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Sarah Silverman won't be saying "I do" anytime soon. The actress and comedian, 43, took to Twitter this past weekend to speak on her relationship. "Just read that I wanna get married which is hilarious b/c I will never get married," Silverman tweeted on Sunday, Sept. 21. Though she has been in multiple long-term relationships, the A Million Ways to Die in the West star has never been married. Photos: Celebrities Who Have Been Married Three Times or More Silverman, who has been dating her Masters of Sex costar Michael [...] »
We already know that Chris Pratt, Sarah Silverman, and Bill Hader are scheduled to host the first three episodes of SNL this season. Now The Wrap reports that Jim Carrey will also host SNL this fall. This will make a third turn as host for Carrey, following his 1996 and 2011 appearances. The Wrap doesn't specify a date, but it will be surrounding Dumb and Dumber To's November 14 release, so at minimum, expect one or two sketches where Carrey wears a sweater. »
- Jesse David Fox
Sarah Silverman doesn't want to be Mrs. Michael Sheen, contrary to reports. Star magazine recently ran a story titled, "Sarah Wants A Ring." The tabloid claimed Silverman, 43, had left "pictures of engagement rings all over the place" so Sheen, 45, would get the "hint" and propose. The recurring Masters of Sex special guest star responded to the ridiculous romance rumors via Twitter Sunday. "Just read that I wanna get married which is hilarious b/c I will never get married," the Emmy-winning comedienne tweeted. "Why would I want the govt involved in my love life? Ew. It's barbaric. That s--t never bothers me b/c who cares but I feel like this one is bigoted. The Jew girl »
With the fortieth season of “Saturday Night Live” just around the corner, we have a few questions about the upcoming year. It’s a huge year for the show, and we have some big queries for it before the September 27 premiere. Chris Pratt will host the September 27 premiere with Ariana Grande as musical guest. They'll be followed by Sarah Silverman and Maroon Five. Bill Hader will return for the October 11 episode with Hozier as musical guest. And that leads to our Burning Questions »
- Ryan McGee
Live from New York, it’s Darrell Hammond’s voice!
“I sat in for Don when he had laryngitis several times over the years,” Hammond told the paper. “He was a lovely person. When he passed, they wanted me; it felt right for me to be the one to replace him. It’s been a very improbable life; I didn’t expect something like this, but it feels real good.”
Saturday Night Live alum and "Stefon" mastermind Bill Hader will return to the show, which is now entering its 40th season, as host for the October 11th episode. Indie-soul singer Hozier, whose self-titled debut comes out next week, will appear as the episode's musical guest.
The actor, who appeared on eight seasons of the series, stars as a man who reconciles with his twin sister (fellow former SNL cast member Kristen Wiig) in the recently released movie The Skeleton Twins. The movie has been praised for showing off both actors' »
"Saturday Night Live" is going to bring back another old cast member to host this season. NBC announced this morning that Bill Hader, who was on the show for eight seasons, will be back in 8H for the October 11th episode. He originally left the show in 2013. The sketch comedy series has a long tradition of bringing back former cast members to host, and this isn't the first former cast member who will take on the responsibility here on the show's 40th season. It was previously announced that Sarah Silverman, who was on the show for a single year, would host the October 4th episode. For the Hader-hosted episode, the musical guest will be Hozier (Maroon 5 will be there for the Silverman episode) who currently has a single, "Take me to Church," on the alternative radio charts. Hozier has an album due out in October. The new season of "SNL" gets started on September 28th, »
- Josh Lasser
Saturday Night Live is welcoming back its prodigal son — well, one of them, anyway.
During his time on SNL, Hader originated a number of fan-favorite characters, including New York City nightlife correspondent — and frequent Weekend Update guest — Stefon.
So, which of »
Each episode of the comedy offers a fictionalized look at Marc’s life, chronicling the man’s misguided attempts to grow.
“Usually Marc has a hard time maintaining long-term relationships, but luckily not with us,” said Jennifer Caserta, president of IFC. “He’s committed to bringing his wry humor and refreshing perspective back to IFC for a third season.”
“I am very proud of both seasons of the show and thrilled we’re doing another one,” said Maron. “Through all the episodes I can see the growth and evolution of the character, writing and comedy. I’m excited about getting back into the process. The character of Maron needs some work on and off screen and fortunately that’s what drives the show. »
- Shelli Weinstein
Saturday Night Live‘s Weekend Update desk is getting another makeover.
In its second iteration since Seth Meyers left the NBC sketch series last winter to host Late Night, Weekend Update as Season 40 opens will be cohosted by SNL scribe/sometime Daily Show correspondent Michael Che and… second-year newsreader Colin Jost.
As TV's leading cynic, Jimmy Kimmel had no choice but to expose the human frailty that underlies the brash opulence of New York Fashion Week. See video: Jimmy Kimmel and Sarah Silverman Insult Each Other In Honor of Joan Rivers The “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” host sent his trusty Lie Witness News team to Manhattan for the event, where they asked various journalists and participants questions about some of the hottest — and phoniest — designers. It doesn't look all that great for the wannabes lingering around the Lincoln Center, but it actually does more to tear apart the fashion world's experts. If the people. »
- Jordan Zakarin
Fresh off his success as leading man in “Guardians of the Galaxy,” Chris Pratt will kick off the 40th season of “Saturday Night Live” as host, with Ariana Grande joining him as musical guest on the Sept. 27 premiere, NBC announced Wednesday.
The announcement of Pratt’s hosting gig comes as little surprise, seeing how Disney’s “Guardians” is still ruling the box office. Coming up, he has the final season of “Parks and Recreation,” “Jurassic World” and a “Guardians” sequel, while Grande recently released sophomore album “My Everything.” It’s the “SNL” debut for both Pratt and Grande.
It marks a return, however, for Silverman and Maroon 5. Silverman was a cast member for the 1993-1994 season, though this will be her first time hosting, and Maroon 5 has appeared on the show four times before. »
- Alex Stedman
"Saturday Night Live" sets their first guest pairings for the premiere episodes of the 40th season on NBC. Hot off his blockbuster summer hit "Guardians of the Galaxy," actor Chris Pratt will host the first episode on September 27 with musical guest Ariana Grande. Rookie sensation Iggy Azalea has also announced she will pair up with Grande for that show. Comedian Sarah Silverman, fresh off a surprise Emmy win, will host on October 5 with musical guest Maroon 5. TV Line -Break- A new SAG-aftra study of 5,700 members finds that over half of lesbian, gay, and bisexual performers "have heard directors and producers make anti-gay comments." Over half of the Lgbt respondents believe that directors and producers are biased against them. More than a third of those surveyed reported they had witnessed "disrespectful treatment" on set. UCLA's think tank Williams Institute conducted the survey with results set to be formally presented in »
Saturday Night Live is kicking off its 40th season with one heck of a pairing. It was just announced that Chris Pratt is locked to host the very first episode of the season and that Ariana Grande will be the musical guest. You really can’t get much bigger than that right now. Pratt is the star of the top-grossing movie of the year (domestically), Guardians of the Galaxy, and he’s also in one of the most highly anticipated movies of 2015, Jurassic World. Even though Grande’s Disney show Sam & Cat just got cut, it’s probably because she’s moving on to bigger and better things now. Her song “My Everything” is currently #1 on the Billboard 200 and she’s also #1 on the Artist 100 as well. Hit the jump for more on what’s coming up on SNL. After Pratt and Grande’s season opener on September 27th, Sarah Silverman »
- Perri Nemiroff
"Saturday Night Live" will launch its historic 40th season in high style with host Chris Pratt and musical guest Ariana Grande. The season will begin September 27. "Parks and Recreation's" Pratt became a major star this summer thanks to Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy," and he'll lead the ensemble cast of 2015's "Jurassic World." The episode will mark Grande's debut as musical guest, after ruling the summer charts with a string of hits from her album "My Everything," as well as a guest spot on Jessie J's "Bang Bang" with Nicki Minaj. Meanwhile, the October 4 episode will be hosted by recent Emmy winner and "SNL" alum Sarah Silverman. She was a writer and featured player for the show's 1993–94 season, and this will be her first time as host. Maroon 5 will return for their fifth appearance as musical guest on the episode, riding high on singles "Maps" and "Animals, »
- Dave Lewis
Chris Pratt, who charmed the nation this summer thanks to his French braiding skills and his turn in Guardians of the Galaxy, will host the season premiere of Saturday Night Live, NBC announced Wednesday. Ariana Grande will be the musical guest. Sarah Silverman will host the second show of the year, alongside musical guest Maroon 5. Both Pratt and Silverman will make their hosting debuts, though Silverman was a writer and featured player on the show during the 1993-94 season, and was fired after that one season. “You know, Saturday Night Live, I was a kid—I was not yet defined as a comedian, »
- Esther Zuckerman
Saturday Night Live's 40th Season starts with Chris Pratt taking the 8H stage as host.  The Parks and Recreation actor starred in this summer's box office smash Guardians of the Galaxy and will be seen in the upcoming film Jurassic World.
Ariana Grande will make her SNL musical guest debut. Ariana Grande is currently sitting at Number One on the Billboard 200 chart with her album "My Everything," a year after her major label debut "Yours Truly" topped the chart.
On October 4, Sarah Silverman will return to 8H for her first time as host.  Taken from Sarah Silverman's Emmy-winning HBO special, her comedy album "Sarah Silverman: We Are Miracles" is due out September 23.
Maroon 5 returns for their fifth appearance as musical guest on October 4.  The Grammy Award winning group's latest album, "V," has already sparked hits including "Maps" and "Animals."
'Saturday Night Live' has landed two huge breakout stars for their season premiere.
Saturday Night Live has landed the biggest breakout stars of 2014 for their season 40 premiere.
On Sept. 27, Guardians of the Galaxy actor Chris Pratt will host the show, while Ariana Grande will be his musical guest. This will be Pratt's first time hosting, and the 21-year-old "Problem" singer's first time performing on SNL.
Video: Chris Pratt Braids an Et Intern's Hair Perfectly
After the Parks and Recreation star's big debut, Emmy winner Sarah Silverman shows up with Maroon 5 for the Oct. 4 show. Silverman was on SNL's staff from 1993-1994, but this too will be her first time ever hosting.
The 40th season of the iconic show will be celebrated on NBC with a live three-hour special on Feb. 15, 2015. Past and present cast members are said to be making an appearance.
Do you think Pratt and Silverman are good choices to guest »
Saturday Night Live is opening its 40th season with the star of summer's biggest blockbuster. Guardians of the Galaxy's Chris Pratt will take the stage at Studio 8H as host of the Sept. 27 season opener. Pratt also co-stars on NBC's Parks and Recreation and will next be seen on the big screen in Jurassic World. Ariana Grande, whose latest album, My Everything, debuted at No. 1, makes her SNL debut as the episode's musical guest. Sarah Silverman, whose comedy album Sarah Silverman: We Are Miracles drops on Sept. 23, returns for the first time as host on the
- Philiana Ng
“Parks and Recreation” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” star Chris Pratt will host the Season 40 premiere of NBC's “Saturday Night Live,” the network said Wednesday. Musical guest Ariana Grande will join the comic actor on Sept. 27 in her show debut. Also read: Diversity Backlash, ‘The Beygency’ and a Bloodbath: A Look at ‘SNL’ Season 39 Highs and Lows On Oct. 4, comedienne Sarah Silverman will host and musical guest Maroon 5 will perform in 30 Rock's famed Studio 8H. Silverman is a former “SNL” writer and occasional performer who had a short-lived run on the long-running series. Also read: Brooks Wheelan on ‘SNL’ Firing:. »
- Tony Maglio
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