"All the successes in Trump's organization, they're due to the genius of Donald Trump. All the crimes, he had no idea," Noah said on "The Daily Show."
Dr. Ajayita Chanana told Newsweek she was stunned when Johnson commented on the clip: "What a great sport he is."
More than 1 million people have watched the TikTok video of one person's observations on the "repetitive casseroles" of Thanksgiving.
Jax the puppy's fascination with his own appendage was a source of delight for viewers on TikTok.
Users lampooned everything from James Cameron's Titanic to the AOL Chat rooms from the early days of the internet.
Newsweek spoke to "Rick and Morty" creator Justin Roiland, showrunner Scott Marder, and cast Sarah Chalke, Chris Parnell and Spencer Grammer about Season 6.
Leno sustained burn injuries during a garage fire at his house this past weekend.
Comedian and bandleader of "The Late Late Show With James Corden," Watts asked Chappelle to "consider a different approach."
"So much of the magic of the original has to do with the performers," Jim Meskimen told Newsweek. "And that recipe is kind of hard to recreate sometimes."
"The bride probably thought someone was throwing rocks at her," one person commented on the viral TikTok viewed over 8 million times so far.
"Last night on SNL, Chappelle showed us once again what a vile antisemite he is," the group StopAntisemitism tweeted Sunday.
As the finale of award-winning TV show "Atlanta" looms, here's what creator and star Donald Glover has said about why it's ending.
The comedian released a stand-up special last year that contained controversial comments about transgender people.
The comedian, who has been banned from Twitter, drew criticism after allegedly tweeting via her late mother's account.
During her "Saturday Night Live" monologue, Schumer made a thinly veiled reference to Ye's recent alleged antisemitic remarks.
A number of verified accounts have already been suspended for pretending to be Musk on Twitter.
Tina Sieben told Newsweek the officiant told her afterwards "if he wasn't already married he'd marry me for that speech."
Veteran comedy writer Jeffrey L. Gurian spoke to Newsweek about having one of his own jokes stolen, and discusses the incident between Corden and Ricky Gervais.
After James Corden admitted to "inadvertently" using a Ricky Gervais joke on his show, British comedian Mike Cox suggested Gervais once stole a joke of his.
During his monologue for 'The Late Late Show with James Corden,' the host allegedly repeated a joke from Gervais' 2018 stand-up special 'Humanity.'
The New York City restaurant owner who recently banned—and then un-banned—Corden is once again lashing out at the comedian.
Baldwin Williams, a voiceover artist who has gone viral lending his voice to cats' inner monologues on TikTok, spoke to Newsweek about his journey.
"Harry Potter" actor Jason Isaacs has posted a lengthy defense of comedian Jordan Gray after she unexpectedly stripped naked on British TV.
The host of 'Hell of a Week With Charlamagne Tha God' told Newsweek about his mental health journey.
In an exclusive Newsweek essay, former Saturday Night Live writer Hugh Fink addresses Trump's recent comments.
Stars of the upcoming comedy "Weird: The Al Yankovic Story" Daniel Radcliffe and Evan Rachel Wood spoke to Newsweek about being child actors.
"I would be distraught," one viewer wrote with another quipping: ""The next Google search popping up would be adoption agencies if that were me."
Emily Sullivan told Newsweek her costume took two weeks to make and required "cardboard, hot glue, duct tape, black spray paint, and a lot of patience."
SNL fans watching at home were not impressed and slammed the segment saying, "this isn't funny, at all."
"Real Housewives of New York City" star Eboni K. Williams said she was upset by the stand-up comedian's routine at a recent show.