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Star Wars star Adam Driver is set to make his return to the comedy show Saturday Night Live to host the season 44 premiere on September 29.
Saturday Night Live cast member Leslie Jones discusses her desire for the long-running sketch series to branch away from political humor in season 44.
Donald Glover offered a preview of his take on Lando Calrissian during a topical skit on last night's episode of Saturday Night Live.
The multi-talented Donald Glover will host Saturday Night Live and perform as his musical alter ego Childish Gambino on an episode in May.
NBC's Saturday Night Live announces Chadwick Boseman, star of Marvel Studios' Black Panther, is set to hose the show in April.
J.J. Abrams makes a surprise cameo in a sketch for Saturday Night Live that was cut for time, announcing a new Star Wars movie: The Mos Eisley Five.
Alec Baldwin continues his Donald Trump impersonation on SNL, this time with a shout-out to Black Panther's nation of Wakanda.
This Is Us and Black Panther actor Sterling K. Brown is set to host an episode of Saturday Night Live in March with musical guest James Bay.
Did NBC forget to air Saturday Day Night Live live on the west coast this weekend? Or was there a comedy of errors when it came to scheduling?
Natalie Portman plays a very grown up version of Millie Bobby Brown's Eleven in a hilarious Stranger Things sketch from last night's SNL.
Natalie Portman takes a trip down memory lane as she reprises her Star Wars role of Queen Padme Amidala in a hilarious SNL bit.
SNL cast member and writer Michael Che reveals he pitched a sketch in which Thor accidentally killed a black teenager; Chris Hemsworth wasn't into it.
Michelle Williams is pleased with Mark Wahlberg's donation of All the Money in the World reshoot salary, but SNL looks at it differently.
SNL's Weekend Update anchor Colin Jost repeats the shocking, racially charged profanity uttered by Donald Trump earlier this week.
Saturday Night Live promotes Colin Jost and Michael Che, the two anchors of the Weekend Update desk, to co-head writers of the NBC series.
With the recent casting announcements for the live-action adaptation of Disney's The Lion King, NBC's premier sketch comedy show did some reimagining.