The former "Weekend Update" duo faced off in an uproarious "Lip Flip" skit
Watch the entire self-aware gang sing about their new sequel
The larger-than-life Broadway (and TV and film) legend bursts off the screen in this loving but uncompromising documentary
Stephen Fry is the latest host to run into problems trying to make light of the year’s most serious movie
Lorne Michaels will also produce
"Welcome to 11:30, bitch!"
Tiny Fey, Stephen Colbert, Lindsay Lohan among special guests, as U2 claims "Tonight" for New York
Damon revealed his "Monuments Men" director and co-star wrote a fake letter on his behalf to scold the comedians for their jokes at the Golden...
And it's not "Boo, you whore."
Matches decade-long high in ratings
Looking like an ungodly cross between Justin Bieber, David Spade and Ellen DeGeneres, the Globes co-host sported a mop-like wig as Tina Fey introduced her...
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A fun night through and through -- with some interesting awards, too
The co-hosts deliver a solid (and hilarious) opening to Sunday's awards ceremony
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As the Hollywood Foreign Press Association tries to repair its image, the Globes offer a moment in the spotlight and a table full of drinks
TheWrap mashes up some of the hosts' funniest jokes from last year's awards telecast
There's liquor, OMG moments and a welcome lack of musical numbers
Will the "new" hosts take a shot at the "old" host again this year?
The untitled multi-cam project got a series commitment in August
Louis C.K., Jay Leno, Patton Oswalt and Todd Barry will also get in on the caffeination
Plus: Memories of learning improv from Jon Hamm
Golden Globes co-hosts are less than pitch-perfect in new clip
A troubled Kermit gets some A-list company as he tries to clear his name
"The Office's" Ellie Kemper stars as a woman starting over in New York City after fleeing a doomsday cult
"30 Rock" star Tina Fey among those paying tribute TV comedy icon
Widely praised co-hosts will return
The show that was presumed doomed (again) with key cast exodus is off to potentially its strongest start in years
With Arcade Fire as musical guests, the season premiere grew 9 percent over last year
NBC says the show, which also featured Aaron Paul and the band Arcade Fire, drew a 4.7 in households