How to Watch “Baking It” series premiere, full episodes for free
Starting today (December 2nd) watch this new reality baking competition series for free on Peacock. This Peacock Original holiday baking show features humor, festive culinary concoctions, and the (sometimes harsh) judgement of four real-life grandmothers. Baking It is executive produced by Maya Rudolph, Andy Samberg, Amy Poehler, Nicolle Yaron, Pip Wells, Kate Arend, and Dave Becky. You don’t want to miss out on this holiday baking extravaganza. With full episodes of Baking It available for free, get started with Peacock and enjoy this new holiday cooking competition.mlive.com
‘Eater’s Guide to the World’ | How to watch, streaming info
Get a virtual tasters' guide to the most delicious destinations on the planet in the new series Eater’s Guide to the World, streaming today, Nov. 11, on Hulu. The series, a partnership between Hulu and online culinary news site Eater, is narrated by actor and comedian Maya Rudolph. How can I watch Eater’s Guide to the World? You can watch it with a subscription to Hulu, a streaming service that offers thousands of shows and movies. You can also purchase a Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+ bundle with movies, shows and sports for $12.99/month, a 25% savings over purchasing each service individually.mlive.com
Jim Carrey, as Biden, mocks Trump loss on 'SNL'
Jim Carrey played President-elect Joe Biden, taking the stage and poking fun at the five-day wait for results. He even offered a throwback to one of his infamous '90s-era lines, calling President Donald Trump a “Looooosseer!” to laughs and applause. Chappelle hosted “SNL” in November 2016 in its first episode after Trump’s election, pointedly critiquing the surprise over the result. “You know, I didn't know Donald Trump was going to win the election,” Chapelle said four years ago. “SNL” has regularly lampooned Trump and his presidency in recent years, enlisting Baldwin to play the commander in chief.
'Saturday Night Live' recreates debate in 46th season opener
(Will Heath/NBC via AP)LOS ANGELES – “Saturday Night Live” went political with a parody of this week’s presidential debate, Chris Rock's jab at President Donald Trump and Megan Thee Stallion's message supporting Black people during her performance. The NBC late-night sketch series on Saturday night jumped into the reenactment of the recent debate between Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden. The series opened its 46th season, returning to the studio this week after the coronavirus pandemic halted production. Alec Baldwin returned to play Trump before the president’s COVID diagnosis, while Jim Carrey made his feature debut as Biden. “President Trump is in the hospital from COVID, and I just want to say that my heart goes out to COVID,” he joked.
Obama to join Kamala Harris for 2 Democratic fundraisers
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Former President Barack Obama will join Kamala Harris for a pair of fundraisers next week in support of the Democratic ticket, the pair's first events together since Harris became Joe Biden's running mate. Harris campaigned for Obama in Iowa during the 2008 presidential primary, when she was San Francisco's district attorney. Harris was the first woman and Black person elected to that job, just two years after Obama became the nation's first Black president. People will be able to join even if they contribute just $1, the campaign aide said. Harris has headlined more than a dozen fundraisers for the campaign since joining the ticket.
Oops, says Emmy: 'This Is Us' actor gets award after mix-up
(The Television Academy via AP)LOS ANGELES – In a virtual Emmys version of the wrong-winner Oscars gaffe, Ron Cephas Jones’ guest actor award for “This Is Us” was announced for another nominee, Jason Bateman. In a voice-over announcement, Bateman was declared the winner for his guest appearance on HBO's “The Outsider,” while the screen displayed Jones' name. He expressed delight when learning that the pair made Emmy history as the first father and daughter to win in the same year. More than 100 cameras are being deployed to nominees at home and elsewhere so winners can accept their award in real time. Other winners Saturday included Eddie Murphy, whose return to “Saturday Night Live” after more than three decades earned the star his first Emmy Award, for guest comedy series actor.
Trump lip-sync star Sarah Cooper gets Netflix special
LOS ANGELES Sarah Cooper, whose lip-sync parodies of President Donald Trump are an online sensation, is coming to Netflix with a variety special. Everything's Fine," starring the writer and comedian, will debut this fall, the streaming service said Wednesday. Cooper is working with heavyweight talent on the special: Maya Rudolph is the executive producer and Nastasha Lyonne ("Russian Doll") is directing. The show will include vignettes dealing with issues of politics, race, gender, class, and other light subjects, Netflix said, with guest performers taking part in short interviews, sketches and more shenanigans.In her early Trump satiric video, How to Medical, an expressive Cooper silently mouthed along to the president's musings about the possibilities of sunlight and disinfectant as coronavirus antidotes. Cooper's comedic how-to books include 100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings and How to be Successful Without Hurting Mens Feelings.