All you “murder show” fans out there, you’ve officially been seen.
Over the past few years, it seems like true crime documentaries and scripted shows have been particularly popular. Remember Tiger King?All those series about actual events, like Dirty John? Terrifyingly interesting.
The fascination is real, which is exactly why Saturday Night Live decided to film a skit about it. And honestly, it’s pretty spot on. The SNL clip is called “Murder Show,” and it pokes fun at TV viewers and “the interesting way they unwind.” I.e., those of us who spend our Friday nights with real-life scary movies.
It stars Kate McKinnon, Melissa Villaseñor, Ego Nwodim, Chloe Fineman, and The Voice coach Nick Jonas, who was hosting that night.
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The comedians call the routine “self care,” and sing about the grisly things they watch while they fold pajamas, eat pizza, text family, and even pay their taxes. Then, the whole ode is taken to a new level when Jonas returns to sing about the next big thing: Cult shows.
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