After a summer of politics at its weirdest, the show’s best foot forward amounted to five minutes of mediocrity. For the best in the business, it’s inexcusable— but it’s not inexplicable.
The live broadcast abruptly ended when Kanye began to speak. Viewers were certain he had plenty to say, but NBC and ‘Saturday Night Live’ didn’t want to show it.
There’s no way to make comedy didactic, so the enforcers of mandatory ‘woke’ culture are coming to destroy comedy altogether.
Who needs laughter when you can use your broadcast time to lazily slam the president or talk about a rape and be hailed as a hero?
The comedian took to his Instagram story to lament the state of stand-up comedy post-2016.
The Emmy show will be hosted by head ‘Saturday Night Live’ writers Michael Che and Colin Jost, who aren’t preachy about politics and have a good rapport.
The self-presentation of this 35-year-old, nice, honest, and successful as he is, suggests there’s no future ahead — certainly not in playing parents to a pet.
You need to listen to this song and watch this music video, because it’s a cultural moment that cannot be avoided.
You have Donald Trump accuser Stormy Daniels on the ‘Saturday Night Live’ set, and this lame, convoluted, cold open is what the writers chose?
Last week, the feisty, no-nonsense White House press secretary was the subject of three unflattering—if not egregiously sexist—portrayals from haters on the Left.
SNL’s Kellyanne Conway sketch just convinces Trump supporters that the modern left is illiberal, intolerant.
‘Saturday Night Live’ accidentally made conservative points about the failures of the feminist movement. Too bad organizers of the Women’s March on Washington aren’t paying attention.
Democrats looking to figure out what went wrong and how to recover would actually be well-advised, for once, to take a cue from “Saturday Night Live.”
Wouldn’t it be great if our elite artists understood we were a large nation, but weak, and need to light a match so we can locate one another?
Jon Stewart attacked a show featuring political debate and strengthened the world where cultural elites mock those with whom they disagree. Take a bow.
Kaitlan Collins, entertainment editor at The Daily Caller, joins Mary Katharine Ham on The Federalist Radio Hour.
Mary Katharine Ham is joined by Politico Reporter Hadas Gold on today’s Federalist Radio Hour
‘You’re hurting America.’ Those are the words that killed late-night comedy and gave birth to advocacy-with-jokes.
Hillary Clinton joined the cast of Saturday Night Live during one of the most uncomfortable cameo appearances ever.
Louis CK told jokes about racism, the Israel-Palestine conflict and child molestation. They were offensive — but also funny. Deal with it.
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