Beyoncé and Jay Z Support Solange's 'SNL' Debut"She's still our baby," wrote Solange and Beyoncé's mom Tina on Instagram. "We have been picking her up like this since she was 10 yrs old . On the legendary SNL stage."
Adele to Perform on 'SNL' in NovemberMatthew McConaughey will host the episode, but all eyes and ears will be on Adele.
5 Tracy Morgan Characters We Hope SNL Revives For His ReturnWhen Tracy Morgan makes his return, it is sure to be a special episode and we hope it’s full of classic characters that Morgan has played through the years.
SNL Releases the First Three Hosts For Season 41Musical guests haven't been made public yet, but with three amazing hosts to kick off season 41, I'm not sure I care all that much.
Tracy Morgan Will Host Saturday Night LiveMorgan's first performance since his accident will be hosting the show where he got his big break, 'Saturday Night Live.'
'I Am Chris Farley' Documentary Trailer Might Make You Tear Up: WatchConsidered one of the great comedians of his generation, Chris Farley is being remembered with a documentary that hits theaters this summer.
The 10 Best Sketches of 'Saturday Night Live' Season 40From jabs at ISIS to a Blake Shelton video and a very odd retelling of Jay Z's life, here are our favorites from the 40th season.
Rihanna Is Suddenly Louis C.K.'s Girlfriend in 'SNL' Promos: WatchShe's not so sure.
Thanks to 'SNL,' Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow Finally Gets Her Own MovieSaturday Night Live finally proved Marvel gets girls with a trailer for the new Black Widow movie: a romantic comedy that proves love isn't easy, even when you're an Avenger.
Carly Rae Jepsen Makes 'SNL' Debut with 'I Really Like You' & New Song 'All That' with Dev Hynes'Saturday Night Live' likes Carly Rae Jepsen so much they asked her to make her debut on the show without an official announcement of a new album.
George Ezra Brings Some 'Budapest' to 'SNL': WatchDwayne 'The Rock' Johnson hosted the episode.
Alabama Shakes Bring Down the House on 'Saturday Night Live': WatchDon't call it a sophomore slump. Not even close.