Over decades, Rupert Murdoch created a multibillion-dollar media empire that, in turn, changed journalism for better and for worse.
Murdoch has stepped down as chairman of Fox Corp and News Corp and left his son Lachlan Murdoch as sole chairman of News Corp, among other roles.
The actress now earns a living on OnlyFans after speaking out against vaccine mandates during the COVID pandemic.
Aaron Rodgers is using the HBO show to bond with his New York Jets teammates.
"My job? Get inside your heads," mentalist Oz Pearlman said to New York Jets players during Tuesday's episode of HBO's Hard Knocks.
Cloud's family announced his death in a statement on Monday. The actor was 25 years old.
In his latest blog post, the novelist said that "this year's strike is the most important of my lifetime."
As "Sex and the City" reaches its 25th anniversary, one bisexual advocate told Newsweek how "And Just Like That..." can make up for the damage done in the past.
TV fans called out the show for its explicit sex scenes but others praised Depp's performance in the HBO show.
Newsweek spoke to "White House Plumbers" cast members Woody Harrelson, Justin Theroux and Lena Headey.
Lena Headey, star of new HBO show "White House Plumbers," told Newsweek about her previous series for the television network, "Game of Thrones."
Reports suggest a "Harry Potter" reboot is in the works at HBO, but fans on social media don't appear happy about the decision.
Brian Cox spoke to Newsweek about what's in store for Logan Roy as he goes head-to-head with his children over Waystar RoyCo one last time.
Kieran Culkin and J. Smith-Cameron spoke to Newsweek about the "icy" bond between Roman and Gerri in "Succession" Season 4 and what it means for their future.
The fourth season saw the Roy family go up against each other in a bidding war over PGM, with Naomi Pierce making a return to the franchise.
Strong spoke to Newsweek about what is to come in "Succession" Season 4 and shared the ways in which he has found Kendall Roy "frustrating" to play.
Brian Cox, Kieran Culkin, Alan Ruck, J. Smith Cameron and Nicholas Braun spoke to Newsweek about who'd be the best fit for a spinoff to 'Succession' and why.
"It's been a profound experience for me," the actor told Newsweek of his work on "Succession," the final series of which premieres on Sunday, March 26.
"Succession" is returning to HBO for its fourth and final season, which will see the Roy family go head-to-head one last time over Waystar Royco.
"You can't go into a system where somebody's already been trained to behave in a certain kind of way and then just expect them to cut themselves off," Cox said.
The screen star's choice of ensemble for the Vanity Fair Oscar Party attracted a wave of criticism on social media.
"The Last of Us" came to its epic conclusion on Sunday night but the HBO series has already set the stage for its forthcoming season.
"The Last of Us" co-creators Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann spoke about the Season 1 finale and why it couldn't be different from the game's ending.
Merle Dandridge spoke to Newsweek about returning to the role of Marlene 10 years after making the game, and how Bella Ramsey proved to be a "fearless" actor.
"The Last of Us" is almost at its end, but star Bella Ramsey has warned viewers that they may not be happy with how the HBO show develops.
"Rolling Stone" magazine reported on the allegedly chaotic set of HBO's "The Idol," which co-creator The Weeknd responded to with the tweet, "did we upset you?"
After the release of the teaser trailer for Episode 8, several fans began commenting on the importance of David and James in Ellie's Season 1 and 2 journey.
"The Last of Us" actors Bella Ramsey and Storm Reid have praised LGBTQ representation in the HBO show, which saw their characters kiss in Episode 7.
Storm Reid plays Riley Abel in "The Last of Us" Episode 7, which explores Ellie's back story and her relationship with the character before meeting Joel.