Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Summer Edition, Season 1

Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Summer Edition, Season 1

Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Specials

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2017-08-10
  • Advisory Rating: TV-14
  • Episodes: 2
  • iTunes Price: USD 4.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 4.99


SNL goes primetime this August with a special installment of Weekend Update: Summer Edition featuring co-hosts Colin Jost and Michael Che. The half-hour telecast will feature "Weekend Update" anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che. Additional "Saturday Night Live" cast members will also make appearances.


Title Time Price
1 Weekend Update: Summer Edition - August 21:06 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Weekend Update: Summer Edition - August 21:07 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes



  • Tdfhr

    By rrjqrz
  • More Hollywood Bubble Baloney

    By Henryburg
    They make fun out of dislike for the people and politics, not for the purpose of comedy. Not funny, not appropriate and it's a low budget show with a lot of press, just like all the other opinion-spouting shows on TV.
  • Thank you SNL!

    By MacMan9876
    This is great. Thank you SNL for the courage to stand up for what's right. And make us laugh along the way. SNL continues to prove how relevant it still is. I love this cast of actors.
  • Hollywood's Hypocracy.

    By MichelleKearney33
    This show encourages the hypocracy of Hollywood- that hate is OK as long as you hate the same things Hollywood does. Hate doesn't make things funny, and funny doesn't come from hate. And let's be honest, SNL has only been around all these years because it costs less than a YouTube channel to produce, not because it's so hilarious.
  • Not Enough Hate

    By Kittyholland
    Comedy is always political. Good comedy, that is. It's art and what is art if not something to shine a light into the darkness. SNL isn't there to make you feel ok for voting in a Nazi administration that cares nothing about the US Constitution or attacks on American sovereignty committed by Russia. If you want that may I suggest Fox.
  • Too much hate.

    By 700 Pages
    They were barely funny to begin with, now they focus so much on hate and political agenda that they don't even care about joyful comedy. Just because you rip down whoever you didn't vote for doesn't make you funny or patriotic. They come across more as whiney brats that didn't get their way than clever commentators. Embarassing.