"It's a really different show. I don't think it could be more different than the original," Jared Padalecki tells Newsweek about how the 'Walker' reboot is different from the original.
"There was nothing that could have prepared me for the amount of stretching and body contorting martial arts requires," Xolo Maridueña told Newswee about preparing for Netflix's 'Cobra Kai.'
"I graduated high school, released my first single, signed to a label, launched a podcast with my sister [Charli D'Amelio] and launched my YouTube channel." Dixie D'Amelio has had quite a year.
"Every single day is just something new and something so crazy," TikTok star and entrepreneur told Newsweek about his career.
"She has always kind of been present. Of course, it has a lot to do with her being robbed from us," Christian Serratos, who portrays Selena in Netflix's 'Selena: The Series,' told Newsweek."
"It's important for athletes to remember that when your playing days end, your career and accomplishments are not over," Good Morning America's Michael Strahan told Newsweek.
"My dream is that somebody right now is writing a Broadway show about this pandemic," Kristin Chenoweth, one of the stars of the new Robert Zemeckis movie "The Witches," told Newsweek.
"I feel that we're all able to, as a country, really talk and really listen to each other," Sara Gilbert told Newsweek about how the Conner family might be an agent for more understanding and communication in the nation post-election.
"I don't believe that the world is ending, but I do believe that keeping the world moving forward is a team effort," Trevor Noah told Newsweek.
"Thanks to Donald Trump for making Jeanine a household name so that I can act like a clown," Cecily Strong tells Newsweek about portraying Jeanine Pirro on 'SNL.'
"We're in the middle of a revolution. We're in the middle of a reckoning," Janelle Monáe told Newsweek.
"I've got a seat at the table at 'The View,' the most important political show on TV. I can be a champion for people that don't have a voice," Sunny Hostin tells Newsweek."
"I have never laughed so hard in my life. Those guys are two of the funniest people and two of the sweetest guys I've ever known," Sean Hayes tells 'Newsweek' about Will Arnett and Jason Bateman. The three host the new podcast 'Smartless.'
"I think there's something sad if TikTok gets shut down...At the same time, it'll be okay," viral video creator Zach King tells 'Newsweek.'
Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy speak with 'Newsweek' about their new Disney+ show 'Muppets Now,' where they stand as a couple and so much more.
"I'm a huge game show person," Mayim Bialik told "Newsweek" about hosting her new TBS show "Celebrity Spin-Off."
Garcelle Beauvais is the first Black cast member in the 10-year history of Bravo's 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.'
"It's definitely a slightly different type of movie for me," Judd Apatow told Newsweek about his new film with Pete Davidson, "The King of Staten Island."
Lisa Kudrow talks about her new Netflix series 'Space Force,' the 'Friends' reunion special on HBO Max and whether she'd do a third season of her cult-favorite series 'The Comeback.'
Ramy Youssef's vision for the second season of 'Ramy' on Hulu is big, bold and brave.
If RuPaul is the drag superstar of the world, then Michelle Visage—his best friend and judge on his wildly popular "RuPaul's Drag Race"—is the superstar drag mother of the world.
Jennifer Weiner's new book 'Big Summer' is the next big summer read you've been waiting for.
If there's one area of entertainment perhaps best suited to tackle a global crisis, it's comedy talk shows like Hasan Minhaj's 'Patriot Act' on Netflix.
"If we were separating people by their eye color, certainly their skin color, the uproar would be quite quick and clear," Billions' Asia Kate Dillon told Newsweek.
"There are a lot of young people who don't know the name Shirley Chisolm," Uzo Aduba, who plays her in 'Mrs. America' (Hulu, April 15), told 'Newsweek.'
"It's my favorite season of all three," Josh Hutcherson told 'Newsweek' about the third and final season of Hulu's 'Future Man.'
"This album I made 100% for me," Adam Lambert told 'Newsweek' about his fourth studio album 'Velvet.'
He needs more than just spells and his trusty wand to escape from an apartheid-era prison in South Africa in 1979.