Appliances. Electronics. Television sets. New Cars. How corporations marketed to Jewish consumers, and how those new creature comforts divided the community.
The late television producer famed for ‘Hill Street Blues’ and ‘L.A. Law’ was more than just a great storyteller
A new book looks at the women—in particular, the Jewish women—who are changing television
Ep. 131: Actor Joshua Malina and composer Hrishikesh Hirway, hosts of The West Wing Weekly podcast
Today on Jewcy: Is the musical anti-Semitic? Maybe.
Ep. 125: Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal’s new food series and DoubleX Gabfest co-host June Thomas on the future of podcasting
Today on Jewcy: In a new show, two short Jews take on LA
Today on Jewcy: From Lenny Bruce to ghost Hasids, 2017 brought us unbelievably Jewish moments on TV.
Today on Jewcy: Where does the new DC TV crossover line up with other alternative Jewish histories?
Today on Jewcy: Why Seth Cohen is still the iconic Jewish heartthrob.
The fourth season of ‘Transparent’ poses a real conundrum: Why are these people so awful?
The celebrity chef super-manager on starting from the bottom, great restaurants, and why he’s a ‘glutton’ for jarred gefilte fish
One’s a little bit silly, the other a lot like the Talmud
In an op-ed for The New York Times, Lewinsky muses on how the late Roger Ailes turned television—via her relationship with Bill Clinton—into a ‘modern coliseum…of shame and vitriol’
‘There was one lesson that Sister Maxie and Father Gus didn’t cover, for it was a lesson that could only be taught by the half-Jewish, half-Christian boy of my TV dreams’
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
Hulu’s ‘The Path’ is remarkable because it portrays religion and systems of belief with an earnestness the likes of which we’ve rarely seen on television