If you're missing "SNL" take a trip down memory lane with some of the funniest moments of the season so far.
After a week of working from home or—even worse—not working at all due to the novel coronavirus' increasing spread across the country, a little comedy over the weekend could do us all some good.
The Massachusetts senator dropped out of the Democratic presidential race on Thursday.
Your favorite MI6 agent actually has a forever-Bond girl.
Dratch's comments came not long after the Minnesota senator announced that she is ending her 2020 presidential campaign.
Comedian John Mulaney returned to Studio 8H once again this past weekend, to host the sketch-comedy show for the third time.
The comedy show did not hold back when addressing the coronavirus and New Yorkers' disdain for LaGuardia Airport in a new sketch.
The comedian—and former 'SNL' writer—is returning to host the sketch-comedy show for the third time.
John Mulaney shared a video of former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg saying he would like the comic to play him in a movie. Mulaney tweeted that he would accept, as he accepts all movie offers.
Justin Bieber makes a return to perform as the show's musical guest.
NBC announced that next week's "Saturday Night Live" will be hosted by NFL star J.J. Watt, with RuPaul hosting the following week.
"But if you would have told me 30 years ago that I would be this boring, stay-at-home house dad and Bill Cosby would be in jail, even I would have took that bet," Eddie Murphy said during his opening monologue on 'Saturday Night Live.'
Britain's Niall Horan will take the 'SNL' stage as the musical guest.
The "Saturday Night Live" crew is off for the Thanksgiving holiday but they'll be back with a new host soon.
King Princess will take over the "SNL" stage.
SNL's sketch came days after NBC News was derided on social media for an article that claimed the first witnesses testifying in the inquiry "lacked the pizzazz necessary to capture public attention."
'SNL' is on, but you may have seen this episode already.
Newsweek chatted with a few "SNL" favorites about 45 years of the show, and—as expected—some of their responses were hilarious.
Chance the Rapper will also serve as the musical guest on "SNL."