Tag: SNL

‘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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‘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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Eddie Murphy Wins His First Emmy for 2019 ‘SNL’ Comeback Gig

September 20, 2020 SHARE TWEET You truly love to see it: Eddie Murphy has won his first-ever Emmy for his Saturday Night Live hosting gig. In a full-circle twist, the win comes almost 40 years after his first Emmy nomination as an SNL cast member. Murphy’s Emmys win was awarded during the fifth night of the Creative
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‘MacGruber’ TV Show Unveils Trailer Starring Will Forte, So Spread the Word, Ya Turds

August 10, 2020 SHARE TWEET It was a no-brainer back when it was announced in January, but Peacock has now officially greenlit an eight-episode MacGruber TV series that sees Will Forte reprise his role as America’s ultimate hero. The streaming service has also released a teaser trailer that you can watch below. The action comedy
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Pete Davidson Shares His Personal Story in This ‘The King of Staten Island’ Clip

May 11, 2020 SHARE TWEET The King of Staten Island, the new comedy directed by super-producer Judd Apatow and written and starring SNL’s Pete Davidson, hits VOD this June. Davidson has been a lightning rod for gossip magazine coverage, thanks to his highly publicized relationships and his struggles with mental health. Judging by a new
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Adam Sandler & Pete Davidson Perform the Ultimate Stay-at-Home Jam on ‘SNL’

April 26, 2020 SHARE TWEET Believe it or not, Saturday Night Live is now responsible for debuting the catchiest song of 2020, “Stuck in the House.” The new comedy song was performed by cast member Pete Davidson with SNL alum and currently uber-popular late-night celebrity guest Adam Sandler. Image via NBC Davidson has seemingly found his niche during SNL‘s “at home” edition as the
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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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‘SNL’: A Weird Zoom Call & Ruth Bader Ginsberg Working Out Among Best at-Home Sketches

April 12, 2020 SHARE TWEET Saturday Night Live‘s at-home episode had everything: sketches about Zoom company calls going terribly awry, a peek at Ruth Bader Ginsberg‘s workout routine, a Masterclass parody featuring Chloe Fineman‘s incredible Timothée Chalamet impression, Aidy Bryant attempting (key word here) some calming visualizations, Mikey Day as a Twitch streamer who can’t keep up, and much more. Yes, Saturday
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Tom Hanks Kicked Off the ‘SNL’ at-Home Episode & It Was a True Treat

April 12, 2020 SHARE TWEET Folks tuning in to the first-ever at-home edition of Saturday Night Live got a real surprise when they were greeted with Tom Hanks‘ smiling face. Live from, uh, a kitchen (his kitchen? Jury’s still out), repeat host Hanks performed the opening monologue and ultimately began the show on a very high note. This
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‘Avenue 5’ Creator Armando Iannucci Gives an Exciting Update on Season 2

April 11, 2020 SHARE TWEET It hasn’t been too long since Season 1 of Armando Iannucci‘s new comedy, Avenue 5, wrapped. The series, which stars Hugh Laurie, Josh Gad, Lenora Crichlow, and Suzy Nakamura, spent its first season exploring the hilarious results of a luxury space-bound cruise ship suddenly veering off course and likely not getting back to Earth
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The Best Action Movies on Netflix Right Now

April 11, 2020 SHARE TWEET Looking for a little adrenaline jolt to your Netflix viewing? We’ve got you covered. Below we’ve curated a list of the best action movies currently available to stream on Netflix, from the more adventure-tinged playful flicks to big-budget superhero movies to straight-up kung fu films. It’s the perfect antidote to
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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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The 7 Best New Shows on Netflix in April 2020

April 10, 2020 SHARE TWEET Need a new binge? If the sudden blast of Quibi content isn’t keeping you occupied (they are ten minutes or less, after all,) Netflix has a whole boat load of new shows this month to keep you occupied during quarantine and social distancing. And fortunately, it’s a pretty good bunch
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‘Love Wedding Repeat’ Review: Netflix Rom-Com Provides the Weakest Timelines

April 10, 2020 SHARE TWEET Netflix has had some success with romantic comedies with movies like To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Always Be My Maybe, but their latest offering to the genre, Love Wedding Repeat is a total misfire. Devoid of any sentiment other than “Isn’t it funny when people are forced
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‘After Life’ Season 2 Trailer Finds Ricky Gervais Giving Back to His Community

April 10, 2020 SHARE TWEET Netflix has released a trailer for the second season of After Life, and while star Ricky Gervais is trying to be a bit more “zen” this season, this is still the rare (only?) trailer to end with the c-word, so perhaps it’s not going as well as he’d like? Gervais
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Every Quentin Tarantino Movie You Can Stream Right Now

April 10, 2020 SHARE TWEET It’s been a long wait since 2015, but Quentin Tarantino finally returned last summer with his Los Angeles love letter Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood. The 1970s-set film scored some of the best reviews and box office of Tarantino’s career, and it’s now finally available to stream on Starz. But if
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Jerry Seinfeld Sets New Standup Comedy Special ‘23 Hours to Kill’ at Netflix

April 10, 2020 SHARE TWEET What’s the deal with Netflix? Every time I look up, the streaming service is announcing a new special from a name-brand comic. February saw the premiere of Pete Davidson‘s Alive from New York, March brought End Times Fun from Marc Maron, while Comedy Store bad boy Chris D’Elia‘s No Pain
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‘Dead to Me’ Season 2 Trailer Brings Christina Applegate & Linda Cardellini into ‘Scarface’ Territory

April 10, 2020 SHARE TWEET On the hunt for yet another worthwhile Netflix binge watch? Now’s the time to check out Season 1 of the the acclaimed series Dead to Me because the streamer just announced that the show will return for its second season on May 8, 2020! From creator Liz Feldman, the black
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The Top 10 Most Popular Movies on Netflix Right Now

April 10, 2020 SHARE TWEET Now that Netflix has unveiled its new “Top 10” feature, we have an assessment of what people are actually watching on the streaming service. Each day, the “Top 10” feature shows the most popular films and TV shows as viewed by subscribers. But if you’re looking for not only a
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Will Forte Gives an Update on the ‘MacGruber’ TV Show; Hopes to Shoot This Fall

April 10, 2020 SHARE TWEET Get your throat-rippin’ hands ready, because the MacGruber TV show is very much in the works. For years, fans of the 2010 comedy MacGruber—one of the best comedies of the decade—have been clamoring for a sequel. Will Forte, Jorma Taccone and John Solomon, who made MacGruber, have also been trying
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‘Too Hot to Handle’ Trailer Reveals Netflix’s “No Sex Allowed” Dating Show

April 10, 2020 SHARE TWEET You are not ready for what’s coming your way on Netflix on April 17th. The streaming service is already enjoying a huge year in the dating show realm thanks to Love Is Blind, but its next romantic reality series, Too Hot To Handle, is a completely different beast. It’s actually a bit
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Patton Oswalt’s Newest Comedy Special ‘I Love Everything’ Hits Netflix in May

April 9, 2020 SHARE TWEET Patton Oswalt’s latest 1-hour comedy special I Love Everything will premiere on Netflix May 19. As reported by Variety, the veteran comic’s newest hour of stand-up will cover topics ranging from coping with being in his 50s to balancing being a responsible father with his love of Star Wars. Image
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Collider Connected: Watch Our Exclusive Live Interview with Joe Pantoliano Tuesday, April 14th

April 9, 2020 SHARE TWEET As you hopefully noticed over the past few weeks, we recently launched a new live interview series called Collider Connected, in which we conduct an interview live on our YouTube channel. Our inaugural guest was Oscar-winning composer Michael Giacchino (watch that here), our second guest was two-time Oscar-winning cinematographer Roger
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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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The Best HBO Shows of All Time

April 9, 2020 SHARE TWEET It’s not TV. It’s HBO. That’s the moniker that graced pay cable screens throughout the 1990s, as the “Home Box Office” network began experimenting with original programming for the first time. Most of those early shows were comedies, and some were even groundbreaking (lookin’ at you The Larry Sanders Show),
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‘The Stranger’ Trailer Teases Quibi’s Latest “Movies in Chapters” Thriller

April 9, 2020 SHARE TWEET Watch out: More Quick Bites incoming! There’s another wave of Quibi titles coming soon, starting with another entry in their “Movies in Chapters” category. Check out the synopsis, cast and crew, and trailers below! In The Stranger, an unassuming young rideshare driver is thrown into her worst nightmare when a
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The Best Comedy Shows on Netflix Right Now

April 9, 2020 SHARE TWEET In the mood for laughs? We (and Netflix) have you covered. From classics like The Office (both versions, of course) and Parks and Rec to quirky series Trailer Park Boys and The Inbetweeners — not to mention great Netflix originals like GLOW — below you’ll find a list of shows that
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Why Netflix’s ‘Sex Education’ Is the Perfect Binge for Uncertain Times

April 9, 2020 SHARE TWEET I’m a little disappointed in myself for not jumping on the Sex Education train far sooner, but Seasons 1 and 2 of the show were exactly what I needed right now. Sex Education manages to achieve the best of both worlds; it’s a highly entertaining and often delightful binge watch
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Watch: Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig, and Jimmy Fallon Channel ‘The Californians’ in Quarantine Sketch

April 9, 2020 SHARE TWEET If you feel like you’re going a little stir-crazy under quarantine, you’re not alone. These really are the longest days of our lives, which is no doubt what inspired Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig, and Jimmy Fallon to put together a full-on daytime soap spoof called “The Longest Days of Our
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Matt Reeves Says ‘The Batman’ Is “Not an Origin Tale”

April 9, 2020 SHARE TWEET It sounds like we may be saved from having to watch Thomas and Martha Wayne perish for the umpteenth time. While we know that the upcoming film The Batman is a reboot of the titular character, with Robert Pattinson putting his own spin on the Caped Crusader after Ben Affleck’s
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