This past weekend's 'SNL' with Kristen Wiig drew heavily on nostalgia, but it seems we didn't know which performer's absence would truly soon be felt. In advance of the season finale with Ben Affleck and Kanye West, 'SNL' veteran Bill Hader has revealed his intent to leave the series, but who might also leave behind the late-night, sketch comedy?
We're still nervous for NBC's decision on 'Community's' fate, sure to arrive any hour now, but amid the joyous news of 'Parks and Recreation's' season 6 renewal comes the network's first comedy cancellation. Bill Pullman's presidential comedy '1600 Penn' has officially been canceled, following the peacock's decision to drop fellow struggling series 'Deception' yesterday, and now Whitney Cummings' 'Whitney.' Find out the latest NBC casualties inside!
'American Idol' used to be the hottest show on television, but after 13 years, it's starting to show its age. The show's ratings have slipped from regularly having 30 million viewers to now somewhere around 11 million. And though the show has had some different judges over the course of its run, it's now looking to ditch all four current judges to have a fresh face for season 13.
'SNL's' past weekend with 'The Hangover 3' star Zach Galifianakis might not have turned out to be as much of a sure thing as we might have liked, but here's hoping the writers saved their A-material for former castmate Kristen Wiig! She will return to the 'SNL' stage for her first turn as host with musical guest Vampire Weekend, but does the 'Anchorman 2' star's first promos have that old magic back? Get a first look at Kristen Wiig's return to 'SNL' inside!
Look, we all knew that 'Iron Man 3' was going to make a whole bunch of money and open at number one at the box office and kick the summer movie season off in style. The question was never "Is 'Iron Man 3' going to make any money?", the question was always "What absolutely absurd amount is 'Iron Man 3' going to make in its opening weekend?"
Here come the 'Men in Black...4'! That's right -- as if you weren't expecting it -- a fourth installment of the alien police franchise is coming our way, and if you were thinking this might fizzle out, we've learned that Sony has hired a new writer for the project. So, yeah, it's official.