Emmy Award winner and former head writer Tina Fey hosts SNL. This marks the first new show since the three-month Hollywood Writers' Strike as well as the first time Fey has hosted since she left SNL to create, executive produce and star in her award winning comedy "30 Rock." Featured sketches include Hillary Clinton (Amy Poehler) squaring off against Barack Obama (Fred Armisen) in the Democratic Debate; a Monologue with Tina learning how to act like a performer from comedic legend Steve Martin; Governor Mike Huckabee stopping by Weekend Update for a little too long; ...
Academy Award nominee Ellen Page hosts an all new SNL this week. For her role as an offbeat teenager who finds herself unexpectedly pregnant in the film "Juno," Page was recently honored as a Golden Globe, SAG and Independent Spirit Award nominee. America?s leading late-night sketch comedy show, now in its 33th season, features cast members Fred Armisen, Will Forte, Bill Hader, Darrell Hammond, Seth Meyers, Amy Poehler, Andy Samberg, Jason Sudeikis, Kenan Thompson, Kristen Wiig and featured player Casey Wilson. (Note: edited episode.)
Jonah Hill, star of the blockbuster hit "Superbad," hosts SNL. Featured sketches include former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer (Bill Hader) announcing his new law firm for embarrassing sex crimes; Jonah's monologue about how classy he is; MacGruber (Will Forte) has insecurity issues while diffusing a bomb; an SNL Digital Short where Andy Samberg finds out Jonah is dating his dad; and Tracy Morgan stops by Weekend Update to give his take on the politics and race. (Note: edited episode.)
Academy Award winner and film icon Christopher Walken returns again to host SNL this week for the seventh time. America's leading late-night sketch comedy show, now in its 33th season, features cast members Fred Armisen, Will Forte, Bill Hader, Darrell Hammond, Seth Meyers, Amy Poehler, Andy Samberg, Jason Sudeikis, Kenan Thompson, Kristen Wiig and featured player Casey Wilson. (Note: edited episode.)
Ashton Kutcher hosts an all new SNL. Kutcher, best-known for starring as Michael Kelso in "That 70s Show" as well as creating the hit MTV prank show "Punk'd," returns for the third time as host. (Note: edited episode.)
Shia LaBeouf hosts this episode, and My Morning Jacket is the musical guest. In the cold opener, Hillary Clinton (Amy Poheler) vows to be a sore loser if she doesn't win the 2008 Democratic Primaries. LeBeouf's monologue involves surprise visits from characters of past Indiana Jones movies. MacGruber's(Will Forte's) son comes out of the closet during an attempt to diffuse a bomb. A parody of 70's game show "Match Game" goes wrong when the host is found murdered, and the panel are prime suspects. Hardcore inmate Lorenzo McIntosh (Kenan Thompson) tries to scare a trio ...
Check out selected sketches from an all-new SNL this week featuring host, actress Anne Hathaway. Known for her role opposite Meryl Streep in "The Devil Wears Prada," this marks Hathaway's SNL hosting debut.
Check out selected sketches from an all-new SNL this week featuring host Josh Brolin. Brolin starred in last year's crime drama, "No Country for Old Men" and will portray President George W. Bush in the upcoming Oliver Stone film, "W."
Check out selected sketches from an all-new SNL this week featuring host Jon Hamm, star of AMC's hit show "Mad Men." Hamm received critical acclaim for his portrayal of 1960s advertising executive Don Draper, including the 2008 Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series.