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The Social Media Echo Chamber Failed to Kill ‘Insatiable’

An outcry over a new show’s alleged fat-shaming may be more a crisis of criticism in the age of Twitter

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Israel vs. Netflix

A new law, possibly the first of its kind in the world, may require streaming video services to obtain a government permit

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Phil Rosenthal Can’t Escape Jewish Food

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

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Israel’s ‘Maktub’ Is the Best Theological Comedy on Netflix Right Now

Imagine a hybrid of ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ and ‘Pulp Fiction,’ and you’ve got this delightful film

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What Critics Left and Right Get Wrong About ‘Fauda’

The show’s depiction of visceral hatred and common humanity makes it truly great

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Check Out Two Jewish Films Coming to Netflix

Today on Jewcy: June brings ‘Maktub’ and ‘To Each Her Own’

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Adam Sandler’s New Role Is His Most Daring Yet: Working Class Jew

In the charming comedy ‘The Week Of,’ a reminder that warmth trumps wealth every time

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The Problem with ‘Wild, Wild Country’

The show’s lack of interest in Rajneeshism as actual religion makes it incoherent

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Netflix and Phil

Ep. 125: Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal’s new food series and DoubleX Gabfest co-host June Thomas on the future of podcasting

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The New Adam Sandler Trailer Looks…Promising?

The final film of Sandler’s initial four-movie deal with Netlflix looks–deep breath–much better than the last three!

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Does a New Documentary on the Ex-Orthodox Help or Harm Its Subjects?

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.

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‘Greenhouse Academy,’ Another Adaptation of a Hit Israeli TV Show, Debuts on Netflix

It’s like Harry Potter meets Spy Kids meets Fauda

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Sandler. Stiller. Hoffman. Coming Soon to Netflix.

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

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Netflix Developing Two More Shows with ‘Fauda’ Creators

More tough guys coming your way soon!

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Were the 90s the Best Decade Ever? The ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Debate Continues

Nirvana. Dial-up Modems. Zima: Will we ever know such joy again? Our dueling scholars watch TV and remember the past.

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The Summer is Wet, Hot, and American. Again.

With a new eight-episode series debuting on Netflix today, our experts are back for another Talmudic debate about sex, drugs, and the 1990s

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‘Transparent’ is Going to Israel

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

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Netflix Is Israeli Now, So Let’s Binge on Some ‘Fauda’

The streaming service now speaks Hebrew, charges in shekels, and produces great Israeli content

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Missed ‘Oh, Hello on Broadway’ on Broadway?

Now you can watch it on Netflix on your couch

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‘Five Came Back’ and the Directors Who Shot World War II

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

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‘Love’ in the Time of Apatow

Judd Apatow and the stars of Netflix’s romantic series ‘Love’ discussed the premiere of Season Two at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan

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Adam Sandler’s New Movie Pays Homage to 1990s L.A.

In ‘Sandy Wexler,’ the comedian plays a Los Angeles talent manager with a crush on his client

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Netflix Keeps Adding Israel’s Best TV Shows and Films. Here’s What You Should Watch.

Everything from Israel’s Best Picture winners to its top drama series are now available to foreign audiences, thanks to online streaming and English subtitles

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‘Stranger Things,’ a Show of Faith

The new Netflix hit is a serious meditation on doubt, belief, and the perils of growing up

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The Jewish Man Behind the Crazy Little World of ‘BoJack Horseman’

Season 3 of Raphael Bob-Waksberg’s hilarious, animated comedy is out now on Netflix

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Broetry In Motion

In ‘The Do-Over,’ will Adam Sandler + David Spade = success? Who cares, just go and see it. Long live Adam Sandler movies.

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Lonely On Christmas? Let Bill Murray Be Your Guide

Netflix has released the most Jewish Christmas special of all time

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An Ode to the Israeli Summer Camp Sexpot

The character of Yaron, played by David Wain in the Wet Hot American Summer Netflix series, is spot-on

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Wet Hot American Jewish Summer Camp

Unlike a lot of classic teen comedies, the original ‘Wet Hot’ and its new Netflix revival series do not wash out the Jews. Is this a good sign or bad?

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A Wet Hot American Debate

The cult comedy is returning to Netflix an for eight-episode run. But was the movie really any good in the first place?

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