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Saturday Night Live has found its first full-time Asian cast member in Internet comedian Bowen Yang just in time for Season 45.
In the latest TV Legends Revealed, find out whether Eddie Murphy really got his SNL gig because another comedian couldn't read cue cards.
A new Saturday Night Live opening skit pits the worlds of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Game of Thrones against each other on Family Feud.
In a new Saturday Night Live sketch, Keaton put one of his famous Batman quotes in a whole new context.
These fake Saturday Night Live Game of Thrones spinoffs almost look good enough for HBO to air.
A sketch from this past weekend's episode of Saturday Night Live saw The Tethered from Jordan Peele's Us taking day jobs.
Thor: Ragnarok star Idris Elba becomes the Impossible Hulk in a new short from NBC's Saturday Night Live.
Saturday Night Live will air the 1993 episode hosted by Luke Perry tonight to honor the late star in the wake of his untimely passing.
The cold open to this past weekend's Saturday Night Live had Alec Baldwin's portrayal of Donald Trump cite Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
This past weekend's Saturday Night Live featured a sketch parodying the production of Riverdale with an added eye for detail.
Aquaman star Jason Momoa shows off how he's been spending his time while preparing to host Saturday Night Live.
Solo: A Star Wars Story actor Donald Glover brings a taste of Lando Calrissian to Saturday Night Live as he hosts a summit for black people in Space.
Saturday Night Live wonders how Star Wars characters speak so many different languages in a skit introduced by JJ Abrams.
Natalie Portman reprises her role as Star Was' Padmé Amidala for 'Natalie's Rap 2' on Saturday Night Live.
Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot makes a smashing entrance in the first promo for this weekend's episode of Saturday Night Live.
Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot will be the second host of Saturday Night Live's upcoming 43rd season, making her appearance on the October 7 episode.
Two of America's most beloved actors, Dwayne Johnson and Tom Hanks, jokingly launch their 2020 campaign on Saturday Night Live.