Last week, Bryan Cranston was on the show
One of the most surreal aspects of Donald Trump becoming America’s President-elect is Twitter. The way he uses the network as a vehicle for sounding off, ranting and launching unbridled attacks means those he criticises can do the same back. And so the Twitter disputes between Mr Trump and his detractors begin.
The President-elect has found time to condemn Satuday Night Live as 'not funny'
The sketch shows Baldwin's Trump too mesmerised by Twitter to pay attention to his advisers at a security briefing
It turns out the actor's impersonation was more painful than it looked
'None of this will have mattered if you don’t vote'
'I don’t know if you could tell but I was spinning out of control there'
The sketch also saw the return of Kate McKinnon's magnificent Clinton impression - alongside an obligatory appearance from Ken Bone
The Hollywood actor fell in love with painting nearly a decade ago
Whether it's called 'The Donald', 'The Elephant in the Room' or just simply 'Trump', it's probably going to happen
(12A) Peter Landesman, 123 mins. Starring: Will Smith, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Alec Baldwin
The British-born journalist said he regretted the 'deeply offensive' suggestion made after the Republican compared US debts to slavery
Iggy's in a pretty bad mood throughout Ready to Die, the first time that he and The Stooges have shared co-billing since 1973's Raw Power.
The Arts Diary
If British TV has been dominated by flag-waving this week, across the pond, America's been busy crowning its own royalty at the MTV Movie Awards 2012. Fewer corgis, more Kardashians. But Sunday night's awards (screened last night on MTV UK) managed to have a few moments where the action was suitably red, white and blue hued.
In the mid-Nineties, US network NBC had one of the all-time great television line-ups, with Friends, Seinfeld and ER. Not just great shows, but record-breakingly popular ones, too.