Saturday Night Live is an Emmy Award-winning late-night comedy showcase.
Since its inception in 1975, "SNL" has launched the careers of many of the brightest comedy performers of their generation. As The New York Times noted on the occasion of the show's Emmy-winning 25th Anniversary special in 1999, "in defiance of both time and show business convention, 'SNL' is still the most pervasive influence on the art of comedy in contemporary culture." At the close of the century, "Saturday Night Live" placed seventh on Entertainment Weekly's list of the Top 100 Entertainers of the past fifty years.
Futó sorozat 1975.10 - 2020.05 | 90 perc @NBC , US
Alkotók: Lorne Michaels, Dick Ebersol
Galéria Colin Jost (Colin Jost), Michael Che (Michael Che), Seth Meyers (Seth Meyers), Phil Hartman (Phil Hartman), Tina Fey (Tina Fey), Dennis Miller (Dennis Miller), Chris Farley (Chris Farley), Jimmy Fallon (Jimmy Fallon), Pete Davidson (Pete Davidson) És a többiek Amy Poehler (Amy Poehler), Kenan Thompson (Kenan Thompson), John Belushi (John Belushi), Cecily Strong (Cecily Strong), Norm Macdonald (Norm Macdonald), Mikey Day (Mikey Day), Kevin Nealon (Kevin Nealon), Kate McKinnon (Kate McKinnon), Aidy Bryant (Aidy Bryant), Heidi Gardner (Heidi Gardner), Kyle Mooney (Kyle Mooney), Alex Moffat (Alex Moffat), Chris Redd (Chris Redd), Ego Nwodim (Ego Nwodim), Colin Quinn (Colin Quinn), Chloe Fineman (Chloe Fineman), Bowen Yang (Bowen Yang), Melissa Villaseñor (Melissa Villaseñor), Beck Bennett (Beck Bennett), Darrell Hammond (Announcer), Andrew Dismukes (Andrew Dismukes), Punkie Johnson (Punkie Johnson), Fred Armisen (Fred Armisen), Andy Samberg (Andy Samberg), Maya Rudolph (Maya Rudolph), James Austin Johnson (James Austin Johnson), Don Pardo (Announcer), Will Ferrell (Will Ferrell), Sarah Sherman (Sarah Sherman), Rachel Dratch (Rachel Dratch), Kristen Wiig (Kristen Wiig), Tracy Morgan (Tracy Morgan), Darrell Hammond (Darrell Hammond), Bill Hader (Bill Hader), Jason Sudeikis (Jason Sudeikis), Lauren Holt (Lauren Holt), Aristotle Athari (Aristotle Athari), Chris Rock (Chris Rock), Dana Carvey (Dana Carvey), Molly Shannon (Molly Shannon), Chevy Chase (Chevy Chase), Chris Kattan (Chris Kattan), Ana Gasteyer (Ana Gasteyer), Horatio Sanz (Horatio Sanz), Leslie Jones (Leslie Jones), Garrett Morris (Garrett Morris), Bobby Moynihan (Bobby Moynihan), Bill Murray (Bill Murray), Jane Curtin (Jane Curtin), Laraine Newman (Laraine Newman), Martin Short (Martin Short), Tim Meadows (Tim Meadows), Vanessa Bayer (Vanessa Bayer), Gilda Radner (Gilda Radner), Adam Sandler (Adam Sandler), Chris Parnell (Chris Parnell), Dan Aykroyd (Dan Aykroyd), Mike Myers (Mike Myers), Taran Killam (Taran Killam), Will Forte (Will Forte), Nasim Pedrad (Nasim Pedrad), David Spade (David Spade), Abby Elliott (Abby Elliott), Jon Lovitz (Jon Lovitz), Jay Pharoah (Jay Pharoah), Cheri Oteri (Cheri Oteri), Eddie Murphy (Eddie Murphy), Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), Al Franken (Al Franken), Billy Crystal (Billy Crystal), Rob Schneider (Rob Schneider), Sarah Silverman (Sarah Silverman), Victoria Jackson (Victoria Jackson), Ellen Cleghorne (Ellen Cleghorne), Julia Sweeney (Julia Sweeney), Sasheer Zamata (Sasheer Zamata), Mike O'Brien (Mike O'Brien), Jan Hooks (Jan Hooks), Ben Stiller (Ben Stiller), Gilbert Gottfried (Gilbert Gottfried), Joe Piscopo (Joe Piscopo), Denny Dillon (Denny Dillon), Noël Wells (Noel Wells), Paul Brittain (Paul Brittain), Finesse Mitchell (Finesse Mitchell), David Koechner (David Koechner), Robert Downey, Jr. (Robert Downey, Jr.), Damon Wayans (Damon Wayans), Harry Shearer (Harry Shearer), Tom Davis (Tom Davis), Jim Downey (Jim Downey), Tom Schiller (Tom Schiller), George Coe (George Coe), Luke Null (Luke Null), Bill Hanrahan (Announcer), Mel Brandt (Announcer), Jon Rudnitsky (Jon Rudnitsky), John Milhiser (John Milhiser), Brooks Wheelan (Brooks Wheelan), Tim Robinson (Tim Robinson), Jenny Slate (Jenny Slate), Michaela Watkins (Michaela Watkins), Casey Wilson (Casey Wilson), Rob Riggle (Rob Riggle), Jeff Richards (Jeff Richards), Dean Edwards (Dean Edwards), Jerry Minor (Jerry Minor), Jim Breuer (Jim Breuer), Mark McKinney (Mark McKinney), Fred Wolf (Fred Wolf), Morwenna Banks (Morwenna Banks), Chris Elliott (Chris Elliott), Michael McKean (Michael McKean), Laura Kightlinger (Laura Kightlinger), Jay Mohr (Jay Mohr), Melanie Hutsell (Melanie Hutsell), Siobhan Fallon (Siobhan Fallon), Beth Cahill (Beth Cahill), Robert Smigel (Robert Smigel), A. Whitney Brown (A. Whitney Brown), Nora Dunn (Nora Dunn), Joan Cusack (Joan Cusack), Anthony Michael Hall (Anthony Michael Hall), Randy Quaid (Randy Quaid), Terry Sweeney (Terry Sweeney), Danitra Vance (Danitra Vance), Don Novello (Don Novello), Dan Vitale (Dan Vitale), Jim Belushi (Jim Belushi), Mary Gross (Mary Gross), Christopher Guest (Christopher Guest), Rich Hall (Rich Hall), Gary Kroeger (Gary Kroeger), Pamela Stephenson (Pamela Stephenson), Robin Duke (Robin Duke), Brad Hall (Brad Hall), Tim Kazurinsky (Tim Kazurinsky), Christine Ebersole (Christine Ebersole), Tony Rosato (Tony Rosato), Brian Doyle-Murray (Brian Doyle-Murray), Gail Matthius (Gail Matthius), Ann Risley (Ann Risley), Charles Rocket (Charles Rocket), Yvonne Hudson (Yvonne Hudson), Matthew Laurance (Matthew Laurance), Patrick Weathers (Patrick Weathers), Laurie Metcalf (Laurie Metcalf), Peter Aykroyd (Peter Aykroyd), Paul Shaffer (Paul Shaffer), Alan Zweibel (Alan Zweibel), Michael O'Donoghue (Michael O'Donoghue), Janeane Garofalo (Janeane Garofalo)
Owen Wilson kicks off the 47th season of "Saturday Night Live" when he serves as host for the first time on Oct. 2. Wilson recently wrapped the first season of "Loki" on Disney+ and next stars in Wes Anderson's "The French Dispatch" in theaters on Oct. 22.
Kacey Musgraves makes her second appearance as musical guest. The six-time Grammy Award winner's newest album, "star-crossed," debuted at #1 on Billboard's Top Album Sales Chart (dated Sept. 25) with a companion film now streaming on Paramount+.
Kim Kardashian West hosts "SNL" for the first time on Oct. 9. Kardashian West is a TV star, producer, activist, and entrepreneur.
Halsey appears for the fourth time as "SNL" musical guest. The Grammy-nominated artist just released the career-defining album "If I Can't Have Love, I Want Power," which debuted at #1 on Billboard's Top Current Albums chart.
Rami Malek makes his "SNL" hosting debut on Oct. 16. The Emmy and Academy Award-winning actor stars in "No Time to Die," the newest installment of the James Bond franchise, in theaters on Oct. 8.
Young Thug performs as musical guest for the first time. The Grammy Award winner's forthcoming album, "PUNK," will be released on Oct. 15.
Jason Sudeikis returns to Studio 8H for his first appearance as "SNL" host on Oct. 23. Sudeikis won Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Comedy Series as the co-creator, executive producer, and star of "Ted Lasso" on Apple TV+.
Brandi Carlile makes her musical guest debut. "In These Silent Days," the highly anticipated new album from the six-time Grammy Award winner, is set to be released on Oct. 1.
Kieran Culkin hosts "Saturday Night Live" for the first time on Nov. 6. Culkin earned an Emmy Award nomination for his work on HBO's "Succession," currently airing its third season.
Ed Sheeran will make his third appearance as "SNL" musical guest. The four-time Grammy Award winner's new album "=" was released on Oct. 29 to critical acclaim.
Jonathan Majors makes his first appearance as "SNL" host on Nov. 13. The Emmy Award-nominated actor stars in "The Harder They Fall," currently in select theaters and streaming Nov. 3 on Netflix.
Taylor Swift will take the stage as musical guest for the fifth time. The 11-time Grammy winner's "RED (Taylor's Version)" will be released on Nov. 12.
Simu Liu makes his "SNL" hosting debut on Nov. 20. Liu stars as the titular character in Marvel Studios' "Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings," coming to Disney+ on Nov. 12.
Saweetie will perform as musical guest for the first time. The multi-platinum global artist has a #1 single, "Best Friend," and will release her debut album, "Pretty Bitch Music," in early 2022.
Seven-time Grammy Award-winner Billie Eilish pulls double duty for her "Saturday Night Live" hosting debut and second appearance as musical guest on Dec. 11. Eilish's sophomore album, "Happier Than Ever," launched at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Tony Award and Critics Choice Award nominee Ariana DeBose hosts "Saturday Night Live" for the first time on Jan. 15. DeBose stars as Anita in the critically acclaimed "West Side Story," currently in theaters.
Bleachers makes their debut as musical guest.
Will Forte returns to "Saturday Night Live" for his first appearance as host on Jan. 22. Forte serves as writer, executive producer, and star of "MacGruber," now streaming on Peacock.
Måneskin performs as musical guest for the first time. The global superstars' music has more than 3 billion streams, with their platinum single "Beggin'" becoming the longest #1 song on Alternative radio in 2021.
Willem Dafoe makes his "SNL" hosting debut on Jan. 29. A four-time Academy Award nominee, Dafoe reprises his role as the Green Goblin in "Spider-Man: No Way Home" and co-stars in "Nightmare Alley," both currently in theaters.
Katy Perry returns to the "Saturday Night Live" performance stage for the fourth time. The multi-platinum global powerhouse is currently headlining her first Las Vegas residency, "PLAY," at Resorts World Theatre.
Oscar Isaac makes his "SNL" hosting debut on March 5. The award-winning actor stars in Marvel Studios' "Moon Knight," coming to Disney+ on March 30.
Charli XCX performs as musical guest for the second time. Her newest album, "Crash," featuring the hit single "Beg For You," will be released on March 18.
Zoë Kravitz makes her first appearance as "SNL" host on March 12. The actress stars as Selina Kyle in "The Batman," in theaters on March 4.
Rosalía performs as musical guest for the first time. "MOTOMAMI," the widely anticipated album from the Grammy Award winner, will arrive on March 18.
Jerrod Carmichael will make his "Saturday Night Live" hosting debut on April 2. Carmichael's new special, "Jerrod Carmichael: Rothaniel," debuts April 1 on HBO.
Gunna will perform for the first time as "SNL" musical guest. The Grammy Award-nominated artist's latest album, "DS4Ever," debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Jake Gyllenhaal will host "SNL" for the second time on April 9. The Academy Award-nominated actor next stars in "Ambulance," coming to theaters April 8.
Camila Cabello will make her second appearance as "SNL" musical guest. The Grammy-nominated artist's highly anticipated new album, "Familia," will be released April 8.
Lizzo will pull double duty when she takes the stage for her "SNL" hosting debut and second musical guest appearance on April 16. The Grammy winner stars in the competition series "Watch Out for the Big Grrrls," premiering March 25 on Prime Video.
"Saturday Night Live" returns on May 7 with second-time host Benedict Cumberbatch and fifth-time musical guest Arcade Fire. The Academy Award-nominated actor stars in Marvel Studios' "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness," now in theaters. The Grammy Award-winning band's eagerly anticipated album, "WE," is out today.
Selena Gomez makes her "SNL" hosting debut. The multihyphenate stars in season two of Hulu's hit series "Only Murders in the Building," premiering June 28.
Post Malone performs as musical guest for the first time. The Grammy-nominated artist's highly anticipated new album, "Twelve Carat Toothache," is set for release on June 3.
Natasha Lyonne makes her hosting debut for the "Saturday Night Live" season finale on May 21. Lyonne is the Emmy Award-nominated co-creator, director, and star of Netflix's highly acclaimed "Russian Doll," currently streaming its second season. She will star in and executive produce Peacock's forthcoming "Poker Face."
Japanese Breakfast performs as musical guest for the first time. The Grammy Award-nominated band is currently on a North American tour following the release of its critically acclaimed album, "Jubilee."