"I grew up a pretty anxious and depressed kid," Wilson tells Newsweek. "When I found that I could make people laugh, that was my solution."
The actors, who star as Bow's parents Paul and Alicia, discussed the show with Newsweek and the opportunity "mixed-ish" presents to educate viewers through comedy.
"Axiom's End," an alternate history science fiction novel, comes out from St. Martin's Press in summer 2020.
Interviews with the president took pride of place in national newspapers this weekend, though Trump's controversial comments have won him little support from the British people.
Kimmel aired a video montage of Melania's happier facial expression in Africa, comparing it to her typically stoic appearance next to President Donald Trump.
In one interview, Morgan asked the ET correspondent if she was married and if she had "fooled around" with older men.
The author of a new book that's loaded with explosive anecdotes of a White House in chaos is backed up by "dozens of hours" of audio recordings of senior staff, according to a report.
The 28-year-old actor discusses the most physically demanding film shoot of his life.
"It's making me want to make a really intimate and dark record," Tegan Quin says.
In a colorful, profanity-filled interview, Gallagher discusses his new solo record, modern pop music and why he always plays Oasis songs live.
Putin's PC wallpaper, coffee-table reading and personal effects reveal as much and as little as the president wants them to.
Moscow learned a lesson of the U.S. double standard on "terrorism," Putin said in Oliver Stone's four-hour film of interviews with the Russian president.
The would-be attacker's explosives, hidden in his underwear, failed to explode.
George Michael was both a musical icon and a figure of hope and heroism for his communities.
'Hamilton's America,' a feature-length documentary that offers the rare opportunity to see parts of 'Hamilton' from the front row, is PBS's crown jewel of 2016.
The voluntary interview at FBI headquarters in Washington lasted three and a half hours.
Writer Nicholas Shakespeare talks to the greatest minds in the world while walking through the places that have shaped their lives.