Only a few days to go before Trump opens in the biggest reality show of them all.
The Coens, who have had their most critical and financial success in the Western genre, will write and direct 'The Ballad of Buster Scruggs' for Annapurna Television.
The sixth season of U.S. version of Israel's 'Prisoners of War' promises to be thrilling, timely and relevant – although it features a new woman president.
'Dicte', a Danish crime series, proves that Americans have finally warmed to subtitles.
Muslim author and academic argues that, 'What changed people's minds was 'Will and Grace,''Modern Family,' watching people who were gay on television being 'normal.''
With megastar Benedict Cumberbatch back in his role as Holmes, and Martin Freeman as Watson, the eagerly anticipated fourth season of ‘Sherlock’ is set to air on New Year’s Day in Britain.
‘This Is Us’ explores what a family is all about – a conglomerate of egos learning to live separately and as a collective, hurting and healing, hating and loving, laughing and crying
Hanukkah is hard to find among the overload of Christmas specials that dominate the screen in December. Check out the eight shows that got Hanukkah just right - or at least, almost right.
‘Mozart in the Jungle,’ now starting its third season, proves that you don’t have to pander to popular tastes to achieve popularity.
With an average of 10 million viewers, Tatort's bar-mitzvah episode will help normalize Germans' view of Jews, Berlin rabbi says.
The star of 'Last Week Tonight' probably won't perform in Israel during his visit.
Israeli cinema and television have provided Palestinian actress Samar Qupty with a showcase for her talent and enabled her to make small inroads against bigotry — even among the occasional Ben-Gurion airport security worker.
A female detective who doesn’t mince words is the hero of this British show from the creator of 'Shameless.'
A documentary film now on Yes VOD brings the world arms trade out of the shadows and makes for an eye-opening viewing experience.
In 'The Crown,' a young Queen Elizabeth II discovers that the monarch does not have as much power as it appears.
Amazon's 'Good Girls Revolt' show is based on a memoir by Lynn Povich, who fought for her rights from a young age and was among the first women in the media to file a lawsuit on the grounds of sex discrimination.
'The Young Pope,' a series set in the Vatican, reflects a phenomenon that was evident in the U.S. presidential campaign: the inability of a well-entrenched system to deal with an individual who refuses to play by the accepted rules.
U.S. television series 'American Horror Story' explores the disappearance of 118 pilgrims from the British Roanoke colony.
'Fauda' will air as is, with Hebrew and Arabic dialogue, as an 'original Neflix series' with a new opening.
HBO's Westworld explores what happens when a seemingly controlled world - a Wild West theme park - runs amok.