A French television drama shows courage in depicting the true scope of the country’s crimes during the Holocaust, which it then washes away in a bizarre assertion of moral equivalence
Appliances. Electronics. Television sets. New Cars. How corporations marketed to Jewish consumers, and how those new creature comforts divided the community.
And why that isn’t necessarily true for other minorities
Rokhl’s Golden City: How Yiddish entered American pop culture, and how American pop culture penetrated the Yiddish vernacular
‘Insatiable’s’ Jewish joke encapsulates everything wrong with the show
Roughly 35 years after the Holocaust, Germans flocked to movie theaters and video stores to watch Israeli youth make out, measure their penises, and spy into girls’ locker rooms.
The late television producer famed for ‘Hill Street Blues’ and ‘L.A. Law’ was more than just a great storyteller
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A new book looks at the women—in particular, the Jewish women—who are changing television
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In life and on screen, Frasier’s TV dad was a real mensch
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The fourth season of ‘Transparent’ poses a real conundrum: Why are these people so awful?
This fall season, Hollywood finally catches up with kabbalistic notions of repetition and reincarnation, giving us all one more shot at working through the stories of our lives