This Saturday sees the season finale of Saturday Night Live, but the laughs are continuing into prime time the next night, May 17 at 9pm ET, with NBC’s premiere two-hour special Saturday Night Live Just Shorts. Andy Samberg hosts this program that, for the first time, puts together the greatest short films from the series’ past 34 years. The historic special will feature many fan favorites, including “Synchronized Swimmers,” starring Martin Short and Harry Shearer; Robert Smigel’s “TV Funhouse”; and the Emmy-winning digital short “Dick in a Box,” with Justin Timberlake. Also included are “Lazy Sunday,” “Japanese Office,” “United Way” (with Peyton Manning), “MacGruber,” “Star Wars Screen Tests,” “Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey,” “Mr. Bill” and more.
Olympians Ashley Wagner and Gracie Gold highlight NBC Sports’ coverage of the 2017 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships from the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo. […]
By Ryan Jockey Calvin Borel boldly said after winning the Kentucky Derby that he would ride Super Saver to a Triple Crown, and he’ll take the next step to fulfilling that this weekend at the Preakness Stakes. NBC has complete coverage of the event on Saturday, May 15 at4:30pm ET. Below is the release from NBC, detailing its broadcast and including analysts’ picks and predictions: SUPER SAVER AND JOCKEY CALVIN BOREL HEADLINE FIELD IN PREAKNESS STAKES, SATURDAY 4:30 PM ET ON NBC 1. Super Saver, 2. Lookin at Lucky, 3. First Dude – NBC’s Battaglia’s Preakness Picks “It wouldn’t surprise […]
By Stacey Harrison With tonight’s finale, Scrubs may be ending what has to be one of the most unlikely nine-year runs on television. The quirky show fought off not one but two cases of network apathy, constantly revolving time slots, a (friendly?) rivalry with Family Guy and a complete premise makeover on its way to posterity. But about this last season, which has seen the show move from the halls of Sacred Heart to the classrooms at Winston University, jettisoning Zach Braff and other regulars and replacing them with a bunch of newbies. Was it worth it, or should there […]