The leader of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is at the center of Netflix's latest true-crime documentary, "Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey."
"When you lie, cheat and steal, justice is blind as to your fame, your fortune, and your position," said FBI Special Agent Keri Farley.
Frank Figliuzzi, a former assistant director at the FBI, said the network's coverage decision shows "fear that facts will threaten their false narrative."
FX announced it has renewed "What We Do in the Shadows" for two more seasons, and producers Paul Simms and Stefani Robinson have spoken about the show's future.
The "Ted Lasso" cast, including Jason Sudeikis, has said that the Apple TV+ show was always intended to have three seasons.
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'Top Gun: Maverick' had its third-largest Asia-Pacific release in Taiwan's cinemas.
Ken Jennings' revelation about his upcoming schedule has led to speculation he landed the coveted role over fellow host Mayim Bialik.
"Ms. Marvel" is the latest TV series chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Here's when you will be able to watch episodes of the Disney+ show.
Netflix initially passed on the show last summer after it was canceled by NBC.
Gregg "Rocky" Brooks—who worked as a location manager on Depp's film "City of Lies"—has accused the actor of punching him during a dispute on the 2017 production.
"You should have the courage to say to your hosts that the palace behind you is a palace full of s**t," Sallusti said, referring to the Kremlin.
From 'The Boys' to the new 'Game of Thrones' spin-off 'House of the Dragon,' here are the shows we will be talking about in June, July and August.
Allan Heinberg and David S. Goyer spoke to Newsweek about adapting Neil Gaiman's "The Sandman," and shared details about the cast, plot, and more.
The worker raged about the enormous amount of mess, saying they are "underpaid and stressed" in a follow-up tweet.
"There were a few jurors who were dozing off," said stenographer Judy Bellinger about those tasked with presenting life-changing verdicts during the trial.
Season 4 of "Stranger Things" has ushered in the revival of British singer Kate Bush and her '80s hit "Running Up That Hill."
As his long-running legal battle with ex-wife Jolie continues, Pitt has requested a trial by jury—prompting many to anticipate another celebrity court showdown.
The Bechdel test aims to measure the representation of women in fiction.
The actor has officially joined the social media site TikTok after he trended for months on the platform during his trial against Amber Heard.
A new group of athletes competed for a chance at a place in the semi-finals by taking one of the NBC show's toughest obstacle courses yet.
"Rename it to VIRUS (it has been my WiFi name since 2006)," one commenter suggested to the post's author.
"I felt the offer that was presented to me did not equate to the value I have brought to the franchise," the actress said.
Antony Starr and Erin Moriarty spoke to Newsweek about Homelander and Starlight's unexpected relationship, dubbed "Homelight" in "The Boys" Season 3.
On May 26, Latvia's parliament passed amendments allowing NEPLP to restrict foreign shows produced in countries that threaten other countries' sovereignty.
TV talent judge Len Goodman has been criticized for referring to a dish as "foreign muck" live on TV during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Actor Johnny Depp is tapping into his musical side on an impromptu European tour, while Jeff Beck hinted that an album from the pair is coming.
The Jared Leto Marvel movie made it back to theaters after finding a second life on social media—but sadly it wasn't Morbin' time.
The finale to "Fear the Walking Dead" Season 7 saw the return of Kim Dickens' Madison, who came to the rescue of Lennie James' Morgan.