The ever-versatile Cheadle pulls off his hosting debut with aplomb, but the writing doesn’t take full enough advantage of his comedic range.
The alt-pop singer pulls double duty as host and proves herself well-suited to the comedic rhythms of sketch comedy.
McAvoy’s range of personalities and highly competent accents is a bright light throughout a steady, if not inspired, episode.
The Mrs. Maisel star has comedy chops, but this episode doesn’t give her a lot of good material.
Rounding up our favorite musical parodies, recurring sketches, and delightfully bizarre original characters of the year.
Three cheers for the Westminster Daddy Show!
The Aquaman star’s charming glee buoys an otherwise uneven episode.
The Crown and First Man star Claire Foy holds her own in her SNL hosting debut.
And The Office star teases a potential revival with his former Dunder Mifflin coworkers.
Even the Ray Donovan star is “a little surprised” to be hosting.
The return of Adam Grossman never disappoints.
The former SNL head writer returns in a strong, goofy episode.
Ahead of his hosting debut this weekend, take a walk down Seth Meyers memory lane.
The Crazy Rich Asians star hosts a hit-and-miss episode.
Adam Driver hosts SNL’s 44th season premiere, but Matt Damon’s surprise cameo stole the show.
We have a few guesses.
From “Prince Show” to “Club Traxx.”
From Justin Timberlake to Betty White to Dave Chappelle.
From the classics to the total weirdos.
The former head writer and Weekend Update host comes back for a funny, satisfying victory lap.