While the entire "Succession" script is masterful, Kieran Culkin's character by far has the best one-liners and questionable quips.
"Mass in Time of War" put the spotlight on Kendall, Roman, Shiv and Connor as they debated whether to oust their father Logan from Waystar Royco.
Kieran Culkin, best known for his role as Roman Roy in "Succession," is set to make an appearance on Saturday Night Live and host the show.
"Succession" hinges on the dysfunctional Roy family and their internal competition with each other to see who will take over Waystar Royco.
Even though it's only been on for just three seasons, the theme tune for "Succession" has quickly become one of the most popular openings on TV.
As the fifth and final season of "Insecure" begins on Sunday, fans of the HBO comedy are clamoring for a big-screen version.
"He's the most awful person though isn't he?" Lorraine Kelly told Kieran Culkin on British morning TV.
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There have been a number of contenders to take over Waystar Royco from Logan Roy in "Succession," but none seem more suited than Gerri Kellman.
Brian Cox spoke with Newsweek about playing the Roy family patriarch in "Succession" and detailed what fans can expect in Season 3 and beyond.
"Succession" fans showed they were musically inspired as the dysfunctional Roy family returned to screens for Season 3.
Following the shocking events of season 2, Kendall prepares to go to war against his father Logan as season 3 kicks off with a dramatic first episode.
After two years of waiting, "Succession" Season 3 is finally here.
The actor is now synonymous with the critically-acclaimed HBO drama and as the eldest Roy sibling, Connor.
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Nearly one month after Robert Durst was found guilty of Susan Berman's murder, the New York millionaire has been sentenced to life in prison.
Simon Monjack is a big part of the new docu-series "What Happened, Brittany Murphy?" which is available to watch now on HBO Max.
Larry David is bringing his sitcom back for an eleventh season on HBO with plenty more celebrity cameos to look forward to.
Shangela spoke to Newsweek about working with a new group of "inspiring" individuals on the second season of "We're Here," with Bob the Drag Queen and Eureka.
Director Elvira Lind and "Scenes From a Marriage" star Oscar Isaac have been married for over three years.
Actor Granville Adams, who played Zahir Arif on HBO prison drama "Oz," passed away on Sunday after battling cancer.
"We're Here" co-creators Johnnie Ingram and Stephen Warren spoke with Newsweek about how they select the people queens Shangela, Bob the Drag Queen and Eureka help on Season 2.
"My Brilliant" Friend is coming back to HBO after two hugely popular seasons with critics and fans - gaining an average rating of 95.5 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.
The 2021 BFI London Film Festival features dozens of impressive projects but here are 14 movies and two TV shows to look out for.
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