With the countdown to the popular sci-fi western underway, here are 5 things viewers should remember before you tune back in.
Chespirito, the creator of El Chapulín Colorado and El Chavo del Ocho, would have been 91 years old today
"I sort of felt like a pioneer with 'Mad Men,'" Hendricks told Newsweek Conversations about the moment she decided to do NBC's 'Good Girls.' "So I thought, why not go back to network and change it over there?"
In an exclusive clip from the upcoming documentary 'Viral,' former President Bill Clinton discusses how Antisemitism spreads on the internet and former FBI agent Brad Orsini discusses training given at the Tree of Life synagogue shortly before the tragic shooting in 2018.
The removed titles include an episode of Hasan Minhaj's comedy show "Patriot Act."
In his new Netflix special, Tom Papa reassures his audience that despite their anxieties, they're doing great. Newsweek spoke to Papa about the special in an exclusive interview.
For those looking for something more adorable than football, the Kitten Bowl offers a furry alternative to the big game.
We look at when the 62nd annual Grammy Awards will be taking place and where you can watch the show live, including red carpet arrivals.
David also poked fun at several of the president's comments, including one he reportedly made about immigration during a closed-door meeting.
To celebrate Betty White's birthday, here are 10 quotes from 'The Golden Girls' and 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' star.
Two actors will be honored: Eddie Murphy and Kristen Bell.
A contestant on 'Family Feud Canada' went viral after answering "chicken" to a question about Popeye's favorite food, confusing the cartoon character with the fast-food chain.
On Thursday, Seth Rogen tweeted that he was "flattered" after Twitter users said that a dog looked like him.
Brad Rutter has won the most money of any "Jeopardy!" contestant. He will face off against Ken Jennings and James Holzhauer in the quiz show's "Greatest of All Time" tournament.
Season 5 was only uploaded to the streaming platform in October.
"It's funny and joyous and also your heart breaks and then you love them."
The award was designed to honor those with an incredible contribution to television.
'Peanuts' producer Lee Mendelson died on Christmas Day. He was involved in making over 50 animated Charlie Brown specials, in addition to movies and tv series. Here are five of his best.
In an effort to both modernize the Miss America pageant and replace the controversial swimsuit and evening gown competitions, Miss America looked to show off its contestants brains - but the viewers weren't that into it.
Conservative Christian radio host said The Hallmark Channel was bullied by the "Gay Gestapo" into reversing their decision to pull an advertisement showing a same sex couple kissing.
The Hallmark Channel sparked outrage on social media after it dropped ads promoting wedding planning website Zola that featured same-sex couples.
The comedian spoke to Newsweek ahead of the release of her new Netflix special, 'Joke Show,' to talk about the White House Correspondents' Dinner and telling jokes for everybody.
Some fans are desperately hoping for the friends to start a romantic relationship.
The beloved scientist and the co-creators behind 'Bill Nye Science Guy' will finally have their day in court, as their claims of "under-reporting revenue and improperly applying deductions" will head to trial in May.
Mrs. Maisel is going on tour in eight new episodes.
"I didn't want to seem out of my element, or like I was trying to convey or pull something off that wasn't really me," Musgraves told Newsweek.
From the insane story of Joyce McKinney to Laci Peterson's murder, Hulu houses a list of true-crimes stories you won't soon forget.