'SNL' to air prime-time election spoofs this fall
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — NBC will air a pair of "Saturday Night Live" prime-time specials spoofing the fall election, and it's leaving the door open for cult-favorite comedy "Community" to continue beyond next season's abbreviated run.
The live "SNL" specials, which follow an election-cycle tradition for the satire series, will air Sept. 20 and 27, NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt announced Tuesday.
He also said that "Community," which hovered near cancellation before winning a reprieve for 13 weeks, could live even longer if it proves itself in its new Friday slot.
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