Hit Orthodox Israeli Show 'Shtisel' Renewed for Much-anticipated 3rd Season

The show follows a recently widowed man and his son as they try to find love within the confines of their strict religious life

JTA
Gabe Friedman
The stars of 'Shtisel.'
The stars of 'Shtisel.' Credit: Ohad Romano / YES
JTA
Gabe Friedman

“Shtisel,” the Israeli show about haredi Orthodox Jews that became a surprise hit on Netflix, will get a third season.

The show’s writer, Yehonatan Indursky, confirmed the news to a synagogue crowd in London on Tuesday night.

The show first aired in Israel in 2013 and only ran for two seasons, although its stars expressed a hope that it would be revived.

“Shtisel” follows a recently widowed man and his son as they try to find love within the confines of their strict religious life.

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