Saturday Night Live had its season premiere episode last night, hosted by Chris Rock with Megan Thee Stallion holding down musical guest duties. The latter used her platform to call for the protection of Black women.

Saturday Night Live is starting its new season out with a bang. NBC announced that Chris Rock will host the premiere episode while the musical guess will be rapper Megan Thee Stallion.

Late Night talk show host Jimmy Fallon is apologizing after an old Saturday Night Live skit featuring the comedian donning Blackface. On Tuesday (May 26), the host of “The Tonight Show” issued a statement Tuesday via Twitter and thanked fans for holding him “accountable.” “In 2000, while on SNL, I made a terrible decision to do an impersonation of Chris Rock while in blackface,” Jimmy Fallon wrote. “There is no excuse for this. I am very sorry for making this unquestionably offensive decision and thank all of you for holding me accountable.”

2019 was undeniably Lizzo’s breakout year, but the rapstress took a moment to reflect on her road to success and it was nothing short of inspiring.

Eddie Murphy finally returned to Saturday Night Live last night Dec. 21, and it was well worth the wait. Murphy brought back some of his class characters and invited some Black comic royalty along for the ride, and Lizzo did her things as the musical guest, too.

Hate it or love it, the Kanye West rant is a kind of a big deal in the digital era. One in particular that went really left is being revisited and now we have a behind the scenes look at it.

DaBaby was the musical guest on this weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live. The red hot rapper performed a pair of songs, “Bop” and “Suge,” and included the Jabbawockeez for good measure.

Chance The Rapper performed double duty on Saturday Night Live last night (Oct. 26) as he was both the host and the musical guest. The Chicago rapper held it down with some special guests including Jason Mamoa and Megan Thee Stallion.

Chance the Rapper is having himself a pretty good month of October. His Netflix Hip-Hop talent show, Rhythm + Flow alongside Cardi B and T.I., is doing well. He kinda drove the boat with Megan Thee Stallion after rocking the BET Hip Hop Award’s stage. Now he just accomplished another life goal.

Leslie Jones has been one of the standout cast members of Saturday Night Live and now her time with the long-running sketch series is done. Jones is leaving to pursue a number of new creative opportunities, including an upcoming Netflix standup special.

Eddie Murphy became a star after joining the cast of Saturday Night Live while in the 80’s. After a too-long hiatus, the renowned comedian will return to host the show that launched his career in December.

DJ Khaled just dropped a new album, Father of Asahd, and continued his promo run as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live last night. But the Miami producer/DJ used to his platform to big up the late, great Nipsey Hussle, with assistance from John Legend and more.