Tony Dalton's character Lalo Salamanca has disappeared from "Better Call Saul" Season 6, and the actor teased what's to come in an interview with Newsweek.
Meghan Markle "hated" a royal tour which Prince Harry said was a turning point in relations with Charles, William and Kate, according to Tina Brown.
Donald Trump and his team criticized Piers Morgan for making a "deceptively" edited trailer for their interview.
Newsweek caught up with Emilia Fox as she prepares for the launch of her new Italian-based three-part series on Acorn TV, "Signora Volpe."
Arooj Aftab sat down with Newsweek ahead of her first Coachella set, and on the heels of a historic Grammy win.
Ahead of his performance at Coachella Weekend 1, Tucker Pillsbury—known as Role Model onstage—checked with Newsweek on where he's at and where he's going.
"I don't think I ever would've been scouted as a model if it weren't for who my parents are," Ireland Baldwin admitted during an appearance on "Red Table Talk."
Brosnahan spoke to Newsweek about her new Audible Original podcast series "The Miranda Obsession" and gave an update on Season 5 of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel."
Samantha Markle's attorney applied to quit a libel lawsuit against Meghan Markle citing irreconcilable difference and said his client consents to the split.
Beabadobee says her latest single, "See You Soon," is "one of the most personal songs" on her upcoming album "Beatopia," and one of her favorites, too.
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.
Newsweek spoke to Giovanni Ribisi, Matthew Goode, Colin Hanks, Dan Fogler, Patrick Gallo and Burn Gorman about the launch of "The Godfather" biopic "The Offer."
Elisabeth Moss produces, directs and stars in the new Apple TV+ show "Shining Girls." Newsweek spoke to Moss and co-star Wagner Moura about the new thriller.
The two have gone back-and-forth about the interview after the former president accused Morgan of "unlawfully and deceptively" editing it for a promo clip.
Oscar nominee Chloë Sevigny told Newsweek about her role as Lynn Roy in Hulu's "The Girl From Plainville."
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.
Thomas Markle—once described as "the worst dad in the world"—criticized Meghan Markle for leaving baby Lilibet in California during a visit to Europe.
Actor and former NFL player Terry Crews sat down with Newsweek to discuss a range of topics, including his favorite episode of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine."
Jon Bernthal spoke to Newsweek about playing Wayne Jenkins in "We Own This City" and speaking to his real-life counterpart as he serves a 25-year prison sentence.
"It's a shame all those people are dead, all because of a rigged election," Trump said in an interview with Piers Morgan.
Author Robert Jobson has revealed how Princess Diana found Prince Harry's naughtiness "hilarious" and "akin to her own" sense of mischievousness.
"I feel really bad that he never apologized," said Rosalie Rock of Will Smith, one month after he slapped her son onstage at the Oscars.
Donald Trump told Piers Morgan he was supposed to meet Queen Elizabeth II for 20 minutes, but it stretched to over an hour because he "wasn't boring."
Trump added that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's marriage would end with the Duke crawling back to London "on his hands and knees."
David Simon, George Pelecanos, Jamie Hector and Darrell Britt-Gibson spoke to Newsweek about reuniting almost 20 years after making "The Wire" for "We Own This City."
"Imagine if I went on TV and I was like... 'I'm going to I need you to go outside... and put sunlight on your vagina,'" Meghan McCain told Newsweek.
"We had so many moments where we're texting friends saying, 'You're not gonna believe what Nic Cage just pitched us,'" writer Tom Gormican told Newsweek.
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.