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Saturday Night Live Will Get its Own Website for Streaming Shows and Clips

SNL to Get Its Own Video Website!

I love my video websites like YouTube, Vimio, and Hulu, and even though it's fun to watch hilarious viral videos, they're indispensable for TV clips; before when you forgot to watch or DVR something, you just missed it. The end. But the rise of websites with clips on them ensures you're never out of the loop; can you imagine living in a world where you missed "D*ck in a Box"?

I can't, and it seems that Saturday Night Live doesn't want you to ever imagine such a fate — the legendary show is launching its own website!

My crush Seth Meyers slipped the news recently, and I think it makes so much sense. Say goodbye to scouring Hulu, YouTube and for the skits you want to show your friends, because now you'll have a one-stop shop. You know what else you can say goodbye to? Many, many hours of your time. Hello, classic Chris Farley!


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verily verily 8 years
I encounter those messages on BBC website too and that makes me sad. There are ways around the IP block though, but I have yet to use them.
milkradio milkradio 8 years
But will I be able to see the videos in Canada or in the UK? All those "Sorry, due to copyright laws, we cannot play the video outside of the US" messages are annoying as hell, especially since I could watch SNL on Saturday nights in Canada anyway... >:(
aistea311 aistea311 8 years
:woohoo: My favorite episode is the one Val Kilmer hosted and I try so hard to find clips from that episode.
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