A lot has happened in the news since Saturday Night Live closed its 41st season in May - and most of it has focused on a certain presidential nominee with candy-floss hair.
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There’s a reason Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan choose to reside in Jupiter, Fla. - and it's not just for the golf courses and rock-bottom property tax rates.
Saturday Night Live finales are known for linking to the past with surprise reunions of as many former cast members as possible.
What do you do when you have Julia Louis-Dreyfus- one of the funniest, sharpest, and talented actresses around – at your disposal for the week as host of Saturday Night Live?
UFC fighter Ronda Rousey could knock out every single Saturday Night Live cast member before breakfast, but when it came to hosting the show, it was clear the writers felt nervous about leaving her out there on her own.
Ryan Gosling hadn’t even finished his monologue before declaring his love for Canada, so for most of us Canadians watching Saturday Night Live last night, we hit the jackpot early.
It’s not exactly a boost of confidence when most of North America would rather pay $100 for a pay-per-view boxing match than watch your show for free.
In his monologue, ‘Avengers’ star Chris Hemsworth admitted the last time he was on live TV, he was a contestant on the Australian version of Dancing With the Stars.
When asked about his upcoming Saturday Night Live gig as host and musical guest, country star Blake Shelton told Access Hollywood he “had no pride” and was willing to try “whatever they want to throw at me.”
The final Saturday Night Live of 2014 was a lot like New Year’s Eve: a lot of hype before a big letdown.
Give it up for the writers this week. They created one of the most consistently funny episodes of the season and did host Cameron Diaz proud. How good was it? Even the cold open worked - a minor miracle if you've been following this season.
Woody Harrelson left his True Detective character Marty Hart in the Louisiana swamp where he belonged, and got back in touch with his Cheers-era goof while hosting Saturday Night Live last night.
Judging by the cream-coloured leotard Jim Carrey was wearing last night, it was clear he wasn’t going to let anyone forget this Saturday Night Live episode anytime soon.
In Bill Hader, Saturday Night Live didn’t just get a host, they got a sketch machine, along with several dozen characters and impersonations the audience already knows and loves.
Since it’s kind of hard to hate on a cancer survivor and his pal (B.C. bartenders Ryan Steele and Rob Goddard), Olympic hockey heroes (Natalie Spooner and Meaghan Mikkelson) or long-haired hug addicts (Mickey Henry and Pete Schmalz) the finale was almost guaranteed to have a satisfying, feel-good ending.
If there’s one thing Amazing Racers have learned this season, it’s that karma really catches up on you fast in this game.
After a whirlwind trip to Paris, the five remaining Amazing Race teams came back to Canada for the home stretch and were eased back into North American life gently, with a one-way ticket to The Paris of Canada: Montreal. Not surprisingly, the challenges awaiting them there had a very..uh..shall we say “European” quality to them?
The City of Lights was the setting for romance and ultimate revenge as the teams navigated around the snobby locals, buttery pastries and narrow cobblestone streets of Paris.
First-class plane tickets, trips to exotic locales, and brand new electric cars are just some of the pricey perks teams have been given so far on The Amazing Race Canada – but one modern luxury the show seems to have left out? A stupid GPS.
If whining, panicking, and being in a constant state of desperation were the makings of a champion –Sukhi and Jinder Atwal would wake up to find themselves on a Wheaties box.