Saturday Night Live 25th Anniversary 1999

A TV special celebrating the 25th anniversary of Saturday Night Live. Before a celebrity audience, many of the former cast members and guest hosts return to perform their signature monologues and present a look back at some of the best comedy skits and musical numbers of the past two and a half decades.

Saturday Night Live: The Best of Chris Farley 2003

He's gone-but he'll never be forgotten. The best of Chris Farley's wildly funny SNL performances are here, including motivational speaker Matt Foley, an aspiring Chippendales dancer, the bashful host of The Chris Farley Show ( m 'member?") and more.

Saturday the 14th Strikes Back 1988

Eddie and his family have just inherited a spooky wreck of a house. What they do not know about the house is that it was built over an evil passage way, but they are soon to discover the wacky evil it releases.

Everyday is a Saturday 2009

Every day begins with a process, even on a Saturday. This season Poor Boyz brings you a candid account of what it takes to get from point A to point B. “Everyday Is A Saturday” will bring the entirety of the sport into light. Whether it?s waiting for that bluebird day to come or countless training sessions before a competition, Poor Boyz aims to provide a chronicle of each process, from the mental standpoint to the prearranged state of bliss. Any skier knows that feeling- to work hard, play hard and share epic days like “Every Day Is A Saturday,” just out skiing with friends.

Saturday Night at the Baths 1975

The Continental Baths, a favorite hangout of New York homosexuals, provides the background of this socially conscious comedy drama that tries to examine the relationships between gay and heterosexual people. The story centers around a macho, heterosexual piano player who gets a job at the notorious nightclub and must therefore reconsider his attitudes. His girl friend helps him too. In the end, he winds up becoming sure of his sexuality when he tries to sleep with a gay man.

Saturday Night Revue 1937

There are two clubs in London called Moons; one in Mayfair and one in Soho. Mary Dorland is singing at the cheap one, but her father, who does not approve of her singing career, believes she is performing at the Society one...

Everyday Is A Saturday 2009

Every day begins with a process, even on a Saturday. This season Poor Boyz brings you a candid account of what it takes to get from point A to point B. “Everyday Is A Saturday” will bring the entirety of the sport into light. Whether it?s waiting for that bluebird day to come or countless training sessions before a competition, Poor Boyz aims to provide a chronicle of each process, from the mental standpoint to the prearranged state of bliss. Any skier knows that feeling- to work hard, play hard and share epic days like “Every Day Is A Saturday,” just out skiing with friends.

Saturday Night Chills 2013

Three friends are in their quarter life crisis. Seeking adventure and thrills, they spend most of their weekend nights on brothels and night clubs. One night, an unexpected incident will change their lives permanently.

Saturday Night Cosmic Breakdown 2015

For this metaphysical short, Leo Fitzpatrick plays a confused and concerned NYC East-Villager who hears the end of the world is happening on Saturday night.

When Saturday Came 2009

As all hell broke loose in Gaza in January 2008, a brave production team was on the ground recording for a documentary. Today it has become the definitive account of the dark and deadly days that followed. Combining quality camera work with brave and unshrinking journalism, this is the powerful film that resulted.

Alive on Saturday 1957

A tycoon is conned into believing a homeless man is in actuality the exiled prince of a Balkan nation. The tycoon agrees to bank roll the revolution that is needed to reinstall the prince onto his rightful throne.

Saturday Night Life 2006

Writer-director Ava DuVernay's short drama concerns a poor, struggling single mother whose trip with her three children to a 99-cent store in Los Angeles becomes an unexpectedly uplifting family experience. Melissa DeSousa ("The Best Man") stars.

Saturday Night Live: Halloween 2003

Saturday Night Live's Halloween Special will tingle your funnybone! Join hosts Wayne and Garth (aka Mike Myers and Dana Carvey) as they peek into the vaults of spooky mayhem and unearth hilarious comedy sketches from seasons past and present. It's the frightful best of Saturday Night Live, the ultimate Halloween party video. Treat yourself to these tricks tonight!

Saturday Afternoon Blood Sacrifice 1956

Short film with Jack Smith as the mysterious leader of an even-more-mysterious cult, garbed in pseudo-papal regalia and adorned with jewelry and makeup. His followers do his bidding by abducting and cross-dressing an unsuspecting mailman. Smith launches a processional and is soon joined by real neighborhood children in the streets of Lower Manhattan. Eventually, the police came along and shooting ends, but Ken Jacobs gets an overhead shot of Smith trying to explain himself to the cops.

Every Saturday Night 1936

First of the Jones family movies with kids who ignore father and get consolation from mother through a series of family episodes.

Real Situation Saturday

Real Situation Saturday was a Korean variety show shown on the SBS network. Many popular programs have aired on this Saturday line-up, including X-Man and Real Romance Love Letter, dominating Saturday evening ratings for a long time. It began to air for 60 mins. from November 8, 2003 to July 2, 2005, later expanded to 130 mins from July 9, 2005 to October 28, 2006, and cut back to 70 mins. from November 4, 2006 to January 6, 2007 and ended its run because it suffered competition from Infinite Challenge.

Saturday Night Jamboree

Saturday Night Jamboree was an early American country music series on NBC-TV from December 4, 1948–July 2, 1949. It aired live from New York City from 8–9 p.m. Eastern Time on Saturdays for three weeks in December 1948, with yodeler Elton Britt as host. Beginning in January 1949, the host was Boyd Heath and the program aired from 8–8:30 p.m. until April, when it moved to 9:30–10 p.m. through July 2. The cast included comedian "Chubby Chuck" Roe; Sophrony Garen, vocals; Ted Grunt, fiddle; Eddie Howard, banjo; John Havens, guitar; "Smilin'" Edwin Smith, accordion and Gabe Drake, bass fiddle.

The Saturday Show 2001

The Saturday Show was a BBC children's Saturday morning show that first aired in 2001, replacing the popular Live & Kicking. It had a mix of audience participation, cartoons, games and gunge. Initially it was presented by Dani Behr and Joe Mace. They left in 2002 and were replaced by Fearne Cotton and Simon Grant. In 2004, Cotton left and Grant was joined by Angellica Bell and Jake Humphrey, who made up the final team of presenters until the programme finished in September 2005.

Noel's Saturday Roadshow 1988

Noel's Saturday Roadshow is a BBC television light entertainment show which was broadcast live on Saturday evenings from 3 September 1988 to 15 December 1990. It was presented by Noel Edmonds, his first major TV project since the demise of The Late, Late Breakfast Show in 1986. The programme contained several elements which had been found in its predecessor, such as phone-in quizzes, celebrity interviews and bands performing in the studio. The premise for the new show was that unlike The Late Late Breakfast Show, which had been broadcast from the BBC's studios each week, the Roadshow would come from a new, different and exotic location each week. These 'locations' were in fact elaborate studio sets dressed to resemble each week's location, such as the North Pole, a space station, Hollywood, or Niagara Falls. The irony of this was not lost on Edmonds, whose self-deprecating presentation style frequently made light of the low budget production values. The programme was a slow-burning success, and following the third series in 1990, Edmonds' popularity and reputation were sufficiently re-established with the public for Edmonds to pitch Noel's House Party to the BBC. The show also introduced regular features such as the Gunge Tank, the "Gotcha Oscars" and "Wait 'Till I Get You Home", which would all be carried across and subsequently developed in Noel's House Party. Another item was "Clown Court", where a guest actor from a TV series would be on trial for all the bloopers made during the shooting of that show, such as Sylvester McCoy in the title role of Doctor Who, and Tony Robinson as his character of Baldrick in Blackadder the Third.

WWE Saturday Morning Slam

WWE Saturday Morning Slam is a professional wrestling television program. The show aired as part of the Vortexx Saturday morning block on The CW from August 25, 2012 to May 11, 2013. The series is intended for children and provides superstar profiles, behind-the-scenes footage, 1 or 2 exclusive matches, as well as highlighting WWE's community initiatives such as the "Be A Star" anti-bullying campaign. The series is also set to have a large focus on viewer interaction and social media. The series marks the return of WWE programming on The CW, as the network previously aired SmackDown from 2006-2008. The show is taped on Tuesday evenings, prior to the SmackDown taping. The show is rated TV-G, and due to being aimed specifically at children, it does not feature any moves or holds aimed at the head or neck due to what is seen as their violent nature. There has been no word on the status of WWE Saturday Morning Slam, which seems to indicate the show is not coming back for another season.

Saturday Night with Miriam

Saturday Night with Miriam is a television chat show which was first broadcast in Ireland on RTÉ One in the summer of 2005. The show runs for six weeks as a summer filler, and is presented by Miriam O'Callaghan, the co-host of Prime Time.

MLS Soccer Saturday

MLS Soccer Saturday was a weekly presentation of Major League Soccer games that aired on ESPN from 1996 to 2006. MLS Soccer Saturday was the first weekly presentation of MLS games, which usually started at 4PM EST and was sponsored by Radioshack. Before the start of the 2007 season, the league and ESPN announced that MLS Primetime Thursday would be the flagship broadcast as part of a new television contract, ending an 11-year broadcast run of matches on Saturday afternoons.

The Saturday Night Armistice 1995

The Saturday Night Armistice was a British satirical television comedy programme presented by Armando Iannucci with Peter Baynham and David Schneider, which ran from 1995 to 1999. The programme took an irreverent and often surreal look back at topical events, and featured studio discussions, sketches and setups. Like many 1990s British comedy series it included appearances and writing contributions by a large number of UK comedians including amongst others Arthur Mathews, Graham Linehan, Simon Pegg, Andy Riley, Kevin Cecil, Kevin Eldon, Steve Pemberton, Reece Shearsmith, Omid Djalili, Al Murray, Ben Moor, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins.

Saturday Night Football 2006

ESPN Saturday Night Football on ABC is a weekly presentation of college football on the American Broadcasting Company. Games are presented each Saturday night during the regular season portion of the college football season with two exceptions, both for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races. Premiering on September 2, 2006, the program features prime time college football games starting at 8:00 p.m. ET. The current presenting sponsor for Saturday Night Football is Windows 8. The primary broadcast team includes play by play announcer Brent Musburger and analyst Kirk Herbstreit, with Heather Cox as sideline reporter. John Saunders and Jesse Palmer host the studio halftime show, as well as brief pregame and postgame shows. Other ESPN broadcast teams may also occasionally appear for regional telecasts.

Saturday morning preview specials

Saturday morning preview specials were aired on television annually to present previews of each network's fall lineup of Saturday morning children's programming. Every fall, each network would generally air two preview specials for the fall season—one for their prime-time shows, and another for their Saturday morning schedule.

Saturday Nick Television

Saturday Nick TV was a weekend morning show aired on Nickelodeon Australia from 10am to 2pm on Saturday. It was produced by Burberry Productions and shot in Melbourne. It was started with the help of Britney Spears.

The Saturday Starship

The Saturday Starship was a British Saturday morning children's series that was produced by Central Television and aired on the ITV network. There was one series of 21 editions between 1 September 1984 and 26 January 1985 hosted by Tommy Boyd and Bonnie Langford. It was a follow-up to The Saturday Show and TISWAS. Chris Baines presented one of the very first environmental strands on children's TV in the UK, and this led to the award winning The Ark series in 1988.