Saturday Night Live.'
The 'Twilight' star-turned-arthouse darling shows a new side in her ghost drama — and talks about that infamous 'SNL' flub.
She also chows down on poop pie, courtesy of Minny Jackson from "The Help."
A furious “Spicey” tells it like it is to reporters -- or, as he calls them, “dumb babies.”
Kate McKinnon’s version of Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway was arguably the most discussed sketch of the night.
Alec Baldwin does a pretty convincing Donald Trump impersonation - just ask a newspaper in the Dominican Republic.
Let us break the fragile male ego into a million tiny-hand-sized pieces.
"Yes, this is really happening. I'm becoming president."
Comedy writers are poised to cash in bigly on Donald Trump's presidency, thanks to the fiery president-elect's larger-than-life persona and short fuse on social media.
From wacky carols to holiday-themed parodies, the sketch comedy show is good at holidays.
Plus, the 'Why Him?' co-stars share their thoughts on slowing down and setting priorities.
Kate McKinnon reprises her Hillary Clinton impersonation to urge an Electoral College voter not to vote for President-elect Donald Trump.
With references to "unpresidented" cabinet candidates and Donald Trump's recent feud with Vanity Fair, SNL seems determined to touch on every move the president-elect makes.
A group of political pundits following a repetitive script had a break in their regularly scheduled programming in a Saturday Night Live sketch last night.
Dave Chappelle says the P word and the N word on 'SNL' and hardly anyone blinks or bleeps.
Countless Americans woke up Sunday morning with the words of the late Leonard Cohen echoing from their night's dreams, "From your lips she drew the H...
The gig just became a full-time job. Who'll play the new president if Baldwin steps aside?
With two days left before the contentious U.S. presidential election, Saturday Night Live cast members took their last chance to parody the candidates.
This week's Top Stops include comedy, music and a food festival.
"Saturday Night Live" took on the role of class and race in the presidential election with its biting Tom Hanks-starring "Black Jeopardy!"
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton continue to provide "Saturday Night Live" with plenty of fodder. Tonight's episode spoofed last Wednesday's third and final presidential debate in Las Vegas, which was moderated by Fox News' Chris Wallace. Guest host Tom Hanks played Wallace. As in weeks past,...
Host Tom Hanks plays Chris Wallace, Sully, Ron Howard and weird guy who spanks skeletons..
Tom Hanks joins Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon in "Saturday Night Live's" parody of the final presidential debate.
The annual Al Smith Dinner is a political tradition where presidential candidates are supposed to trade playful jokes with their opponents. While Hillary Clinton ended her set Thursday night with a more pointed political message than is customary at the dinner, which is hosted in New York City to...
From Dana Carvey as George H.W. Bush to Richard Nixon’s final days.
Alec Baldwin is currently playing Donald Trump on "Saturday Night Live"
"No matter what size you are, you'll still feel CHONK."
“Saturday Night Live” imagined what would happen if Trump’s most visible female supporters left his side in a spoof of Beyonce’s “Lemonade”
Already enjoying its best ratings in eight years with politically charged comedy, 'Saturday Night Live' got something even more beneficial with Donald Trump's potshots -- validation.
Yes, Ken Bone (played by Bobby Moynihan) makes a cameo.
Donald Trump apparently didn't like Alec Baldwin's portrayal of him on Saturday Night Live and called the comedy show's parody of the second presidential debate a "hit job." "Watched Saturday Night Live hit job on me. Time to retire the boring and unfunny show. Alec Baldwin portrayal stinks. Media...
Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump faced Kate McKinnon’s Hillary Clinton again in last night’s Saturday Night Live.
Donald Trump evidently isn’t a fan of Saturday Night Live.
The NBC sketch show captures the highs and lows of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's second showdown.
Donald Trump has some choice words for 'Saturday Night Live.' The Republican presidential candidate tweeted early Sunday morning that the show's skit depicting him this week was a 'hit job.'
Charming 'Hamilton' creator Lin-Manuel Miranda did not throw away his shot.
The show answers the question: Where are Lucas' parents?
Plus Kate McKinnon as Eleven and Lin-Manuel Miranda as Dustin.
Alec Baldwin returns to skewer the presidential candidate's newest scandal in which he's captured speaking about women offensively in leaked audio.
NBC's "Saturday Night Live" inserted some much-needed parental supervision into a "Stranger Things" parody.
Donald Trump continues to provide "Saturday Night Live" with fodder.Alec Baldwin reprised his role as Donald Trump last night, while "SNL" regular Kate McKinnon returned as Hillary Clinton.The show began with a spoof of last week's vice presidential debate, which is then interrupted by a...
Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga will be musical guests Oct. 15 and 22
LEGOS, music festival, beachfront Oktoberfests, and a Mel Brooks musical headline this weekend in New Jersey.
“His look, his scowling, his staring down then muttering his response, he was perfect.”
The Emmy winner is so funny that the show's guest host can't keep it together.