A Somewhat Obsessive Guide to All 36 Seasons of SNL Streaming on Netflix
With hundreds of episodes from each season of Saturday Night Live finally available on Netflix Instant Watch, we thought we'd put together a few of the highlights to help you get your bearings. Obviously, it's an overwhelming amount of material that's available, so this guide will help point you to interesting or historic episodes, notable guest hosts, and where the appearances are of classic characters. [Read More]
Netflix Instant Nudge: Jonathan Winters: Rare & Riotous | Third Guy Ducks
The DVD, Jonathan Winters: Rare & Riotous, incudes footage from various Winters performances with other artists. Netflix Instant offers a segment of the DVD, taken from Winters' 1964 special, A Wild Winters Night, with Art Carney. The bulk of the online video features Winters and Carney doing improv prop gags, wig work and a few impressions. [Read More]
Netflix to stream every single episode ever of Saturday Night Live | TV | Newswire | The A.V. Club
Netflix has reached a deal with NBC to add every single episode of Saturday Night Live ever broadcast to its Watch Instantly queue, with new episodes being added the day after they air for the next three years. [Read More]
Netflix reaches deal with NBC Universal to instantly stream repeats of SNL, 30 Rock, The Office, Monk
Netflix announced via release it had reached a deal with NBC Universal to add old and new episodes of Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock, The Office, and other shows to its queue of programming available for members to view... [Read More]
Your Netflix queue now offers instantly all Comedy Central Presents, Live at Gotham & Premium Blend! | The Comic's Comic
I saw this Videogum post and thought, well, if Netflix offers all of the half-hour Comedy Central Presents, then maybe they'd be crazy enough to offer the first three seasons of Live at Gotham a... [Read More]
Far-Sighted Moves by Creators of ‘South Park'
"People just have to sit through a short commercial and then we give them every episode in very high quality that makes stealing it seem dumb," Matt Stone says. "Anywhere there is an iPhone, an Xbox, or a computer, people can watch the show now, which is good for us and for Comedy Central." [Read More]