How the show's farm teams are pushing hard for diversity
Grace and Sliverman play siblings struggling through life and pondering its mysteries in the Garden State
Martin Short will co-star in the series about an aspiring comedian
The sophomore cast member will join Seth Meyers at first, but transition into a solo role
Hot time, summer in the city. Inside the best of the “outside” summer soirees in the pre-4th of July week.
Half-hour buddy comedy will revolve around two reporters trying to make it in Atlanta
"Game Change," "Southland," and Michael Apted's "Up" series among winners
Untitled multi-camera project starrring "Saturday Night Live" writer John Mulaney is loosely based on Mulaney's life
Half-hour comedy pilot will center on adult brother and sister living in New Jersey as they ponder life's mysteries
Obama gets an African-American impersonator
Sudeikis will be on hand for Saturday's premiere
Before leaving office, Academy president Tom Sherak spoke to Lorne Michaels and Jimmy Fallon about the Oscars show; now it's up to new prez Hawk...
Plus: Why Armisen wasn't terrified to do a Jagger imitation in front of Jagger
"The show's many things, but partisan it is not," Michaels says
Director makes "Hitchcockian" cameo in a long homage to his films. Plus: "The Californians"
The March comic book unfolds "37 years of comedy history in 24 pages"
Alec Baldwin scoops Bieber as "SNL" host and musical guest during a podcast interview with Lorne Michaels
"Arrested Development" actor will play Christina Applegate's stay-at-home husband
When is "Saturday Night Live" gonna get with the digital age?
"Parks and Recreation" producer Emily Spivey is working with Michaels
Rupert Murdoch makes surprise appearance to praise Cowell
Formerly primarily a destination for movies, the Independent Film Channel is making a major push for more original programming
She's cast in Lorne Michaels' new Matthew Broderick half-hour
Catch up on all the top schmooze, as Ester gives her own outrageous take on the week
Pilot Watch 2010: "Grey's" producer goes for laughs at ABC with "It Takes a Village"
Plus, a bunch of Mad Men and a Family Guy joins Maroon 5.