Bill Keveney, USA TODAY Published 2:01 a.m. ET April 12, 2020 | Updated 4:13 a.m. ET April 12, 2020CLOSE”Saturday Night Live” returned looking very different from the late-night comedy show that has imprinted itself on American culture over 45 seasons. Saturday’s new episode, the first since production shut down after the March 7 episode hosted by Daniel Craig, featured a unique cold open: 17 cast members in boxes on a Zoom screen.”It’s wonderful to see my beautiful castmates on this technological approach to trying to do a live show,” said Kenan Thompson, the longest-serving member of the group.Kate McKinnon then offered the bizarre-o version of the trademark “SNL” opening: “And live from Zoom, it’s somewhere between March and August.”And, as host Tom Hanks then explained, the episode wasn’t really live, it was filmed by the cast members at their homes in New York and beyond and it was not going to look like it usually does. But, “What the heck! let’s give it a shot.” Who’s watching ⁉️#SNLAtHomepic.twitter.com/SnblzMSzh5— Saturday Night Live – SNL (@nbcsnl) April 12, 2020The vibe was different from the get-go. Ousted from its now way-too-cozy Studio 8H, the iconic NBC late-night show did its best to adjust to the age of coronavirus, as late-night talk shows have


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