January 18, 2019

Hollywood Schmooze

On the heels of its Golden Globe Award wins, Netflix has renewed “The Kominsky Method” for a second season.  
Michael Chabon’s 2007 “Yiddish Policeman’s Union” is being adapted for TV for PatMa Productions, Keshet Studios and CBS TV Studios.
It was a triumphant night for a few members of the Tribe who added more Golden Globe awards to their shelves Jan. 6.
Wedding bells will ring in the second season of the Netflix comedy “Friends From College,” featuring Fred Savage and Billy Eichner.
Comedian Bob Einstein, best known for his stuntman character Super Dave Osborne, and Marty Funkhouser on ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm,’ died at 76.
Google is honoring the 127th birthday of Jewish poet and Nobel Prize winner Nelly Sachs. Sachs documented her fear during the Holocaust and
Rapper Drake, music legend Barbra Streisand and the late rapper Mac Miller are among the nominees for the 61st Annual Grammy Awards,
The Israeli miniseries “Nevelot” is being adapted for Apple TV, with Richard Gere set to star. HBO had announced plans to adapt back in 2015
Jewish talent was recognized on camera and behind the scenes in the nominees for the Hollywood Foreign Press’ 2019 Golden Globe Awards.
Emmy and Golden Giobe-winning creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, will be the 2019 Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television recipient
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