Former New York gubernatorial candidate Zephyr Teachout is host of ‘On the Grid,’ a new show about Brooklyn’s neighborhoods. She begins in Williamsburg, Borough Park, and Crown Heights.
‘How in the world did we last so long? Let’s be honest, virtually anyone could do what I do’
The liberal lion steps down as host of The Daily Show after 16 years
The Jewish Quarter grabbed huge market share during Ramadan. But can it foment understanding and peace in the Middle East?
Rachel Goldberg of Lifetime’s ‘UnREAL’ will stop at nothing to get what she wants
In Showtime’s ‘Penny Dreadful,’ a tallit is used for protection
Letterman: ‘Sometimes what you love the most provides you with the most pain’
TV’s fasctinating ‘Botched’ takes on the limits of aesthetic procedures
The Late Night legend ends his run tonight. We’ll miss you.
Can Jon Snow—a combination of Moses, Herzl and the Messiah—lead his family home?
53-year run is longest in history
The final seven episodes of the AMC series begin on a very Jewish note
Israel’s former president rules Westeros at Game of Thrones exhibit
Alice Hoffman’s Masada novel is latest Jewish feminist tale to hit TV
Hulu, Amazon, and Yahoo bidding on online video rights to the show
An episode about similarities between Asians and Jews plays to stereotype
The original ‘Catfish’ victim, fooled in front of millions, uses his pain to help all the lonely people
Lady Rose MacClare marries the Rothschild-esque Atticus Aldridge
Shteyngart’s 2010 novel Super Sad True Love Story to become TV series
About two women who met—and were struck by lighting—at summer camp
Introducing the dashing, Rothschild-esque Atticus Aldridge
Peggy Charren, champion of smarter programming for kids, died at 86
Her new series, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, premieres on Netflix in March
‘The Big Bang Theory’ marks the end of an era. But Asian-American mothers may pick up where Jewish mothers left off.
The comedy, which stars Steve Coogan and Kathryn Hahn, will air in April
Awards went to people who deserved them, like Transparent’s Jill Soloway
Forget our perfect models; what we need is a dose of Jewish dadhood
Network’s first scripted series swaps housewives for primary breadwinners
The genius behind ‘All in the Family,’ ‘The Jeffersons,’ and other barrier-breaking TV shows talks about his childhood and career
The black protagonists of ABC’s new show are proud, successful professionals. Why is it so hard for Jewish characters to follow suit?