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Which Comedians Have the Best Post-‘Saturday Night Live’ TV Careers? — IndieWire Critics Survey

Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of TV critics two questions and publishes the results on Tuesday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best show currently on TV?” can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: Which “Saturday Night Live” alum has the best post-“SNL” television career?

Soraya Nadia McDonald (@SorayaMcDonald), The Undefeated

It’s gotta be Tina Fey, right? So many “SNL” alums have attempted to make the jump to movies, with varying degrees of success. Poor Chris Kattan. But Tina Fey really has a way with television (“30 Rock,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” “Great News”) that trumps her film career. And I think it’s because Tina’s an excellent writer and television is still such a writers’ medium. She really seems like a natural at showrunning and she has a partner she clearly trusts in Robert Carlock. But I
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New ‘Roseanne’ Trailer: Watch Roseanne Ride a Stair Lift (Video)

In case you haven’t heard, ABC is bringing back “Roseanne,” its hit sitcom from the ’80s and ’90s. But of course you have: The media blitz has included a number of trailers, a panel at January’s Television Critics Association press tour, and even a branded Nascar race. Well, we’ve got another video teaser for you today — and though it starts the same as some others, a few new and funny scenes follow the requisite “Remember These Guys?” opening. Also Read: How Much TV Homes Would Cost on Airbnb, From 'Stranger Things,' to 'Roseanne,' to 'Seinfeld' (Exclusive) “Do you get points on your...
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Slideshow: 20 Portraits From The Hollywood Show in Chicagoland on March 17-18, 2018

Previous | Image 1 of 20 | NextStefanie Powers from TV’s ‘Hart to Hart.’

Chicago – The TV, movie and entertainment world is coming back to Chicagoland with The Hollywood Show on March 17th and 18th, 2018, at the Hyatt Rosemont/Chicago O’Hare Hotel in Rosemont, Ill. The event gives fans and admirers an opportunity to meet and get pictures with celebrities and take advantage of vendors offering show business memorabilia.

This year’s show is focusing on 1960s, ‘70s and ‘80s nostalgia, as Tony Dow and Jerry Mathers (Wally and the Beaver from “Leave it to Beaver”) will make their first Chicago appearance. Also in attendance will be Lyle Waggoner from the “Carol Burnett Show,” Linda Blair from “The Exorcist,” Parker Stevenson from “The Hardy Boys” and Julie McCullough from “Growing Pains,” among other big names. Click here for a complete list. is at The Hollywood Show every year, and photographer
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Larry David's Face Immortalized With $150,000 Chain

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Larry David's legacy is now cemented in gold -- literally -- thanks to a $150,000 chain of the comedian's mug. Larry's been immortalized in a piece purchased by Executive Producer and manager David Weintraub. David's a huge fan of the "Seinfeld" creator and wanted to honor him with some bling. The piece -- created by Moses the Jeweler in NYC -- weighs about 200 grams. The Larry mold features 300 diamonds and the chain he swings on is made with 200 additional diamonds.
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‘Sundays With Alec Baldwin’ Review: ABC’s Talk Show Is Already on the Edge of Disaster

‘Sundays With Alec Baldwin’ Review: ABC’s Talk Show Is Already on the Edge of Disaster
“Sundays With Alec Baldwin” is, on every conceivable level, meant to be simple, inoffensive television. From the ’60s multi-color ABC logo that kicks off the episode to the colorful set complete with blue chairs (that make Baldwin’s eyes pop like crazy), the hourlong talk show is meant to be a throwback to “Dick Cavett and Tom Snyder,” as Baldwin notes in his introduction — a return to TV’s roots. Maybe some insights pop up here and there while the host chats with his famous “friends,” but the superficially personal conversations and big-name sheen are more important than honest-to-goodness candor.

This is all well and good in theory, save two points: First, talk shows like “Sundays With Alec Baldwin” never went away. Or, at the very least, they’ve been back for a while, in a new form: They’re called podcasts, and Baldwin already has one. Nothing makes his
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Sundays with Alec Baldwin

Network: ABC. Episodes: Ongoing (hour). Seasons: Ongoing. TV show dates: March 4, 2018 — present. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Alec Baldwin (host). TV show description: The Sundays with Alec Baldwin TV show is an hourlong weekly talk show, hosted by the 30 Rock alum and frequent Saturday Night Live guest star. Baldwin conducts one-on-one interviews with American pop culture luminaries. His inaugural guests were SNL's Kate McKinnon, and comedian Jerry Seinfeld, of Seinfeld fame. For years, Baldwin has hosted a podcast version of this format on Wync. It and the series feature candid conversations and deep discussions. The show hails from Baldwin's El Dorado Pictures. Jason Schrift executive produces. Read More…
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Sundays with Alec Baldwin: Season One Viewer Votes

How much are you enjoying the first season of the Sundays with Alec Baldwin TV show on ABC? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether the TV show Sundays with Alec Baldwin is cancelled or renewed for season two. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of the Sundays with Alec Baldwin season one episodes below. An ABC TV series, Sundays with Alec Baldwin is an hourlong weekly talk show, hosted by the Match Game host, 30 Rock veteran, and frequent SNL guest. It features Baldwin conducting one-on-one interviews with American pop culture luminaries. His inaugural guests on the new ABC TV series are SNL‘s Kate McKinnon and comedian Jerry Seinfeld, of Seinfeld fame. For years, Baldwin has
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10 Awesome Pre Fame Celebrity Appearances on Seinfeld

While some of the celebrities on this list didn’t go too far after Seinfeld their appearances on the show were in effect one of the reasons why they continued to get work afterwards. The pre-fame appearances put forth by these individuals were often funny and compelling enough to get them noticed by other networks. A couple of them weren’t there for that long while some of them popped up in a few different episodes. Every one of them was memorable though in their own way. You might remember the episodes they showed up in or you might not but it’s

10 Awesome Pre Fame Celebrity Appearances on Seinfeld
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Alec Baldwin Talks Weinstein, Trump, #MeToo in Talk Show Debut

Alec Baldwin stepped into his new hosting duties Sunday night as his talk show, Sundays With Alec Baldwin, premiered on ABC after the Academy Awards. He welcomed first guests Jerry Seinfeld and Saturday Night Live’s Kate McKinnon.

Throughout the hourlong premiere, the actor engaged in in-depth conversations with both stars, touching on topics that ranged from pivotal moments in their career, the #MeToo movement and political impersonations on SNL.

Seinfeld served as the series' first guest, and he and Baldwin discussed the Seinfeld star's comedy roots and how he has maintained a calm demeanor despite cultivating massive success throughout his career. “I feel...
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Writer-Director Larry Charles Signs With UTA

UTA has signed writer, director and producer Larry Charles. Charles is best known for his collaborations with Larry David in television and with Sacha Baron Cohen in features. Charles was a writer-producer on NBC’s Seinfeld, co-created by David, and has served as director/producer on David’s followup series, HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm. Charles won an Emmy (with Elaine Pope) for writing an episode of Seinfeld and shared a best comedy series Emmy for the NBC sitcom with the…
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How Saoirse Ronan Embarrassed Herself in Front of Lorne Michaels

How Saoirse Ronan Embarrassed Herself in Front of Lorne Michaels
With her first Golden Globes win, third Oscar nomination and a Saturday Night Live hosting debut, Saoirse Ronan has had a memorable few months. The Lady Bird star sits down with Sunday Today's Willie Geist to talk about her love of comedy and to spill details on how she managed to embarrass herself in front of SNL's Lorne Michaels. Ronan says, "I grew up watching things like Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm... The Three Amigos is mine and my dad's favorite film." In her wildest dreams, she could've never imagined that she'd actually meet one of the writers of that very movie. On her first day on the SNL set, Ronan visited Michaels'...
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‘Seinfeld’ Seasons Ranked from Worst to Best

Whether or not you've seen all 180 episodes of the TV sitcom classic Seinfeld, there's a good chance you're living through one of their plots right now. In the nine seasons of Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld's brainchild, just about every conceivable situation, relationship, and awkward occurrence was covered. Parking space disputes, frustrating customer service experiences, even sexual dysfunction; these were the everyday topics that made the show so relatable to television audiences. Not every episode was created equal, however, and by extension, some seasons of Seinfeld are simply better than others. To be clear, you …
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus “Ready To Rock” After Cancer Surgery, Shares Photo

Julia Louis-Dreyfus told cancer just what it could do, and her brash Veep character would be proud. “Hoorah!,” Louis-Dreyfus posted on her Instagram page today. “Great doctors, great results, feeling happy and ready to rock after surgery. Hey cancer, ‘F*ck you!’ Here's my first post-op photo.” The ex-Seinfeld actress has been posting periodic updates since disclosing her cancer diagnosis last September, including an October Instagram message that featured a funny video…
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Jerry Seinfeld Teases Possibility Of A ‘Seinfeld’ Reunion [Video]

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Jerry Seinfeld appeared on Ellen teased the very remote possibility of a Seinfeld reunion series. At the same time, his lawyer responded to a lawsuit about the comedian’s streaming series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Jerry Seinfeld On Seinfeld Reuinon Host Ellen DeGeneres, 60, brought up the idea of a comeback when she mentioned how plenty of other older shows […]

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A Seinfeld Revival? Jerry Seinfeld Admits to Ellen: 'It's Possible'

A Seinfeld Revival? Jerry Seinfeld Admits to Ellen: 'It's Possible'
Seinfeld fans, a warning: This news may make you want to shove the nearest person and shout, “Get! Out!”

Jerry Seinfeld, in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres on Tuesday’s Ellen, didn’t rule out the idea of a Seinfeld revival. In fact, when asked if his iconic ’90s sitcom could follow in the footsteps of recent revivals like Will & Grace and Roseanne, he admitted: “It’s possible.” Cue the loud screams of approval from Ellen’s studio audience.

Now, a note of caution: Seinfeld didn’t elaborate on the “it’s possible” comment, and there are no concrete
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A Seinfeld Revival Is "Possible," Jerry Seinfeld Says

A Seinfeld Revival Is
The saying goes, "Never say never," and despite saying never in the past, it seems Jerry Seinfeld may be changing his tune about a Seinfeld reboot/revival. When Seinfeld stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show to discuss Comedians in Cards Getting Coffee, which will feature Ellen DeGeneres, the talk show host asked Seinfeld about the recent uptake in sitcom revivals. "All these sitcoms are having a resurgence," DeGeneres says. "Roseanne is doing it, I heard Murphy Brown—is that really true, Murphy Brown is doing it?" "Murphy Brown? And Candice Bergen is coming back?" Seinfeld asks. "I think I know where you're going with this, but why don't you finish it." ...
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2018 Oscars production team: Emmy-winning veterans return for 90th annual Academy Awards

2018 Oscars production team: Emmy-winning veterans return for 90th annual Academy Awards
Oscar producers Michael De Luca and Jennifer Todd are surrounding themselves with many of the veterans that helped them make their first stint last year such a success, barring that last-minute snafu with the Best Picture envelope. On Friday they confirmed the top-notch production team for the upcoming 90th annual Academy Awards on March 4. As the producers noted, “This team brings more than 90 years of combined Oscars telecast experience. Collaborating with them as we celebrate the 90th year of the Oscars is both fitting and thrilling.”

Director: Glenn Weiss

The Emmy-winning helmer of the Tony Awards is returning to oversee the telecast for a third year running. He has won 13 Emmy Awards, including one for the 89th Oscars, for which he also won a DGA Award. Weiss has directed numerous televised events, including 17 Tony Awards shows. Other directing credits include multiple “Primetime Emmy Awards,“ “The Kennedy Center Honors,” “Billboard Music Awards,
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The Real Life Origins of the X-Men’s Blackbird Jet

This is Foggy Ruins of TIme, a feature that provides the cultural context behind certain comic book characters/behaviors. You know, the sort of then-topical references that have faded into the “foggy ruins of time.” To wit, twenty years from now, a college senior watching episodes of “Seinfeld” will likely miss a lot of the then-topical pop culture humor (like the very specific references in “The Understudy” to the Nancy Kerrigan/Tonya Harding scandal).

Today, we look at how the X-Men essentially just adopted a real life jet and the jet has now become more famous as being the X-Men’s fictional plane than being a real life marvel of aerospace engineering.
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TVLine Items: Legion Season 2 Date, Seinfeld Vet Visits Sheldon and More

TVLine Items: Legion Season 2 Date, Seinfeld Vet Visits Sheldon and More
Legion will return to FX with its second season on Tuesday, April 3 at 10/9c.

Based on the Marvel comic and created by Fargo‘s Noah Hawley, Legion follows David Haller (Dan Stevens) as he discovers his hidden powers. Hawley hinted to TVLine back in July that David is still on his journey of self-discovery as the second season opens.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Seinfeld‘s Jason Alexander will guest-star on Episode 16 of CBS’ Young Sheldon as Mr. Lundy, a drama teacher at Medford High, Variety reports.

* Saturday Night Live’s Leslie Jones will guest-star as
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