'Last Week Tonight' host slams disgraced Hollywood film producer and his supporters, including Oliver Stone and Donna Karan
For one, the 'Will & Grace' reboot needs LGBT characters that go beyond circa-2006 stereotypes
Shay Roman, who advised the show on issues relating to the conflict, talks to Haaretz about the series' departure from the usual way Israel is depicted on American television
The latest season brings the Pfeffermans on a meaningful trip to the Holy Land, but unlike Conan O'Brien, the show's creators don't work for the country's public relations machine
Gal Gadot spoofs 'Wonder Woman' and makes fun of the Kardashians in 'SNL' debut
Jason Aldean, whose concert was the scene of the worst mass shooting in U.S. history last week, performed Tom Petty's 'I Won’t Back Down' during the live opening of Saturday Night Live
'Girls' creator and star says she has 'fallen in love with the poetry of Yehuda Amichai' after the death of her grandmother
The original show, 'Nevsu,' tells the story of an Ethiopian-Israeli family whose son is married to an Ashkenazi woman
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
This time, the custody battle doesn't involve a baby but a TV show
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.