Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Saturday Night Live Documentary

NBC has ordered up another documentary on the history of “Saturday Night Live,” this time focusing on the show's up-and-down ride through the 1990s.

“Saturday Night Live in the '90s: Pop Culture Nation” is the third in a series of films about the late-night institution by director-producer Kenneth Bowser. The previous two, focusing on the show's early years and the tribulations of the 1980s, aired in 2005.

As with the past two docs, “Pop Culture Nation” will be filled with interviews from cast members and writers, including Chris Rock, Mike Myers, Tina Fey and Will Ferrell. It will also feature two little-used players who have since gone on to much wider fame:
Sarah Silverman and David Koechner.

“Saturday Night Live in the '90s” is scheduled to air
May 6 on NBC.

Click here for a transcript of one of Sarah's hilarious SNL "Weekend Update" deliveries from the early 90's. (Youtube took down the video of it)


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Anonymous said...

Its really good show. I like this TV Show very much. Wonderful show.

Anonymous said...

I have not seen this show much. Actually I like to watch cartoon series and comedy series most. My favorite sitcom is InuYasha.