Isabel May reflects on the first season of "1883" with Newsweek, discussing Elsa Dutton's personal journey in Taylor Sheridan's "Yellowstone" prequel.
Speaking to Newsweek about the new HBO show "Winning Time," Sally Field discussed how she went from Tom Hanks' love interest to his mom in a few short years.
"Metamorphosis is one of the best albums of all time — tell me I'm wrong," one fan wrote.
Newsweek spoke to "Cyrano" actors Peter Dinklage, Haley Bennett, Kelvin Harrison Jr. and director Joe Wright about the new musical, out on Friday, February 25.
"I didn't realize in the midst of the COVID conversations how much my situation was affecting my loved ones," said Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Pangina Heals spoke to Newsweek about her struggle after her elimination from "RuPaul's Drag Race UK Vs The World" and her thoughts on Blu Hydrangea's choice.
"The Power of the Dog" star Kodi Smit-McPhee told Newsweek why Baz Luhrmann's "Elvis" set was "absolutely overwhelming."
Newsweek spoke to Ben Stiller, Adam Scott, Patricia Arquette and more about the new Apple TV+ workplace mystery drama "Severance."
James Gunn spoke to Newsweek about the future of "Peacemaker" and teased more than just a second season, as HBO Max confirmed its plans for the DC series.
Nick Cannon, who is currently expecting his eighth child with a fifth woman, has opened up about relationships in a new interview.
Coodie Simmons plays a prominent role in Netflix's "Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy," and he spoke to Newsweek about the documentary.
HBO Max's hit DC show "Peacemaker" ends on Thursday, February 17, and James Gunn and the cast spoke to Newsweek about the finale and the future.
"Dead by Daylight' will soon be crossing over with the "Ringu" franchise. In an exclusive interview, Behaviour Interactive spoke about how they adapted this license.
In an exclusive interview with Newsweek, "Dead by Daylight's" creative director spoke about his ambition to one day bring the Stephen King universe into the game.
Coodie and Chike, the makers of "Jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy," spoke to Newsweek about their Netflix documentary series and the rapper's reaction to it.
Bryce Papenbrook, Trina Nishimura, and Josh Grelle spoke to Newsweek about portraying Eren, Mikasa and Armin for the final time after eight years in the roles.
Comments were split over how the man handled the interview. Though some commended him, others criticized him.
After postponing her Las Vegas residency just 24 hours before it was due to begin in January, Adele is assuring fans that the show will go on in 2022.
Writers of "I Want You Back," "This Is Us" and "How I Met Your Father" Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger sat down with Newsweek to promote their new rom-com.
"Marry Me" director Kat Coiro and producer Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas told Newsweek about how Jennifer Lopez brought her own experiences to the movie.
Actor Bob Odenkirk, 59, has revealed that it took three shocks to bring his pulse back after he collapsed on the New Mexico set of "Better Call Saul" in July.
Cheryl Hole spoke to Newsweek about her struggle after her elimination, her touching moment with Blu Hydrangea, and coming to Baga Chipz's defense.
Kanye West has reacted to Kim Kardashian's new Vogue interview, in which she discussed the personal changes that may have led to their separation.
Charlie Day and Jenny Slate spoke to Newsweek about their upcoming romcom "I Want You Back," arriving on Friday, February 11 on Amazon Prime Video.
Speaking to Newsweek in an exclusive interview, the director of the original "Resident Evil 4", Shinji Mikami, said a remake could greatly improve the game.
Lemon spoke to Newsweek about her "RuPaul's Drag Race UK Vs The World" stint and hit out at any viewer sending Pangina Heals death threats over her elimination.
The clip has been viewed over 3 million times as the hopeful air hostess slammed the interview questions while recording her answer.
Comedians Rachel Ramros, Hugh Davidson and Larry Dorf speak to Newsweek about all the spoilers and reveals from their Netflix comedy "The Woman in the House."
"The Legend of Vox Machina" follows a troupe of misfits and their quest to rid their home of evil, and the cast spoke to Newsweek abouttheir characters.
Speaking to Newsweek in an exclusive interview, the Vice President of Product for the Roblox Corporation has weighed in on the Rthro vs Blocky avatar debate.