Saturday Night Live has been on the air since 1975, but certain skits have become so popular that they were adapted into feature-length films.
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The upcoming live-action/CGI Tom and Jerry movie casts Colin Jost, who's most known for being a Weekend Update anchor on Saturday Night Live.
The Baroness Von Sketch Show is all about female-led comedy... and these skits are the best of the best.
Boo Boo Jeffries is a character from Saturday Night Live's parody video game Death Fight 12. Boo Boo was played on the show by Tiffany Haddish.
David S. Pumpkins became a viral sensation after Tom Hanks played him on SNL, but he originally tried to pass the character to Chris Hemsworth.
Bill Hader, former SNL alumni and star of the HBO series Barry, has the thrill of a lifetime by meeting his Dateline idol Keith Morrison.
Characters from both Game of Thrones and Avengers: Endgame go head to head in a game of Family Feud during a new Saturday Night Live sketch.
Former SNL star Adam Sandler returns to his Opera Man character, some 24 years after he last performed on the long-running sketch comedy series.
Adam Sandler's long-awaited return to SNL ended with a touching musical tribute to his co-star and close friend, the late Chris Farley.
Kenan Thompson officially announces, after much speculation, that he doesn't have any plans of leaving Saturday Night Live after this season.
Saturday Night Live teases the return of Adam Sandler with a horror-themed promo. From 1991 to 1995, he was a cast member on the comedy series.
Saturday Night Live is known for churning out great comedic talent, but it's also known for its hilarious original characters.
Saturday Night Live announces Emma Thompson and Paul Rudd as final season 44 hosts. They will host the May 11 and May 18 shows, respectively.
Saturday Night Live airs a sketch in which Julian Assange meets Lori Loughlin in prison. Michael Keaton and Kate McKinnon star in the cold open clip.
Kit Harington's clueless Game of Thrones co-stars just want season 8 spoilers in the star's hilarious Saturday Night Live opening monologue.