"The Staircase" is the brand new true-crime drama starring Colin Firth and Toni Colette as Michael and Kathleen Peterson.
Remnant Fellowship Church leader Gwen Shamblin married "Tarzan" actor and wannabe country music star Joe Lara in 2018 after the pair met while Lara was working as a handyman in Tennessee.
Gwen Shamblin Lara, who died in a 2021 plane crash, was the founder of the Remnant Fellowship Church,
Ben Foster portrays Auschwitz survivor Harry Haft in "The Survivor" on HBO, directed by Oscar-winner Barry Levinson with a score from Hans Zimmer.
Returning for a second season of HBO's "Made for Love," Ray Romano spoke to Newsweek about the state of comedy after the Oscars slap incident.
"Stranger Things," "Obi-Wan Kenobi," and a new "Star Trek" series are among the May 2022 highlights on Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, HBO Max, Peacock and Paramount+.
"Gentleman Jack" is back with Season 2, which also means the return of the show's iconic theme song.
"Gentleman Jack" Season 2 is finally here and creator Sally Wainright told Newsweek all about bringing the real Anne Lister and her diary entries to life.
"Gentleman Jack" stars Suranne Jones and Sophie Rundle told Newsweek all about what is in store for Anne Lister and Ann Walker in Season 2.
Ahead of the return of "Barry" Season 3 on HBO, Newsweek spoke to Bill Hader, Henry Winkler, Anthony Carrigan and Stephen Root about the murder-filled comedy.
NBA legend Jerry West has demanded a retraction over his portrayal in the new HBO sports biopic, "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty."
"Minx" star Lennon Parham told Newsweek all about her hopes for Season 2, on-screen male nudity and playing everybody's favorite sister, Shelly.
Robert Pattinson's Bruce Wayne is about to make his streaming debut—and "The Batman" will also be showing on HBO very soon too.
On the latest Parting Shot, Newsweek's H. Alan Scott looks into the boom of full-frontal male nudity on TV and how it might not be as big of a moment as some would hope.
Newsweek has an exclusive preview clip of the new HBO Max drama "Tokyo Vice" while star Ken Watanabe details his experience with the real-life Yakuza.
Ansel Elgort told Newsweek how producer Michael Mann sent him undercover to prepare to play Jake Adelstein in the TV adaptation of the book "Tokyo Vice."
Gary Betzner is at the center of HBO's latest documentary series "The Invisible Pilot."
The Kaley Cuoco HBO Max series has a new trailer, an A-list new cast member—and an even deeper mystery.
The long-awaited Season 2 of "Russian Doll," the finales of "Better Call Saul" and "Ozark," new shows from Andrew Garfield and David Simon and more.
Among the content coming to streaming in April are a new Kardashians show, Season 2 of "Russian Doll," and a series about the making of "The Godfather."
Here's where you can watch this year's movies on Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, HBO Max and more.
"The Tourist," "The Responder," "Vigil," and "Time," four of the BBC's biggest shows of the past year, will be returning for Season 2.
HBO Max show "DMZ" is based on a DC Comics series of the same name, but it diverts significantly from the storyline in ways fans might not expect.
Max Borenstein and Rodney Barnes told Newsweek about how they made HBO series "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty" look authentically dated.
"Death on the Nile" will be available on several streaming platforms, including HBO Max and Disney+. Newsweek has all the details.
The love story of Anne Lister and Ann Walker continues in "Gentleman Jack" Season 2, coming soon to HBO and BBC.