An outcry over a new show’s alleged fat-shaming may be more a crisis of criticism in the age of Twitter
A new law, possibly the first of its kind in the world, may require streaming video services to obtain a government permit
As the second season of his food show debuts today, the ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ creator handles babka and rugelach with his infectious warmth and enthusiasm
Imagine a hybrid of ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ and ‘Pulp Fiction,’ and you’ve got this delightful film
The show’s depiction of visceral hatred and common humanity makes it truly great
Today on Jewcy: June brings ‘Maktub’ and ‘To Each Her Own’
In the charming comedy ‘The Week Of,’ a reminder that warmth trumps wealth every time
The show’s lack of interest in Rajneeshism as actual religion makes it incoherent
Ep. 125: Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal’s new food series and DoubleX Gabfest co-host June Thomas on the future of podcasting
The final film of Sandler’s initial four-movie deal with Netlflix looks–deep breath–much better than the last three!
I believe strongly in giving marginalized voices a platform. But to do so honestly means to admit to the more problematic reasons we tell these stories.
It’s like Harry Potter meets Spy Kids meets Fauda
With so many angry aging Jewish men in one place, the new Noah Baumbach movie may as well be a morning minyan at an Upper West Side shul
More tough guys coming your way soon!
Nirvana. Dial-up Modems. Zima: Will we ever know such joy again? Our dueling scholars watch TV and remember the past.
With a new eight-episode series debuting on Netflix today, our experts are back for another Talmudic debate about sex, drugs, and the 1990s
The trailer for the show’s fourth season, released today, shows the Pfeffermans visiting the Holy Land, get pushed around by haredi men, and whine in all-new locations
The streaming service now speaks Hebrew, charges in shekels, and produces great Israeli content
Now you can watch it on Netflix on your couch
Netflix’s excellent new documentary series tells the story of the wartime filmmaking of Frank Capra, John Ford, John Huston, George Stevens, and William Wyler
Netflix has released the most Jewish Christmas special of all time
The character of Yaron, played by David Wain in the Wet Hot American Summer Netflix series, is spot-on