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.
Alice Oseman spoke to Newsweek about adapting her "Heartstopper" comics for Netflix, what it was like on set, and the likelihood of there being a "Solitare" spin-off.
Prince Harry was criticized in Britain for saying he is protecting the Queen but "Americans like figures" who "take a stand," a reputation expert told Newsweek.
Bhad Bhabie—real name Danielle Bregoli—has stated that she wishes to be associated with her recent accomplishments since springing to fame on "Dr. Phil" in 2016.
The former president also accused Piers Morgan of "unlawfully and deceptively" editing their interview after the trailer was released.
Newsweek sat down with singer Bishop Briggs ahead of her first of two Coachella performances this past weekend.
Newsweek sat down with rock star and composer Danny Elfman ahead of his deliciously weird Coachella set.
A political analyst said that comments made by Harry go deeper than causing family upset and undermine the monarchy itself.
Harry has said he feels Princess Diana's "constant" presence and that it's "as if she's done her bit with my brother and now she's very much helping me."
When Jada Pinkett Smith started dating Will Smith in 1995, she was allegedly concerned it would anger Tupac Shakur, despite the two being just friends.
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."
Prince Harry said he wanted to make sure Queen Elizabeth II has "got the right people around her" in a new bombshell interview with NBC News' Today show.
"Tupac asked to marry mom, and she was like, 'Pac, we're best friends,'" Jaden Smith said in an interview that was recently reshared on YouTube.
Mando spoke to Newsweek about working with Vince Gilligan on the intense fight between Nacho Varga and The Cousins in "Better Call Saul" Season 6.
Giancarlo Esposito spoke to Newsweek about Gus Fring's motivations in "Better Call Saul" Season 6 and how his rivalry with Lalo Salamanca might play out.
Giancarlo Esposito, Michael Mando and Tony Dalton spoke to Newsweek about "Better Call Saul" Season 6 and what fans can expect from the final episodes.
Kaiti Yoo spoke with Newsweek about partnering up with YouTube to help bring Coachella to the viewers at home.
"Minx" star Lennon Parham told Newsweek all about her hopes for Season 2, on-screen male nudity and playing everybody's favorite sister, Shelly.
Before he returns as NoHo Hank in Season 3 of "Barry," Anthony Carrigan spoke to Newsweek about his reaction to Chris Rock's joke about Jada Pinkett Smith.
NBC's true crime drama "The Thing About Pam" ended on Tuesday, April 12 with its sixth episode, but the real-life case against Pam Hupp is still ongoing.
Josh Duhamel portrays attorney Joel Schwartz opposite Renée Zellweger's Pam Hupp in NBC's true crime drama "The Thing About Pam."
"The Thing About Pam" came to a thrilling conclusion on Tuesday, April 12 and it had one last surprise in store for viewers by including an unexpected scene.
A TikTok video shows the siblings looking confused after their interviewer asks: "Who's the most frugal of the bunch?"
Ahead of the launch of her new Apple TV+ thriller "Shining Girls," Elisabeth Moss spoke to Newsweek and revealed the toughest day she experienced in her career.
While the news has not yet been confirmed by Britney Spears' representatives, the pop icon's aunt, Leigh Ann Spears Wrather, said she was "so excited."
"If you have to talk to me like that, we can't be together," Will Smith recalls telling Jada Pinkett Smith after she admonished him in front of 20 party guests.
"The Big Bang Theory" star Simon Helberg told Newsweek about some of his favorite moments from the show, and why he'll never take part in a spin-off.
Dianna Agron, who played Quinn Fabray in "Glee," spoke to Newsweek about her time on the show and what's taken place since.
"We need to recognize that women are the weaker sex, and men are stronger than us," Marjorie Taylor Greene told Matt Gaetz amid her feud with Jimmy Kimmel.