Bill Hader Thinks 'SNL' Character Stefon 'Possibly Will' Come Back (Video)

Bill Hader may have given up his job on "Saturday Night Live," but one of his most famous characters, Stefon, may return. While appearing on Hulu series " Larry King Now ," the comedian said the gay night club enthusiast "possibly will" come back to NBC's long-running sketch show, or maybe make appearances outside of the series, as well.   Read More...

'Saturday Night Live': Beck Bennett, Noel Wells, Kyle Mooney and John Milhiser set to join cast

"Saturday Night Live" may have found replacements for departing cast members Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, Seth Meyers and Jason Sudeikis.According to Deadline, four people -- Noel Wells, Beck Bennett, John Milhiser and Kyle Mooney -- are "top candidates" to join "SNL" as featured players in the fall. All four have ties to the Upright Citizens Brigade comedy troupe (which was co-founded by "SNL" alum Amy Poehler) as well as good-sized online presences.Bennett, who's also in the sketch group Good Neighbor, is probably the most recognizable of the four: He's the bemused guy who interviews groups of kids in a series of commercials for AT&T, and also stars in a web series called "Fresh Perspectives," in which he asks kids about political issues. Here's one of the phone ads: Among Wells' YouTube videos are a series of Zooey Deschanel impressions (could this pave the way for the return of "Bein' Quirky"?), one called "My (Drunk) Singing...

SNL 2013: Four Top Candidates Emerge to Join Cast — Including That Guy From the Cute AT&T Ads!

It's not complicated — someone must've been watching Beck Bennett in those AT&T ads where he sits down with a bunch of kids and has his mind blown by infinity *times* infinity. Now DeadlinesaysBeck is one of four top candidates Saturday Night Live is considering for the fall season. The other three are John Milhiser, Noël Wells and Kyle Mooney. All four have reportedly been performing at Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. SNL desperately needs new blood. They just lost Jason Sudeikis,...

The Best Possible SNL Cast Replacements

  Listen up,  Lorne Michaels ! The fall season's almost here and we still haven't heard a peep about who's going to replace  Saturday Night Live   cast members  Jason Sudeikis ,  Bill Hader ,  Fred Armisen  and the soon-to-depart  Seth Meyers . So if you're having trouble making up your mind on who to hire, let me help you out.

"SNL" Posted the Top Rating of the Night in the Local People Meters, Out-Rating All Primetime Programming

NBC spins the numbers for Friday, August 2 and Saturday, August 3.

Seth Meyers Talks 'Saturday Night Live' Departures, Late-Night Plans

On hand to peddle his new Hulu show "The Awesomes" at TCA, Meyers suggested rebuilding seasons at "SNL" are among the most exciting.

TCA: Seth Meyers Has a Comic Team in Transition - and Not Just on 'SNL'

When Seth Meyers got to "Saturday Night Live" in 2001, he quickly bonded with writer Michael Shoemaker over comics. "One of the first things we did together was walk down to Midtown Comics because we had a shared love of that. Also, 'SNL' was the first time in my life I had enough money to buy all the comic books I wanted," Meyers said in a Television Critics Association panel Wednesday. "Seth was the first friend I knew who actually liked comics," added Shoemaker. "I liked comics, but it was a solitary experience."

Watch 'Saturday Night Live' cast breaking character over the years

What's funnier than the hilarious sketch show"Saturday Night Live?" Seeing the "SNL" cast members and hosts breaking character during a scene. Sure, it might ruin the flow of the sketch, but there is nothing funner than seeing professional comedians completely losing it on national TV. There is just something about it that really brings the laughs.Over the years, "SNL" cast members from Will Ferrell to Adam Sandler to Kristen Wiig to Fred Armisen have all cracked a smile, giggled, or even completely lost it with laughter during sketches on the show. Don't believe us? Watch the video below to see all the comedy kings and queens slip up at one point or another and break character:...

'SNL' Alum Fred Armisen to Direct Kings of Leon Concert Livestream

Fred Armisen, who left his longtime "SNL" gig last season, will direct a livestream concert by Kings of Leon on Aug. 9. Also read: Can 'Saturday Night Live' Survive Its Cast Exodus? Read More...

Can 'Saturday Night Live' Survive Its Cast Exodus?

Live! From New York! It's a casting crisis for Lorne Michaels! When Jason Sudeikis announced his departure this week, "Saturday Night Live" was suddenly bereft of any established crossover talent -- its longest-tenured surviving castmember is now Kenan Thompson -- and in terms of name-recognition, it drops off steeply from there. Read More...