Showing All "Saturday Night Live" Posts

The Black Keys' Turn Blue is out on Tuesday and last night the band returned to Saturday Night Live to play a couple of songs from the album. You can watch their performances of "Fever" and "Bullet…   Read Story »
It's a big day for goofy promo videos featuring the Black Keys! First it was the Turn Blue tour announcement; now it's the promos for their appearance on SNL this weekend. Below, watch Patrick Carney…   Read Story »
Coldplay made their fifth appearance on SNL last night, performing two songs from Ghost Stories and lending Chris Martin to kiss host Andrew Garfield in a Spider-Man sketch. Earlier in the episode,…   Read Story »
Spring has finally sprung, which means what remains of the traditional network TV season is winding down, and with it the 39th season of Saturday Night Live. As such, the show announced its hosts and…   Read Story »
Anna Kendrick is a triple threat — she sings and acts and does that thing with cups — so she was a natural in her first time hosting Saturday Night Live. The series is in a transitional season,…   Read Story »
If Anna Kendrick and Pharrell are going to get together to work on anything, it should really be a Pitch Perfect sequel where they only cover early Neptunes tracks. As it is, though, the two will…   Read Story »
UK rising star Sam Smith brought his divinely honeyed vocal cords and charming doofus stage presence to Saturday Night Live last night, and he went the balladeer's route. Smith performed his recent…   Read Story »
Tomorrow night's episode of Saturday Night Live is already an automatic DVR because Louis C.K. is hosting the thing. But it's an added bonus that the British soul singer Sam Smith will serve as…   Read Story »
Saturday Night Live has announced its next round of hosts and musical guests, and it represents the biggest stateside look yet in the career of Disclosure collaborator and "Money On My Mind" singer…   Read Story »
The National made their SNL debut tonight in an episode hosted by Lena Dunham. The show featured cameos from Liam Neeson, Jon Hamm, and Fred Armisen and parodies of Scandal and Girls (in a trailer…   Read Story »