The PeekScores of the Cast of Saturday Night Live’s 37th Season

What is PeekScore?: PeekScore is a rank from 1 to 10, assigned to every person. The higher someone’s score, the “more important” they are on the web. In calculating your PeekScore and updating it often, PeekYou takes into account your known presence and activity on the Internet, including but not limited to; your blogging, participation in social networks, the number of your friends, followers, or readers, the amount of web content you create, and your prominence in the news.

Here’s a pretty straightforward one for you guys. SNL‘s back on NBC, on September 24th, for the launch of its 37th consecutive season. We’ve decided, as we normally do here on this blog, to put the current cast through the PeekScore rigors and see how they shake out.

The list seems relatively consistent with, and proportionate to, the fame of each castmember, although we know that’s arguable. For the most part it’s a tight race, with even the victor none too far ahead of the pack. Not surprisingly, the internet likes this show and this bunch, and the scores reflect this.

Who’s your favorite of the current cast? Who’s your favorite SNL castmember of all time? Who don’t you care for all that much? Let us know in the comments.

Rank Picture Name In the Cast (or Featured) Since Current PeekScore
1

Kristen Wiig
2005
8.74 / 10.00
2

Jason Sudeikis
2005
8.68 / 10.00
3

Andy Samberg
2005
8.50 / 10.00
4

Bill Hader
2005
8.29 / 10.00
5

Seth Meyers
2001
8.25 / 10.00
6



Fred Armisen
2002
8.16 / 10.00
7

Kenan Thompson
2003
8.15 / 10.00
8

Abby Elliott
2008
8.02 / 10.00
9

Jay Pharoah
2010
8.02 / 10.00
10

Bobby Moynihan
2008
8.01 / 10.00
11

Nasim Pedrad
2009
8.01 / 10.00
12

Vanessa Bayer
2010
8.00 / 10.00
13

Paul Brittain
2010
7.87 / 10.00
14

Taran Killam
2010
7.56 / 10.00

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