A new scholarship sponsored by SNL covers the costs of training at Second City for comedians starting out in their careers.
Sheehan, who died Jan. 7, broke the story of the Pentagon Papers and wrote A Bright Shining Lie, a Pulitzer Prize-winning book about the Vietnam War. Originally broadcast in 1988.
Link, who died Dec. 27, worked with Richard Levinson to write classic TV shows, as well as groundbreaking TV movies about social issues. Originally broadcast in 1989.
Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany star as a witch and an android in the newest entry in Disney's Marvel universe. WandaVision is framed like a sitcom, but will likely get much more dramatic.
The documentarian, who died Jan. 7, spent decades following the lives of a group of British citizens, updating their stories with a new episode every seven years. Originally broadcast in 2013.