Saturday Night Live‘s cast tends to change from season to season. But not everyone saw this change coming. Jim Carrey started impersonating President-elect Joe Biden on the show prior to the 2020 election. However, he recently announced he planned to exit the role. The comedian recently broke the news to fans on his Twitter page.
Devon Sawa, the actor who starred in the iconic Eminem video for the song Stan, is speaking out about the recent SNL skit. In the parody, Pete Davidson played a character named Stew, who spoofed Sawa’s likeness in the music video. However, Devon wasn’t made about the skit. In fact, he claims that he liked
Kanye West and Issa Rae appear to be in a bit of a feud. The tiff started not long after the comedian poked fun at the recording artist on the latest episode of Saturday Night Live. According to E Online, the sketch that started the fight had to do with the upcoming election. In the
Saturday Night Live returned on October 3 with new episodes. Chris Rock hosted the premiere. But when Bill Burr appeared, he got some very mixed reactions. While some people slammed him, others think Americans forgot their sense of humor in 2020. Saturday Night Live – Bill Burr upsets many fans Bill Burr’s a comic. People
Saturday Night Live is well-known for parodying political candidates. It’s practically become a staple of election seasons. The United States Presidential Election is only 47 days away, so it’s time for the SNL skits to begin. Everyone expects Alec Baldwin to reprise his role as President Donald Trump, but who will play former Vice President
Have you heard of the Tiger King series coming soon? Right now, the project is called Joe Exotic and comedienne Kate McKinnon will portray the infamous Carole Baskin. McKinnon will also be one of the show’s executive producers. This new creation is based on the Wondery podcast called, Joe Exotic. Viewers will see McKinnon and
Remember MacGruber? Will Forte and Kristen Wiig starred in the 2010 comedy film based on a fan-favorite Saturday Night Live sketch. Get ready — Peacock reportedly ordered a MacGruber television series. Peacock ordered eight episodes so far. Will Forte will reprise his role as MacGruber. Ryan Phillippe and Kristen Wiig will likely join the cast