'90s 'SNL' Gets Documentary Treatment
"Saturday Night Live in the '90s: Pop Culture Nation" is the third in a series of films about the late-night institution by director-producer Kenneth Bowser. The previous two, focusing on the show's early years and the tribulations of the 1980s, aired in 2005.
"This new 'Saturday Night Live in the '90s' special is funny, dramatic and filled with great clips and new interviews featuring the biggest comedy stars of today," NBC's Rick Ludwin says. "These are the backstage stories that made headlines. For viewers who grew up watching and became fans of 'SNL' in the '90s, this is your night."
As with the past two "SNL" documentaries, "Pop Culture Nation" will be filled with interviews from cast members and writers, including
Bowser earned an Emmy nomination in 2005 for the first "SNL" documentary, "Live from
"Saturday Night Live in the '90s" is scheduled to air Sunday, May 6 on NBC.