Right before Christmas, “S.N.L.” delivered a holiday message from the White House, with President Trump (Alec Baldwin) and company decorating a tree.
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The 92nd Street Y’s 2017-18 season includes appearances by novelists, musicians, chefs and two American presidents (sort of).
From President Trump and Sean Spicer to Hillary Clinton and politics in America, “S.N.L.” scored huge ratings and became appointment television again.
Ms. McCarthy, this week’s “S.N.L.” host, returned to the role of Mr. Spicer in a sketch about a challenging week for the White House press secretary.
A staged reading at Town Hall revisited confirmation hearings for President Trump’s cabinet nominees, with charismatic stars as the politicians.
The Public and National theaters plan to stage the documentary play “All the President’s Men?” for one night at the Town Hall.
A power struggle between Stephen K. Bannon and Jared Kushner and a widely condemned news briefing by Sean Spicer did not escape the notice of “S.N.L.”
Mr. Baldwin’s unexpectedly moving new memoir reflects on topics ranging from a directionless childhood to Harrison Ford’s looks.
Louis C.K. was host. But Alec Baldwin gave “S.N.L.” a double dose of topicality, portraying President Trump in the cold open and in a later sketch where he also played the embattled Fox News host.
For parents of some children, the film sends an unsettling message about the limits of love, and it’s not alone. Kids’ movies are a minefield.