June 16, 2019


Actress Rose McGowan was penalized by Twitter for posting a tweet about Harvey Weinstein that contained a private phone number. A boycott ensued.
“The Salome Ensemble,” by Alan Robert Ginsberg, looks at the lives of four Jewish female immigrants who changed history in the early 20th century.
After playing the villain in last year’s “Prison Break” reboot, Mark Feuerstein is back to “nice Jewish guy” in the CBS comedy “9JKL."
This is the first time the Oscar-winning director will be the subject of a feature-length documentary, “Spielberg,” which premieres on HBO, Oct. 7.
Three decades later, the youth-oriented CW Television Network is updating the original formula for a millennial audience with a modern take on the series.
Actress Pauley Perrette announced that the 15th season on NCIS would be her last via Twitter. The flag was last seen on her desk.
Monty Hall, the genial host and co-creator of “Let’s Make a Deal” died at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Saturday. He was 96.
Over the course of its four seasons, “Transparent” has been creating groundbreaking conversation about gender identity, telling the story of a family.
Israeli actress Gal Gadot, known the world over as Wonder Woman, will host Saturday Night Live.
A humorous, intellectually curious perspective highlights Conan O’Brien’s Israel special, “Conan Israel,” which aired Tuesday night.
When filmmaker Jeremy Kagan first watched “Bonnie and Clyde” in 1967, he was taken by the profusion of gun wounds suffered by its characters.
Last night at the 2017 Emmys, RuPaul’s Drag Race may have lost Best Reality-Competition Series to The Voice, but it didn't go home empty-handed.
When “Will & Grace” first aired in 1998, the sitcom broke new ground in broadcast television by becoming a hit series with openly gay principal characters.
A decade of stand-up comedy gigs and acting performances has finally paid off for Jenny Zigrino. Comedy Central has scheduled her for a half-hour episode.
Rachel McAdams had hoped to prepare for her latest acting role as an Orthodox Jewish woman by getting a peek inside the Jewish community.
The 2017 Emmy Awards presentation, which is being hailed as a historic night for diversity in Hollywood, honored some Jewish talent.
If comedies and science fiction top your TV viewing list, you’re in luck: New series from Sarah Silverman and Seth Rogen are coming to Hulu.
When it left the air in 2006 after eight seasons the sitcom “Will & Grace” sent its titular characters off with marriages and children.
Architect Alfred Willer is the subject of a biographical documentary “Red Trees,” crafted by his daughter, Marina Willer.
When “Curb Your Enthusiasm” ended its eighth season in 2011, viewers of the HBO comedy wondered if Larry David had lost his own enthusiasm for the show.
Stephen Colbert returned to The Late Show this week after a two-week vacation, and, given the chaos of the administration, there was quite a bit he missed.
Danny Strong, writer and director of the new film “Rebel in the Rye,” was doing just fine writing what he found interesting but didn’t know.
British actress Felicity Jones will portray Jewish Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a biopic after Natalie Portman dropped out.
Jeffrey Tuchman was an Emmy and Peabody award-winning documentary producer, director and writer who also produced compelling political advertising.
Legendary comedian Shelley Berman died early Friday morning at his home in California from complications of Alzheimer’s disease. He was 92.
Since arriving in the country Friday to film a special episode of Conan O'Brien's TBS talk show, he has schmoozed with locals in Tel Aviv.
The incident is the subject of 'Death in the Terminal' a new documentary that premieres Sept. 6 on the entertainment and media website Topic.com.
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