02:35 PM EDT 05/16/2016
Originally posted 05/12/2016 09:00AM
Two of Saturday Night Live's most beloved alums are joining forces in NBC's newest offering: Maya & Marty.
Maya Rudolph and Martin Short headline the new comedy show that promises to be full of music, stars and unique characters created by the duo of improv experts.
PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly can exclusively reveal the spectacular's first promo art, which shows Rudolph, 43, and Short, 66, up close and personal (and hilarious) with the tagline "Together, they're one of a kind."
Originally posted 04/27/2016 02:55PM
The former Dancing with the Stars pro and the comedy legend are the latest stars to join the cast of NBC's next small-screen musical event, Hairspray Live!.
WATCH: Prince's Star-Studded Performance from SNL's 40th Anniversary Party Is Now Available for Your Viewing Pleasure
Originally posted 04/23/2016 05:25PM
A year after Prince performed "Let's Go Crazy" at the Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary special's afterparty, a full video of the incredible performance has finally been released.
Originally posted 03/01/2016 11:45AM
A glamorous Oscars afterparty deserves an equally glam photo booth – and that's exactly what the Vanity Fair Academy Awards afterparty delivered.
Originally posted 10/23/2015 03:35PM
Today in: "There's a holiday for everything now."
Originally posted 08/28/2015 06:40PM
In case you were wondering what a Ryan Reynolds-Martin Short love child would look like, Reynolds has got your answer.
Originally posted 07/12/2015 11:55AM
David Letterman couldn't just stand by and be silent when he heard billionaire Donald Trump is running for President.
Originally posted 06/05/2015 02:15PM
Sure, Tina Fey and Martin Short are eternally devoted to comedy legend Steve Martin, who was honored with the American Film Institute's 43rd Life Achievement Award Thursday – but that doesn't mean they could resist a few jabs in his direction.
Originally posted 04/13/2015 02:50PM
If David Letterman's only goal for his final weeks as Late Show host is to to welcome a galaxy of A-list stars, he has more than succeeded.
George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Robert Downey Jr., Tom Hanks and Oprah Winfrey are just a few of the top-liners sending off Letterman after more than 20 years behind the desk at the Ed Sullivan Theater.
On Monday, the host announced which celebrities will be appearing on his final 28 broadcasts of the Late Show, airing on CBS over the next month and a half in advance of the show's grand finale on May 20.
Originally posted 04/06/2015 04:15PM
Although celebrity dermatologist Dr. Fredric Brandt had been upset about comparisons to a character on Tina Fey's Netflix series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, the show did not cause his apparent suicide Sunday, a source tells PEOPLE.
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