James Austin Johnson

“Saturday Night Live” returned after the holiday break with host Keke Palmer making a big announcement: She is having a baby! “People have been in my comments, saying, ‘Keke’s having a baby,’ ‘Keke’s pregnant,’ and I want to set the record straight,” Palmer said in her opening monologue. “I am!”…

“I denounce anti-Semitism in all its forms and stand with my friends in the Jewish community.”

“Saturday Night Live” spoofed the Netflix series, “The Watcher” with a digital parody sketch called “The Looker,” with Amy Schumer, in her third turn as host of the show. Schumer earned big laughs as a mom revealed to have a habit of eating a second meals at night and other…

“Saturday Night Live” lampooned Democratic unease about the midterm elections, with James Austin Johnson’s President Biden introducing a new roster of celebrity candidates in the show’s cold open.

“Saturday Night Live” imagined a future where a partnership with Kanye West finally made Skechers cool in its Halloween episode.

“Saturday Night Live”‘s cold open focused on the national drama surrounding hard-fought elections in Georgia, Pennsylvania and Arizona in the opening sketch of Season 48’s fourth episode. Portraying Dr. Mehmet Oz, cast member Mikey Day, donned a Phillies hat and awkwardly spoke of having a delicious “Philadelphia Cheese and Steak.” Day,…

The audience audibly gasped when James Austin Johnson’s Donald Trump asked, “Is Pence dead yet?”

Jack Harlow will serve as the host and musical guest on the next episode of “Saturday Night Live,” set to air on Oct. 29. “SNL” announced the booking on this week’s episode, which also features another music star as both host and musical guest: Megan Thee Stallion. This marks the…

“Saturday Night Live” opened its third episode of the season by taking on the Jan. 6 committee hearings, starring Kenan Thompson as United States Representative Bennie G. Thompson (D-MS). And the theme of the sketch was quite simple: No matter how bad the attempts to stage a coup and overthrow the nation were, there’s no…

“Saturday Night Live” lampooned the seemingly endless barrage of bad headlines in in the opening sketch of Season 48’s second episode. Bowen Yang starred in the opener as a game show host for “So You Think You Won’t Snap,” a program which features contestants being read real-life headlines in an…

“Saturday Night Live” poked some fun at its own expense during its cold opening as season 48 of the sketch show kicked off on Oct. 1. Following the mass exodus of some of the show’s most prominent cast members, host Miles Teller and the “SNL” writers did not hold anything back. Teller, who recently starred…

After a summer filled with cast exits and goodbyes, “Saturday Night Live” opened its 48th Season by poking fun at both frequent target President Trump and its own rebuilding period. The sketch starred the premiere’s host Miles Teller and cast member Andrew Dismukes as sports stars and brother’s Peyton and…