"Westworld" star Evan Rachel Wood portrays Christina in Season 4 after previously playing Dolores Abernathy, but the two are far too alike to be a coincidence.
"Westworld" actor James Marsden has returned to the show's fourth season despite his character Teddy Flood having died at the end of Season 2.
"Westworld" Season 4 is not set directly after the events of Season 3, and follows characters Caleb, Maeve and Charlotte Hale after a long time has passed.
'Westworld' star Evan Rachel Wood spoke to Newsweek about the actor's new character Christina and how it was 'bittersweet' to say goodbye to Dolores.
Aaron Paul spoke to Newsweek about connecting to "Westworld" character Caleb on a personal level in Season 4 now the soldier has become a father like himself.
"Westworld" is returning for its fourth season more than two years after the conclusion of Season 3. For those who need a refresher, look no further.
A group of friends were told by police that they had committed a murder, despite them having no recollection of the incident, spending years in prison before being exonerated.
The "Game of Thrones" universe might be about to get a little bigger with a spinoff starring Kit Harington.
The popular HBO series ran for eight seasons and ended in May 2019.
The queen's absence from the first day of the Royal Ascot horseracing event comes after the 96-year-old monarch skipped the jubilee Epsom Derby.
What would the U.S. look like if abortion were illegal? Ask the people who were there in a documentary more relevant than ever.
The 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards took place at the Barker Hanger in Los Angeles.
David Rudolf told Newsweek all about the Owl Theory and his own and Peterson's thoughts on the idea.
"Hearing him say 'I think Amber Heard is hot, I want her to hit me' turned me off," one student said in a tweet.
The co-director of the new HBO documentary, 'George Carlin's American Dream,' told Newsweek why Carlin is the go-to comedian for serious topics.
"We Own This City" is co-created by David Simon and George Pelecanos, who have brought back a number of actors they worked with on "The Wire."
Queen Elizabeth II's declining health may force her to consider stepping aside, but not before her Platinum Jubilee, a royal author told Newsweek.
The drama series has been awarded in six categories this year.
Michelle Williams has described how "Succession's" Jeremy Strong was there for her and her daughter to help them cope with the tragedy of losing Heath Ledger in 2008.
The 35-year-old actress plays a lawyer investigating the Gun Trace Task Force and the crimes they committed in the city of Baltimore.
Season 2 of the basketball biopic, "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty," has been confirmed—but the cast told Newsweek that there is even more to come.
Jesse Armstrong told Newsweek and other press at the BAFTA TV 2022 Awards in London all about the status of Season 4.
A person can be heard shouting "show us those boobs" to Sydney Sweeney as she walked along the red carpet.
"Gentleman Jack" star Suranne Jones told Newsweek all about Anne Lister's relationship with Mariana Lawton.
Ben Foster portrays Auschwitz survivor Harry Haft in "The Survivor" on HBO, directed by Oscar-winner Barry Levinson with a score from Hans Zimmer.
Darrell Britt-Gibson, Josh Charles, Jamie Hector, and Wunmi Mosaku spoke to Newsweek about "We Own This City" and how they felt filming its difficult subject.
"Gentleman Jack" is back with Season 2, which also means the return of the show's iconic theme song.
Wayne Jenkins was a member of the Baltimore police department's Gun Trace Task Force—the subject of HBO's true-crime drama "We Own This City."