Seth Meyers ‘Late Night’ Expands Thursday To Tackle Mueller Report Release, Host Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Leslie Jones

In addition, Saturday Night Live cast member Leslie Jones will join Meyers for Game of Jones as the two watch and discuss the latest episode of Game of Thrones together.
Late Night with Seth Meyers will go into overtime on Thursday, to dive into the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's redacted report earlier that day.
“I simply will not stand for the Mueller report bumping Leslie Jones or vice versa, so we decided to make room for both,” Meyers said by way of explaining the welcome program expansion.
Fred Armisen will lead the 8G Band.” /> Also featured on the show that night, comedian/actress Amy Sedaris and singer Toro Y Moi.
The NBC late night show's A Closer Look should be something special that night.
Oh, and Meyers' guest that night: South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who announced his presidential candidacy last Sunday.

‘Saturday Night Live’ Season Opener: The Skits People Are Talking About



Saturday Night Live began its 44th season with a lengthy cold open featuring Matt Damon as embattled, embittered Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and let fly from there.
And in case you missed it, here is the cold open featuring Damon as Kavanaugh, Leslie Jones as Fox News' Harris Faulkner and the ensemble as various and sundry members of the Senate Judiciary Committee:
Considering Driver's role in Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman, this Neo-Confederate sketch was appropriate:


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Hosted by Star Wars baddie Adam Driver and featuring polarizing performances by Kanye West — including a show-ending pro-Donald Trump sermon that drew some boos from the Studio 8H crowd but a rave from POTUS — the episode had plenty of talked-about moments. Check out a few below.

Teenagers and those bred them understand the power of Fortnite:


Speaking of Davidson, SNL addressed his much-talked-about engagement to Ariana Grande and Kyle Mooney's reactionary "New Look":
They include Che talking about Bill Cosby, Leslie Jones coming out as Serena Williams, Kate McKinnon as Ruth Bader Ginsburg, more Kavanaugh talk and Pete Davidson's summer. And here is an amalgam of clips from "Weekend Update," anchored by SNL head writers and Emmy hosts Michael Che and Colin Jost.