Tina Fey

“Every time I come back to SNL, I never want to leave,” Rudolph says... ominously.
The pair, appearing from opposite coasts, addressed the controversy surrounding the ceremony while, of course, making time to roast "Emily In Paris."
Fey's latest NBC sitcom, starring Ted Danson as a bumbling mayor, leans into the qualities that make her work both great and frustrating.
Poehler and fellow "SNL" star Tina Fey are returning to host the awards show for the fourth time.
The "30 Rock" actor said she heard faint cries for help near where her family stayed early in the coronavirus pandemic.
The limit of the singer's love for the 2004 film does not exist.
"I apologize for pain they have caused," the sitcom's star and creator wrote.
Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tracy Morgan, Jane Krakowski, Jack McBrayer and more are returning to NBC for an upfront special event.
"It was going to be like the sequel to 'Wine Country,'" the writer and actor said.
Would a little buzz really be so bad, wonders Cecily Strong.