LL Cool J, Matt LeBlanc and Other TV Stars Discuss the Most Memorable Ads They Appeared In

Brands like Gap, Heinz Ketchup and Ameritrade helped put them on the map or kept them afloat until their big break.

YouTube’s Biggest Star, PewDiePie, Has Been Dropped by Disney’s Maker Studios Over Anti-Semitism

As YouTube's most-watched star, Kjellberg had accrued 14.7 billion views and attracted 53 million subscribers.

After Turning Fargo Into a Brilliant Series, Noah Hawley Aims to Do the Same With the X-Men Universe

Showrunner Noah Hawley talks about juggling his two FX shows, Legion and Fargo, which returns for its third season.

Mother Jones Wins Magazine of the Year at 2017 Ellies

The 41-year-old bimonthly beat out The New Yorker, Cosmopolitan, The California Sunday Magazine and New York magazine.

Katie Couric on National Geographic, Returning to Today, Life After Yahoo and Megyn Kelly

Katie Couric sat down with Adweek to discuss her new docuseries exploring gender in all its complexity.

Bryan Cranston Only Resurrects Breaking Bad’s Walter White if the Script Is Just Right

The actor said two great story ideas—and one big paycheck—led him to reprise his most famous role for a Super Bowl ad and SNL.

Out to Lunch: Fox News’ Bill Hemmer Opens Up Over Hot Pastrami

Hemmer discusses the difference between working for CNN and Fox News, what the GOP presidential candidates discuss during debate commercial breaks, and quitting a prominent job to travel around the world.