On January 18th, there will be a new face on Saturday Night Live. No, it’s not Drake, who will be both the host and the musical guest (Side note: When was the last time that was a good idea? Paul Simon?), but Sasheer Zamata, a mid-season addition to the NBC late night sketch show’s featured players roster. You’ll be able to pick her out of the sea of background characters: she’ll be the black woman; a first for the show since Maya Rudolph left 2006. Read More
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