'I wish Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman) wasn’t a Zionist who supported the occupation of Palestine thru her IDF work, I would enjoy DC more :/,' reads one tweet.
Culture & Life
In which the author of the column confesses her ignorance of Paul Laurence Dunbar and a formative national text.
A week of live broadcasts starts with the green lawns of Wimbledon and ends with tanks on the lawn of the Turkish parliament. Time for a reality check.
NBC's ‘Blindspot’ combines a killer premise – mystery, amnesiac woman is found covered with tattoos – with a police procedural.
Writer and director Neil LaBute makes his characters face the trouble of a budding relationship, while struggling to carry the additional burden of a deep-seated taboo.
The comedians are making a television series based on the Israeli blockbuster 'Zero Motivation.'
For the unnerved among you, an American-German mini-series about the Cold War may give you a taste of things to come post-Brexit, and perhaps some reassurance, too.
Binge-watching reaches new heights for Israeli TV lovers, though some original content still remains unavailable.
Like it or not, the coming week will feature plenty of free viewing of the UEFA championship.
'In the immortal words of Julius Caesar, ‘I left, I did nothing, I returned,’' David says.
After making a string of popular hits and surviving some ups and downs, Tmira Yardeni – due to receive a lifetime achievement award next month – is looking for the next big thing.
In a new series, 'House' star Hugh Laurie uses his do-gooder façade to sell arms and drugs against the backdrop of the Arab Spring.
The show features two delightful youngsters sharing the lead role and some talented veterans of the local musical scene.
Tel Aviv launches program to encourage restaurants to reduce damage to environment.
Another 17 countries in Europe are at risk of widespread infection due to the presence of the mosquito responsible for the virus' transfer.