Early reviews for season four of Amazon's transgender comedy praise plot that brings the Pfefferman family to Holy Land
'The Hunt' will focus on group who go after Nazis who embedded themselves in American society, aided by U.S. government
The special episode on Israel showed a comedian on a mission
From 'The Walking Dead' to 'Cold Feet,' knowing when to kill a TV series, or bring it back to life, makes all the difference between viewers pining or whining
David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker, takes a look at the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through the eyes of the hit series
'This will be the largest audience to witness an Emmys, period. Both in person and around the world'
In HBO's ‘The Deuce,’ David Simon of ‘The Wire’ and ‘Treme’ fame recreates the sleaze of 1970s Times Square to turn his unsentimental eyes on the sex and drug industries
Late Show host Colbert ripped into Bannon for defending Trump's lackluster response to neo-Nazis violence
Why didn't Israel's 'crown prince' have a Hebrew Wikipedia page until this week? And how are Wikipedians reacting to the latest 'Game of Thrones' revelations?
The high point of Netflix's 'Disjointed', starring Kathy Bates, is that it shows how different generations view the use of marijuana
When British actor Jodie Whittaker was named as the 13th Doctor this week, the internet exploded – and not with joy. But a far greater scandal was about to unfold at the BBC
Season 7 kicked off with a show-stopping cold open, a mass murder and a reminder why women are the driving force behind the show. And, bizarrely, an Ed Sheeran cameo
We can teach gender equality all we want, but it's no secret: The men on the court are talented high achievers while the women are there for sexual arousal
First prize in the Eurovision goes to Salvador Sobral with the song 'Amar Pelos Dois'; Israeli Imri Ziv's 'I Feel Alive' makes it to 23rd place
After Harel's controversial TV show goes off the air, the comedian's monologues will appear on Haaretz
A list of Holocaust movies sometimes forgotten, but always worth a watch.
'Nevsoo,' the first Israeli television show to feature a black lead character, is a well-meaning, often poignant and sometimes actually quite funny sitcom. Unfortunately, that’s not enough.
The women who break through in the industry breathe life into conflicted heroines, revolutionizing approaches to femininity, sexuality and motherhood.
The show's production company refused to comply with the warrant and said it would appeal the warrant on Sunday.
The star of 'Last Week Tonight' probably won't perform in Israel during his visit.