"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."
Dr. David Shulkin has written in a new book about his time amid the "toxic, chaotic, and subversive" environment of the Trump administration.
Billie Eilish will perform for the first time on the show.
Chris Redd and Heidi Gardner, who joined 'SNL' as featured players, were just promoted to the regular cast.
"I'm fine with the consequences – that's it, I'm not arguing. But I do want everyone to know that I have been reading every one of my death threats in an Asian accent," Gills said.
The 45th season of the legendary sketch comedy series premieres September 28.
Leslie Jones leaving "Saturday Night Live" is a tragedy. Here are the sketches that prove why she was basically an "SNL" VIP.
"When women have a choice, women have freedom," Leslie Jones said.
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro used her Saturday evening show to rail against the "Deep State" and what she claims is a massive federal government conspiracy against President Donald Trump.
DJ Khaled will serve as the season finale performer, and it's going to be big.
Tina Fey celebrates turning 49 on May 18, 2019.
Shawn Mendes will serve as musical guest.
"I really love stupid murder plans that go awry," Hader tells Newsweek. "People trying to scam other people… I find that fascinating."