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A Comedian Confronts Holocaust Denial. Seriously
How Hulu Repackaged 'High Fidelity' for Gen Z
Less Misogyny, More Kindness: How Hulu Repackaged 'High Fidelity' for Gen Z
'The Good Place' Meets a Very Timely End
Our Favorite Train Wreck Is Back, With a Whole New Set of Pet Peeves
'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Season 10: Our Favorite Train Wreck Is Back, With a Whole New Set of Pet Peeves
From a Philip Roth Adaption to 'Lord of the Rings': What We'll Watch in 2020
From HBO's Philip Roth Adaption to Amazon's 'Lord of the Rings': What We'll Watch in 2020
Netflix's 'The Irishman' Is Epic in Every Sense
'Mad About You': Finally, a '90s Reboot That Works
My Daughter Persuaded Me to See Louis C.K. in Tel Aviv — and He Killed
Netflix's 'The Devil Next Door' Tackles the Biggest True Crime: The Holocaust
Netflix's 'The Devil Next Door' Tackles the Biggest True Crime of All: The Holocaust
Amazon's 'Modern Love' Is an Eloquent Examination of Romance
Netflix's 'Between Two Ferns' and the Art of the Insult
Everything That's Wrong With Sundance TV's 'State of the Union'
Gaza Stripped: What Normal Life Looks Like in the Least Normal Place on Earth
The Perfect Superheroes for Trump’s America
'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee': Fame, Fortune and Holocaust Jokes
Netflix's 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee': Seinfeld Indulges in Fame, Fortune and Holocaust Jokes
'Years and Years': Move Over 'Black Mirror,' There's a New Dystopian Drama in Town
'Years and Years': Move Over 'Black Mirror,' There's a Great New Dystopian Drama in Town
In Netflix's 'Rolling Thunder Revue,' Dylan and Scorsese Blur Fact and Fiction
Why We Loved the Miley Cyrus Episode on Netflix's 'Black Mirror'
From Mississippi to the Middle East: Jimmy Burns Brings the Blues to Tel Aviv
The Gaza Documentary That Managed to Anger Both Lovers and Haters of Israel
Netflix's 'Bonding': 50 Shades of Cliché
The Best Mockumentary Show You Didn't Know Existed
Alan Partridge, Bumbling Phoenix
Alan Partridge, the Bumbling Phoenix Who Keeps on Rising
Netflix's 'After Life': Ricky Gervais' Pitch-black Dramedy Offers Glimmer of Hope
Netflix's 'After Life': Ricky Gervais' Pitch-black Dramedy Offers a Glimmer of Hope
The Sweet Bromance of Netflix's 'Paddleton' Will Win You Over
Showtime's 'Black Monday' Is a Drug-fueled Crash Course in Comedy
Showtime’s ‘Black Monday’ Is a Drug-fueled Look at the Biggest Stock Market Crash in History
Benedict Cumberbatch Brings His Signature Madness to 'Brexit'
From 'Game of Thrones' to 'Black Mirror': The Shows We Can't Wait to See in 2019
From 'Game of Thrones' to Netflix's 'Black Mirror': The Shows We Can't Wait to See in 2019
On Netflix, Loudon Wainwright III Puts the Fun in Family Dysfunction
Netanyahu’s Lewd Pleasure in Relations With Authoritarian Regimes Is Unforgivable
There's Something Comfortingly Familiar About Netflix's 'The Kominsky Method'
Even Robin Wright Can’t Save Netflix’s 'House of Cards'
How 'High Maintenance' Got Me Hooked
The Unintended Consequences of Colbert's 'Our Cartoon President'
The Unintended Consequences of Stephen Colbert's 'Our Cartoon President'
'TEOTFW': Can a Show About a Psycho Teen Be Uplifting?
'The End of the F***ing World': Can a Show About a Teen Plotting a Murder Be Uplifting?
There's a Mass Palestinian Grave at a Popular Israeli Beach, Veterans Confess
This Is How 'Fauda' Creators Just Became $50 Million Richer
America’s 'World War III' Plan for Iran, and Israel’s Part in It
America’s Wild 'World War III' Plan for Iran, and Israel’s Part in It
This Filmmaker Dares to Question the Figure of 6 Million Jewish Victims in WWII
Israel's COVID Dashboard Crashes. We've Entered a New Phase
'The Chameleon': U.S. Experts Shaken Over What This Iranian Scholar Just Said