SNL is an answer for the NYT Crossword puzzle. Here you can get the history and usage for SNL in NYT Crossword from 1994.

This "SNL" answer was first appeared in "12 Mar 1995" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Variety show since 1975: Abbr.". It was authored by Charles M. Deber. Recently, the "SNL" answer has been used for "30 Nov 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Forte and Strong once worked on it, for short". It was authored by Jeffrey Martinovic and Jeff Chen. "SNL" appeared 226 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "SNL" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
30 Nov 2023 5D Forte and Strong once worked on it, for short Jeffrey Martinovic and Jeff Chen
26 Nov 2023 81A Producer of sketches, in brief Adam Wagner and Michael Lieberman
9 Oct 2023 32A NBC skit show since 1975, in brief Zachary David Levy
25 Sep 2023 23D Weekend TV comedy show, in brief Lynn Lempel
23 Jul 2023 8D Show shot in Studio 8H, for short Chandi Deitmer
31 May 2023 50D Tina Fey was its first female head writer, in brief Brandon Koppy
27 Mar 2023 28D Long-running Lorne Michaels production, for short Simon Marotte and Trenton Lee Stewart
21 Feb 2023 28A Long-running sketch show, in brief Daniel Raymon
5 Feb 2023 115D Show with a “What’s Up With That?” segment, for short Jeremy Newton
29 Dec 2022 61D Show with “featured players,” in brief Claire Rimkus and Rachel Fabi
27 Dec 2022 27A Weekend comedy hit, in brief Lynn Lempel
17 Aug 2022 34D NBC hit since 1975, in brief Michael Paleos
15 Jul 2022 56A Show that opens with an iconic crane shot, in brief Matthew Stock and Nam Jin Yoon
4 Jul 2022 32D NBC comedy show, in brief Bruce Haight
18 Jun 2022 59A With 45-Across, performance in Studio 8H Brooke Husic
29 Apr 2022 22A Show featuring Bowen Yang, for short Erica Hsiung Wojcik
29 Mar 2022 31D NBC weekend skit show, for short Jamey Smith
3 Mar 2022 4D Show that spawned “Wayne’s World,” in brief August Lee-Kovach
1 Mar 2022 42D NBC hit since ’75 Lisa Senzel and Jeff Chen
22 Dec 2021 39A Sketch show since ’75 Noki Trias and Lawrence Barrett
16 Dec 2021 47A Weekly 90-min. TV show Trenton Charlson
16 Nov 2021 7D Weekly show famously filmed in Studio 8H, in brief Drew Schmenner
17 Oct 2021 29D Kenan Thompson is its longest-tenured member, for short Jeff Chen
12 Sep 2021 49D Show with over 1,000 handwritten cue cards each week, for short Alex Rosen
18 Aug 2021 63D Show with the recurring character Target Lady, in brief Alina Abidi
23 Jul 2021 10D Letters that can fill in the blanks of “_A_D_ER” to make an appropriate surname Michael Hawkins
15 Jul 2021 29D Not Ready for Prime Time Players show, for short Max Carpenter
28 Jun 2021 65D NBC sketch show, in brief Pamela F. Davis
17 Jun 2021 44A Chase vehicle, once, in brief? Blake Slonecker
6 Jun 2021 96D Show filmed at Rockefeller Ctr. Robyn Weintraub
1 Jun 2021 42D See 41-Down Finn Vigeland
11 May 2021 48A Where the Blues Brothers debuted, for short Kevin Patterson
8 Apr 2021 20A Airer of political parodies, briefly Jake Halperin
7 Mar 2021 65A Popular 90-min. show Celeste Watts and Jeff Chen
29 Dec 2020 20A Show known for its cold opens, for short Matthew Trout
2 Dec 2020 19D “Weekend Update” show, in brief Will Nediger
28 Nov 2020 19A Originator of parody ads for 5-hour Empathy and Tylenol BM, in brief Nam Jin Yoon
12 Nov 2020 22A “___ at Home” (one of three special TV shows of 2020) Kristian House
31 Oct 2020 5D It’s noted for its alums Stella Zawistowski
25 Oct 2020 19D “30 Rock” was inspired by it, for short Peter A. Collins
21 Oct 2020 43A Creator of sketches, in brief Dory Mintz
6 Sep 2020 84A George Carlin was its first host, for short David Kwong
15 Jul 2020 65A The youngest host in its history is Drew Barrymore (age 7): Abbr. Lee Higbie and Jeff Chen
13 Jun 2020 53A Aspiration for many Second City performers, in brief Trenton Charlson
12 May 2020 5D Show with Kate McKinnon, in brief Tom Pepper and Zhouqin Burnikel
9 Apr 2020 35A Show that Betty White hosted at age 88, informally Alex Eaton-Salners
4 Apr 2020 29A Weekly show filmed in Studio 8H, for short Yacob Yonas
12 Feb 2020 13D Where an artist works on a sketch, for short? Rich Proulx
22 Nov 2019 37D “Black Jeopardy!” show, for short Emily Carroll
16 Sep 2019 13D Sketch show with celebrity hosts, for short Amanda Rafkin and Ross Trudeau
9 Sep 2019 59D TV show that originally included John Belushi and Jane Curtin, for short Dan Schoenholz
8 Sep 2019 63A Show that NBC 62-Across, for short Joe DiPietro
12 Jul 2019 40A First show to win 50 Emmys, in brief Evan Kalish
24 Jun 2019 5D Weekly show with a cold open, for short Ross Trudeau
14 Feb 2019 63A Show with noted alumni, for short John E. Bennett and Jeff Chen
11 Dec 2018 58A Weekly show broadcast from Rockefeller Center, for short Amanda Chung and Karl Ni
2 Nov 2018 61A Show with a musical guest, for short David Steinberg
22 Oct 2018 8D Weekly parody source, briefly Alex Eaton-Salners
5 Sep 2018 29D Show filmed weekly in N.Y.C. Amanda Chung, Karl Ni and Erik Agard
4 Sep 2018 41A Show with many notable alums Bruce Haight
26 Aug 2018 36A NBC hit since ’75 Olivia Mitra Framke
21 Aug 2018 45D Show with “TV Funhouse” pieces, in brief John Lieb and Andrea Yañes
20 Aug 2018 19A “Weekend Update” show, for short Peter Gordon
1 Jul 2018 110D Show with Kate McKinnon, for short Sam Trabucco
29 Jun 2018 25D Show filmed in Studio 8H, for short David Steinberg
28 Mar 2018 58D Fall ’75 TV debut Peter Gordon
4 Feb 2018 118D Skit show, for short David Levinson Wilk
21 Jan 2018 77A TV show with the most Primetime Emmy noms Victor Barocas and Andy Kravis
12 Jan 2018 57D Show featuring Leslie Jones, for short Erik Agard
29 Dec 2017 9D Hot show with a cold open, for short David Steinberg
16 Dec 2017 40A Goal for aspiring comedians, for short Sam Ezersky
19 Nov 2017 11A The Land Shark’s show, for short Tom McCoy
26 Oct 2017 42A Weekly 90-min. TV show Jacob Stulberg
15 Oct 2017 49A Emmy-winning show of both 1976 and 2017, in brief John Guzzetta and Michael Hawkins
9 Sep 2017 44D Its artists do many sketches, for short John Guzzetta and Michael Hawkins
15 Jul 2017 10D Show for which Louis C.K. unsuccessfully auditioned in ’93 Zachary Spitz
23 May 2017 61D TV show that comes on at 11:29 (not 11:30) p.m. Zhouqin Burnikel
18 May 2017 54A Show with a record 200+ Emmy noms Jacob Stulberg
7 May 2017 17D “Celebrity Jeopardy!” show, briefly Natan Last, Finn Vigeland and the J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
23 Mar 2017 67A Show filmed at Rockefeller Center, for short Sandy Ganzell
19 Mar 2017 110D Show with a “cold open,” for short Grant Thackray
18 Jan 2017 8D TV show on which “The Chanukah Song” debuted, informally Matthew Sewell
18 Dec 2016 5D 1975 TV debut, briefly Derrick Niederman
28 Aug 2016 89A Skit show, for short Paolo Pasco
22 Aug 2016 33A NBC weekend show since ’75 Emily Carroll
8 Aug 2016 9D “Weekend Update” show, for short Zhouqin Burnikel and Don Gagliardo
29 Apr 2016 51A Show that’s earned more than 40 Emmys, in brief Andrew Kingsley
28 Apr 2016 49D TV home of “Weekend Update,” in brief Kurt Krauss
14 Apr 2016 27D High-profile gig for a musician, for short Jason Flinn
26 Mar 2016 5D Staple for sketches, for short Damon Gulczynski
31 Dec 2015 1A Onetime gig for Wiig, in brief Ben Tausig
20 Oct 2015 21A Longtime Lorne Michaels-produced show, for short Sam Buchbinder
11 Oct 2015 56A TV show since 10/11/75, eight of whose former stars appear in the circled squares in this puzzle David J. Kahn
26 Jun 2015 56D Former gig for Sen. Franken Erin Rhode
21 Jun 2015 7D Big inits. in comedy Timothy Polin
15 May 2015 41D ___ alum David Phillips
12 May 2015 34D Pre-Letterman gig for Paul Shaffer, for short Paul Hunsberger
20 Feb 2015 40D Sketchy program, for short? David Woolf
31 Dec 2014 62D Show for which Conan O’Brien once wrote, in brief David Woolf
8 Dec 2014 37D See 11-Down Kevin Christian and Andrea Carla Michaels
28 Nov 2014 62A It has many famous alums Tracy Gray
20 Sep 2014 32D TV inits. since 10/11/75 Erik Agard
15 Sep 2014 49A TV show created by Lorne Michaels, for short Andrea Carla Michaels
13 Sep 2014 29D Chase scene producer, for short Josh Knapp
7 Sep 2014 71D Sketch show, briefly Tracy Gray and Jeff Chen
2 Sep 2014 12D Show on which Lennon and McCartney considered reuniting, for short Ethan Cooper
28 Jul 2014 62D Sketch comedy TV series since ’75 Tom McCoy
17 Jun 2014 37D Comedy/variety show since ’75 Zhouqin Burnikel
18 Apr 2014 28D It’s associated with Chris Rock and 30 Rock James Mulhern
13 Apr 2014 117D ___ Digital Short Dan Schoenholz
23 Mar 2014 65A Ray Charles hosted it in 1977: Abbr. Ian Livengood
12 Mar 2014 35D Presenter of many a spoof, for short Jeff Chen
4 Mar 2014 56A Precursor to talk shows for Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers, in short Bruce Haight and Peter A. Collins
22 Feb 2014 49A Hit with skits, for short Evan Birnholz
11 Dec 2013 63D NBC show since ’75 Steve Savoy
30 Nov 2013 57D Show on Sen. Franken’s résumé Byron Walden and Brad Wilber
14 Sep 2013 24A “Celebrity Jeopardy!” show, briefly Jeff Chen
2 Sep 2013 49D NBC weekend fixture, for short Jim Peredo
31 Aug 2013 51A 1-Across’s home, once: Abbr. Josh Knapp
20 Aug 2013 39D NBC show since ’75 Zhouqin Burnikel and Don Gagliardo
3 Aug 2013 11D Conan O’Brien’s employer from ’88 to ’91 Brad Wilber and Doug Peterson
28 Jul 2013 88D Casting source for some H’wood comedies Andrew Reynolds
1 Mar 2013 36D TV show that has spawned many movies, briefly Doug Peterson and Brad Wilber
12 Feb 2013 23A NBC fixture since ’75 Dan Schoenholz
10 Feb 2013 63A Mr. Bill appeared on it: Abbr. Patrick Berry
25 Dec 2012 36A Early gig for Chase and Belushi, for short Ellen Leuschner and Victor Fleming
9 Dec 2012 73A 1975 TV debut, briefly Patrick Berry
20 Aug 2012 48A Weekend NBC staple, for short Robert Cirillo
12 Aug 2012 106D NBC offering, briefly Patrick Berry
10 Aug 2012 38D Big inits. in comedy John Lampkin
27 Jun 2012 24A Long-running NBC staple, for short Mike Buckley
2 Apr 2012 17D Irreverent weekend show, briefly Lynn Lempel
15 Mar 2012 3D Kind of short Kristian House
12 Mar 2012 67A NBC comedy show since ’75 Lynn Lempel
11 Mar 2012 4A Collection of sketches, for short Victor Fleming and John Dunn
8 Nov 2011 34A NBC show with skits, in brief Scott Atkinson
21 Oct 2011 44D TV show with the most Emmy nominations, informally Patrick Berry
10 Oct 2011 26A NBC skit show since ’75 Ian C. Livengood
22 Sep 2011 47A Sketch show that launched 40-Across’s career, in short Jeff Dubner
8 May 2011 27A See 66-Across Daniel A. Finan
20 Apr 2011 9D “Weekend Update” show, for short Michael Farabaugh
31 Mar 2011 15A Weekly show starting at 11:30 p.m. E.T. Jeremy Horwitz and Tyler Hinman
17 Mar 2011 52A ___ Digital Short Anna Shechtman
6 Mar 2011 120D TV show filmed at 30 Rock David Levinson Wilk
16 Feb 2011 32D Wiig gig, for short Michael Barnhart
14 Feb 2011 37D NBC weekend skit show, for short Victor Fleming and Lynn Lempel
2 Feb 2011 33D Weekly NBC staple, for short Peter A. Collins
20 Jan 2011 65A NBC fixture since ’75 Michael Shteyman
1 Dec 2010 36D Show announced by Don Pardo for 30+ years, for short Caleb Madison
25 Nov 2010 42A Drew Barrymore hosted this show at age 7: Abbr. Bill Thompson
22 Nov 2010 24A Show that launched Eddie Murphy and Chevy Chase, for short David Poole
18 Oct 2010 35A Weekly TV show with guest hosts, for short Lynn Lempel
12 Oct 2010 55D “___ Digital Shorts” José Chardiet
15 Jul 2010 42A Janis Ian, Billy Preston and George Carlin were its first guests Brendan Emmett Quigley and Patrick Blindauer
1 Jul 2010 58A Longtime TV inits. Clive Probert
8 Feb 2010 52A Where the Blues Brothers got their start, familiarly Paula Gamache
13 Dec 2009 61D Long-running NBC show, for short Mike Shenk
30 Aug 2009 99D NBC inits. since 1975 Ashish Vengsarkar and Narayan Venkatasubramanyan
18 Aug 2009 64D Skit-filled NBC show, for short Tony Orbach
23 Jul 2009 71A NBC-TV inits. Gary & Stephen Kennedy
2 Jun 2009 68A TV staple for over 30 years (and a hint to 17-, 21-, 32-, 41-, 54- and 61-Across) Patrick Blindauer
30 Apr 2009 57D ___ Digital Short Greg Kaiser and Steven Ginzburg
24 Feb 2008 64A Follower of weekend news, briefly Nancy Nicholson Joline
2 Dec 2007 48D Weekly 90-min. show Seth A. Abel
30 Sep 2007 76A “TV Funhouse” show, for short Kelsey Blakley
4 Aug 2007 25A ___ Digital Shorts (late-night comic bits) Byron Walden
29 May 2007 41D NBC hit starting in ’75 Jim Hyres
19 May 2007 27D Mr. Bill’s outlet, once: Abbr. Byron Walden
9 Mar 2007 13D Broadcast from Rockefeller Ctr. Randolph Ross
11 Feb 2007 70A “MADtv” alternative Mark Feldman
7 Jan 2007 83D “Mad TV” rival, for short Ashish Vengsarkar
10 Dec 2006 18D NBC inits. David J. Kahn
15 Nov 2006 36A Show that inspired “30 Rock”: Abbr. David Benkof
29 Oct 2006 79D See 87-Across: Abbr. Elizabeth C. Gorski
18 Oct 2006 37D Weekend TV staple since ’75 John Farmer
7 Oct 2006 31A Chase scenes were once common here, informally David Quarfoot
11 Sep 2006 9D Weekend NBC hit, for short Lynn Lempel
3 Sep 2006 35D Initials for two Belushis Lee Glickstein and Ben Tausig
19 Aug 2006 19A Longtime NBC inits. Bob Peoples
11 Jul 2006 43A Comedy/variety inits. since 1975 Karen M. Tracey
16 Jun 2006 47D Springboard for new comics, briefly Alan Olschwang
28 May 2006 92A Show featuring many alumni of L.A.’s Groundlings comedy troupe Timothy Powell
10 Jan 2006 21D NBC fixture since ’75 David J. Kahn
4 Dec 2005 63D NBC offering, in brief Eric Berlin and Craig Kasper
23 Nov 2005 62D The Coneheads’ show, for short Levi Denham
11 Oct 2005 19A Show that debuted 10/11/1975, for short Mike Torch
18 Sep 2005 62D Venue for the Not Ready for Prime Time Players, in brief Joe DiPietro
26 Jul 2005 42A Lorne Michaels show, for short Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
22 Mar 2005 17A Big inits. in TV comedy David J. Kahn
25 Jan 2005 44D John Belushi was originally on it: Abbr. Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
12 Nov 2004 44D It has a wkly. guest host Brendan Emmett Quigley and Ethan Friedman
30 Sep 2004 57A “Mad TV” rival Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
17 Aug 2004 42A TV prog. with a different host each week Gene Newman
24 Apr 2004 13D Chase vehicle?: Abbr. Patrick Berry
29 Sep 2003 35D Inits. in TV comedy since 1975 Richard Chisholm
6 Sep 2003 19D Crystal work, once: Abbr. David J. Kahn
28 Jul 2003 37D Weekend TV show, for short Gregory E. Paul
23 Jun 2003 22A Show on which the Blues Brothers debuted: Abbr. Raymond Hamel
25 Feb 2003 41A NBC weekend comedy, briefly Nancy Salomon
13 Dec 2002 9D Chase vehicle, briefly Bob Peoples
30 Nov 2002 29A News satire source, briefly Jim Page
9 Jun 2002 60D Inits. in comedy Randolph Ross
26 May 2002 10A Inits. in TV comedy Elizabeth C. Gorski
28 Apr 2002 118D TV inits. since 10/11/75 Elizabeth C. Gorski
24 Feb 2002 116D Weekend show, for short Manny Nosowsky
8 Dec 2001 55D Inits. in comedy Rich Norris
15 Sep 2001 64D TV inits. since 1975 Michael Shteyman
1 Aug 2001 41A Belushi venue, for short William I. Johnston
27 Jul 2001 22A Debut of Oct. 11, 1975 Brendan Emmett Quigley
17 Feb 2001 10D Chevy vehicle, briefly Robert Bridges
31 Dec 2000 83A The Blues Brothers sang here: Abbr. Elizabeth C. Gorski
27 Jun 2000 23A Dan Aykroyd’s old show, briefly Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
18 Jun 2000 72A Venue for the Blues Brothers, for short Elizabeth C. Gorski
16 Apr 2000 50A Skittish show?: Abbr. Elizabeth C. Gorski
3 Mar 2000 45D NBC debut of 10/11/75 Joe DiPietro
26 Dec 1999 94A Show that’s launched many film careers: Abbr. Greg Staples
17 Dec 1999 38A Show with skits, for short Manny Nosowsky
14 Feb 1999 5D Where the Blues Brothers debuted: Abbr. Elizabeth Gorski
22 Nov 1998 34A Sketch-based TV show, briefly Nelson Hardy
20 Aug 1998 26A NBC prog. since 1975 Harvey Estes
22 Jul 1997 1D Variety show since 1975, briefly Fred Piscop
24 May 1997 28A Debut of 10/11/75, briefly Rich Norris
3 Mar 1996 91A NBC prog. since 1975 B. Klahn
19 Sep 1995 50A Long-running NBC show, for short Janet R. Bender
18 May 1995 30D Lorne Michael’s program, for short Chuck Deodene
12 Mar 1995 78A Variety show since 1975: Abbr. Charles M. Deber

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