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.
"Violence begets violence," Will Smith said in a resurfaced interview. "I just couldn't connect to violence being the answer, Love had to be the answer."
Will Smith shared in 2016 that after a girlfriend cheated on him, he decided he would prevent it from happening again by "being the biggest actor on Earth."
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.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have positive ratings among "ethnic minority" Brits but negative numbers among "white ethnic" U.K. residents, polling shows.
Mayim Bialik told Newsweek about the huge reaction she's found as the host of "Jeopardy!" and how much she wants permanent hosting gig.
Prince William's strong overall polling hides a dent in popularity among U.K. young people since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Oprah Winfrey interview.
"It's not natural for a human being to just always feel like everyone's critiquing them," Nicki Minaj said.
"As They Made Us" writer and director Mayim Bialik, and stars Simon Helberg and Dianna Agron spoke to Newsweek about their own family history.
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"The Thing About Pam's" Gideon Adlon spoke to Newsweek about portraying Mariah Day and her struggle with being "manipulated" after her mother Betsy Faria's death.
Leah Askey and Joel Schwartz worked on the trial against Russ Faria following the 2011 murder of his wife Betsy, which is now featured in "The Thing About Pam."
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."
"I was parenting her in a way that I needed to be parented when I was younger," said Mandy Teefey of her relationship with daughter Selena Gomez.
"I think they should get some more money, 'cause they be working extra hours for us, and all that stuff," a young Prince said of teachers in the archived video.
K-Pop icons Donghae and Eunhyuk spoke to Newsweek about Super Junior-D&E's 10th anniversary, making music in the COVID pandemic, and their legacy.
Christopher Walken spoke to Newsweek about his career firsts as he prepares to star in new Prime Video show "The Outlaws."
Glenn Fleshler spoke to Newsweek about portraying Russ Faria in "The Thing About Pam" and how being wrongfully convicted of wife Betsy's murder ruined his life.
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Youn Yuh-jung, Jin Ha, and Anna Sawai spoke to Newsweek about their new Apple TV+ show "Pachinko" and why they felt very connected to their characters.