While President Donald Trump called into CNBC on Monday morning, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert wondered about the other shows he has called. The parody cold open showed clips of Trump “calling.. Mediaite - Published
In the Late Show with Stephen Colbert’s cold open, the show parodied President Donald Trump’s blanket refusal to comply with Congressional subpoenas, reimagining the classic, ’80s “This is.. Mediaite - Published
James Corden is celebrating a huge year of The Late Late Show with an hour in primetime. He kicks off the show with this song and dance inspired by Lizzo's hit "Juice." Watch tonight at 10/9c to relive..
The second most anticipated finale of May 19, 2019, has wrapped, featuring Paul Rudd as host, an emotional (and effective) tribute to Nipsey Hussle by DJ Khaled, SZA, Meek Mill and John Legend, and.. Newsday - Published
The cold open for this week's "Saturday Night Live" saw the Trump administration taking some liberties with a Queen classic. Alec Baldwin returned as President Donald Trump, letting America know that.. Newsmax - Published
Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now" is a fun song. Even when the lyrics are re-worked to celebrate the many transgressions and seemingly provable outright crimes of the Donald Trump administration.
Alec.. Mashable - Published
Alec Baldwin is returning to Saturday Night Live one last time this season! The 61-year-old actor stopped by the season 44 finale on Saturday (May 18) to reprise his role as President Trump. During the.. Just Jared - Published
Saturday Night time Are living aired its ultimate chilly open for its 44th season with a grand musical quantity that spoofed rock band Queen’s “Don’t Forestall Me Now” with a parody of U.S... The News Articles - Published Also reported by •Mediaite
It’s the season finale of “SNL,” and the NBC sketch show sent off season 44 with a musical extravaganza in the cold open — in which Alec Baldwin returned as Donald Trump to lead a parody of.. The Wrap - Published
We’re deep in the month of May now, which means that traditional TV season is coming to an end, and that includes season 44 of “SNL.” We are very near now to the conclusion of this season, which.. The Wrap - Published
Is there a joke here? Isn't this just what politics-as-usual looks like in 2019?
The latest Saturday Night Live cold open paid a visit to NBC's Meet the Press, as host Chuck Todd (Kyle Mooney) sits.. Mashable - Published
This week’s “Saturday Evening Are living” chilly open posed a query to most sensible Republicans all the way through a parody of NBC’s “Meet the Press”: “What would it not take for.. The News Articles - Published Also reported by •FOXNews.com
Saturday Evening Are living returned this week with a chilly open that featured a parody of the display Meet the Press with Chuck Todd. READ MORE: ‘SNL’ has Loughlin, Avenatti, Assange parodies.. The News Articles - Published
Saturday Night Live returned to politics tonight with a cold open that parodied Meet the Press and skewered Republican members of Congress. The sketch started off by introducing Chuck Todd — played.. Mediaite - Published
Saturday Night Live's May 4 cold open was a gift. It kept the tired political humor to a bare minimum and focused instead on a different kind of armageddon: the entertainment-pocalypse that sees Game.. Mashable - Published
Instead of going political for the cold open on the latest episode of Saturday Night Live, the show decided to do a sketch of Family Feud with the characters from Avengers and Game of Thrones! Kenan.. Just Jared - Published
Stephen Colbert hijacked United States Attorney General William Barr’s testimony, and dare we say he did a better job than the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Colbert started his interrogation of the.. The Wrap - Published
"Saturday Night Live" had a doozy of a cold open this week, skewering the arrest of Julian Assange, Michael Avenatti, Lori Loughlin and her alleged role in the college admissions scandal and even.. FOXNews.com - Published
What if Julian Assange, Lori Loughlin, and Michael Avenatti — all of whom are currently in a wee bit of legal jeopardy at the moment — ended up sharing a prison cell? What would they talk about?.. Mashable - Published
Michael Keaton appeared in the April 13 "Saturday Night Live" cold open sketch as Julian Assange to counter Kate McKinnon's Lori Loughlin and Pete Davidson's Michael Avenatti for who committed the.. Newsmax - Published
Saturday Night Live‘s cold open was Trump-free, but it wasn’t long into the show until the president’s border policies were the butt of jokes — this time, by the ladies of SNL’s parody of .. Mediaite - Published
Saturday Night Live took a break from Trumpian politics this week, instead, setting their cold open in a prison with some famous inmates, including Lori Loughlin, Michael Avenatti and Julian Assange... Mediaite - Published
Saturday Night Live's latest cold open chose as its target an overly handsy white male politician with a history of touching women inappropriately. Not, not that one. I'm talking about Joe.. Mashable - Published
Saturday Night Live opened up its latest show with a cold open skewering “touchy-feely” former Vice-President Joe Biden. Last week’s cold open was unusually short, this week, however, lacked such.. Mediaite - Published
Saturday Night Live found the humor in the complicated and confusing reveal of the Mueller Report in a star-studded cold open. Robert De Niro returned to the long-running comedy series to reprise his.. Just Jared - Published
"Russia, if you're watching, go to bed. Daddy won."
With those words, Donald Trump (well, Alec Baldwin who returned to the role this week) did a victory lap about the Mueller Report. The Saturday.. Mashable - Published
“Saturday Night Live” built the cold open of its newest episode around the report that Special Counsel Robert Mueller recently submitted following his two-year-long Russia investigation. FOXNews.com - Published