Saturday Night Live returned for its 40th season this weekend, hosted by Chris Pratt, fresh off the mammoth success of Guardians of the Galaxy.
How'd the show do on this important work anniversary? Let's take a look.
For so many stars, hearing Don Pardo say their name meant they'd arrived.
Don Pardo, the durable television and radio announcer whose booming baritone became as much a part of the cultural landscape as the shows and products he touted, including Saturday Night Live, died Monday in Arizona. He was 96.
What can we expect from Seth Meyers's Emmy Awards hosting gig?
If you followed Saturday Night Live last season, or were perhaps following our coverage of it, you may remember Kate McKinnon and Charlize Theron starring in a sketch about an adoption event at a cat shelter. (Sample line: "Damian is a feline sociopath. It's not that he's evil. He lacks empathy and goes into a dissociative state and commits atrocities.")
Well, apparently a cat shelter McKinnon visited the weekend prior to the sketch's airing was a little offended, and McKinnon's sorry about that.
Tracy Morgan's new show for FX is still on track and will begin filming when he has recovered from his injuries, the cable network said Tuesday.
Rumors that Tracy Morgan's leg is being amputated are false, his rep said Monday.
Saturday Night Live generally keeps its departed cast members close, unless you've done something to really offend the show. So having Golden Globe winner and Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Andy Samberg on to host the last episode of the show's season wasn't a stretch, though the parade of alumni the show brought out at different points felt appropriately momentous for a season-closer.