Alisan Porter played a breakout role as a tough and lovable orphan in the 1991 movie ‘Curly Sue.’ Since then she’s battled addiction—she’s eight years sober—while carving out a music career. Recently, she sang the lights out on NBC’s ‘The Voice.’
The play-by-play announcer relied on his Yiddish skills during NBC’s Sunday Night Football broadcast. The refs went another route.
Tuning in to the 1970s historical family sagas that defined a generation’s idea of victimhood and survival—and changed television
Brian Williams’ lies were damaging and misleading. But can he repent?
Peter Pan Live! was good, but NBC should really take us back to Anatevka
The comedian explains he’s not actually Jewish, everyone just thinks he is
Plus Hagel gets mixed reviews on performance at hearing
Agenda: Banksy in Berlin, Lebowski (and Walter Sobchak) in Los Angeles, The United States of Palestine Israel at the New Museum, and more
Like this week’s parasha, TV’s fall lineup—with shows about Playboy bunnies, sultry stewardesses, and pretty P.I.s in tight pants—offers women nothing but humiliation
Hebrew version to take more political angle
Plus don’t cry for A’jad, Elie Wiesel, and more
Iran’s nukes, not afraid of Tariq Ramadan, and more
A haftorah of promises and pain
‘Tonight Show’ drummer Weinberg responds to senator’s song on Tablet
NBC’s Kings is a modern-day telling of the story of David
Robert Pinsky’s David, and NBC’s