Tag: NBC

‘SNL’: Kate McKinnon Returns to “Weekend Update” as Noted Ballot Truther Rudy Giuliani

November 8, 2020 SHARE TWEET If there’s one person I trust to help me process any lingering post-election anxiety, it’s Saturday Night Live MVP Kate McKinnon. So, it was extremely nice to see McKinnon back in full swing on Saturday’s newest episode, returning to the “Weekend Update” segment of the show as noted ballot truther and star
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The 20 Best ‘Community’ Episodes, Ranked

November 8, 2020 SHARE TWEET Give me some rope, tie me to dream / Give me the hope to run out of steam / Somebody said it could be here / We could be roped up, tied up, dead in a year / I can’t count the reasons I should stay / One by one
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‘SNL’ Cold Open Celebrates Biden/Harris Win with ‘Ace Ventura’ & “Macho Man” Shoutouts

November 8, 2020 SHARE TWEET You’ve got to hand it to Saturday Night Live: When they celebrate, they celebrate hard. The latest episode of SNL aired approximately 12 hours after major networks officially named Joe Biden as President-elect and Kamala Harris as the Vice President-elect after a week of counting ballots and slowly watching election maps turn blue and red. After a
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Kate McKinnon’s ‘SNL’ Weekend Update Scene Sees Her Breaking Character & Offering Wisdom

October 11, 2020 SHARE TWEET The best thing about the latest episode of Saturday Night Live was neither host Bill Burr nor Maya Rudolph‘s Kamala Harris appearance. Instead, it was Kate McKinnon‘s glorious and weird “Weekend Update” scene with Colin Jost. McKinnon’s appearance was a charmer not only because she debuted a new character, but also because she
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‘SNL’ Reveals First Look at Jim Carrey and Maya Rudolph as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris

October 1, 2020 SHARE TWEET In keeping with their bizarre practice of not having their actual cast members play major recurring roles, Saturday Night Live dropped a first-look teaser of Jim Carrey as Joe Biden and Maya Rudolph as Kamala Harris ahead of the sketch show’s season premiere this Saturday. And they look… fine? Mostly
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‘A.P. Bio’ Season 3 Trailer Reveals the A+ Comedy’s Debut on Peacock

August 10, 2020 SHARE TWEET Peacock has revealed the full trailer for A.P. Bio season 3, the first season of the NBC comedy to debut on the brand new streaming service. Created by Mike O’Brien, the series stars It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia alum Glenn Howerton as a disgraced Harvard philosophy professor forced to return
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‘Hannibal’: Bryan Fuller Explains Why He Scrapped the Next 4 Scripts After He Saw the Pilot

August 1, 2020 SHARE TWEET Hannibal is a show that, even as I was watching it on the air, confused me as to how it could actually be on the air. The NBC horror-opera aired for three seasons under the tutelage of Bryan Fuller, who yielded some of the most violent, psychologically upsetting, and generally fucked imagery
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‘Hannibal’: Bryan Fuller Details the Fight to Cast Mads Mikkelsen Over John Cusack or Hugh Grant

July 31, 2020 SHARE TWEET Imagine, if you will, Hugh Dancy’s Will Graham in all his compelling glory having his half-terrifying, half-sensual tête-à-tête with Hannibal Lecter in the NBC series Hannibal, except instead of the dashing Mads Mikkelsen on the other end of the table, you have John Cusack. In an alternate timeline, that’s the
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‘Blindspot’ Creator on That Mysterious Ending & Why It Took Months to Film the Finale

July 23, 2020 SHARE TWEET Over the course of five seasons, the NBC series Blindspot has seen its characters navigate life-or-death level missions, romances, mind wipes, heartbreaks, more mind wipes, and deaths, all while saving the world numerous times. The team — comprised of Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander), Kurt Weller (Sullivan Stapleton), Tasha Zapata (Audrey
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Every Movie and TV Show Confirmed to Stream on Peacock

July 15, 2020 SHARE TWEET The Peacock TV streaming service is now live, providing yet another option for people looking to cut the cord. This streaming service hails from NBCUniversal and is thus heavy on NBC and Universal content, but also plays host to a variety of library films and TV shows – as well
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Mary Steenburgen on ‘Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist’ and Her Incredible Songwriting Awakening

July 8, 2020 SHARE TWEET  – It’s quite the challenge to cap a conversation at 40 minutes when you’re talking to someone like Mary Steenburgen. Not only does she have a filmography loaded with stellar titles, but her journey in the industry is also packed with wildly inspiring and downright incredible experiences. There was
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‘The Office’: Why John Krasinski Made His Own Wig for Jim in Season 3

July 3, 2020 SHARE TWEET One of the major pieces of The Office lore is, of course, the questions surrounding why in the world Jim’s hair looks so terrible in Season 3. John Krasinski’s shaggy hair became a staple of the fan-favorite Office character, but for one season there, something is a bit… off. It
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Assumed ‘Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist’ Was A Silly TV Musical? Think Again

June 30, 2020 SHARE TWEET I’m still kicking myself for not watching Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist sooner. I’ll never forget the onslaught of commercials all throughout the 2019 holiday season, all of which successfully sold one key concept — a young woman can hear people’s thoughts and feelings through song. All of the ads had an
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The Awards Show Shuffle Continues! 2021 Golden Globes Pushed to End of February

June 22, 2020 SHARE TWEET “We’re not here to start no trouble, we’re just here to do the awards show shuffle!” No, I am not sorry for starting this piece literally quoting the Super Bowl Shuffle. It is the cleanest and most efficient way to report what’s going on with all these dang awards shows!
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What If ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Wasn’t About Cops? Here Are Some Other Ideas

June 9, 2020 SHARE TWEET As we examine the role of law enforcement in our society, especially how cops are depicted on television, the question of Brooklyn Nine-Nine has become a somewhat difficult one. A fan favorite that survived cancelation by Fox to relocate to NBC, the story of a sometimes-goofy New York police squad
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Leigh Whannell Is Making an ‘Upgrade’ Sequel Series for Blumhouse

May 28, 2020 SHARE TWEET Pardon my french, but hell yeah. Leigh Whannell is making a follow-up to his breakout hit sci-fi horror Upgrade, and we’re not getting a feature-length sequel, oh no, we’re getting a whole dang series. Blumhouse Television and NBCUniversal’s UCP are teaming to adapt Upgrade into a TV series with Whannell set to return as director.
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Leslie and Ron Catch Up in First Clip from the ‘Parks and Recreation’ Reunion Special

April 29, 2020 SHARE TWEET A brand new episode of one of our perfect sitcoms, all for a great cause? That’s sweeter than a Sweetums Nutriyum! As we previously reported, Parks and Recreation is coming back for a half-hour special episode on April 30, featuring the entire original cast recording themselves remotely, all in order
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Brad Pitt Plays Anthony Fauci on ‘SNL’ & Translates What That Other Guy Said Recently

April 26, 2020 SHARE TWEET The second episode of Saturday Night Live‘s “at home” edition got off to a heck of a start when Oscar winner Brad Pitt performed the cold open as Dr. Anthony Fauci, one of the lead members of the current administration’s coronavirus task force. In these uncertain times, Fauci has helped to deliver knowledgeable, confident
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How to Watch the ‘Saturday Night Live’ at-Home Episode Tonight

April 11, 2020 SHARE TWEET Things are set to get real interesting for Saturday Night Live, which is set to return with a new episode tonight, Saturday, April 11. It’s been a few weeks since the NBC live sketch comedy show was live on March 7. In its month-long absence, the way the world operates has drastically
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‘Saturday Night Live’ to Return This Weekend with Original Content

April 9, 2020 SHARE TWEET Saturday Night Live will return this weekend with original content amid the coronavirus pandemic that has brought the entertainment industry to its knees. The show will look a bit different, however, as segments will be produced remotely, and will likely be taped for broadcast rather than aired live. You can
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Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Stephen Colbert to Co-Host COVID-19 Special ‘One World: Together at Home’

April 6, 2020 SHARE TWEET NBC, ABC, CBS, and more global networks are teaming up for a massive multi-network event, One World: Together at Home, co-hosted by Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Stephen Colbert. The two-hour program, which airs on April 18 from 8-10 PM ET, is being described as “a global broad entertainment special
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Little Big Town – Free (The Breaker Album)

[Verse 1] Magnavox in the living room CBS and NBC Closed on 10 in the backyard Hockey game in the street Deck of cards in the kitchen Cool breeze from our screen door Grandma reading love letters Grandpa wrote her in the war [Chorus] Free All those memories, free Didn’t cost us anything All the
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Max Wonders – Grow Up letras

[Hook 1] I don’t wanna grow up, no more I don’t wanna blow up, no more Got my adolescence on a necklace I can’t let it go, I can’t let it, no I can’t let it, no, no [Verse 1] What would my mama say I ain’t been getting no sleep Vices of being 18
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Childish Gambino – Higher Love

[Hook: Childish Gambino] Baby girl, you know what I want Let me do it to ya, do it to ya Let me do ya like uh, uh, uh.. [Verse 1: Childish Gambino] Hovy with glasses, Weezy but geeky Girls in the lobby tryin’ to meet me I ain’t afraid to say it, yeah I love
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Childish Gambino – Higher Love Lyrics

[Hook: Childish Gambino] Baby girl, you know what I want Let me do it to ya, do it to ya Let me do ya like uh, uh, uh.. [Verse 1: Childish Gambino] Hovy with glasses, Weezy but geeky Girls in the lobby tryin’ to meet me I ain’t afraid to say it, yeah I love
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