The Internet’s streets run red from the reviews of ABC’s new sitcom, Work It. There hasn’t been a show this disliked since we as a species evolved to have funny bones 3,050 years ago.
Meet Max and Eli Sussman, two brothers in the thick of the Brooklyn food revolution.
Some have called this the greatest year in television since 2010 and I think those people are right. Here is what I’ve notice from a year of watching far too much (but really not enough) television.
I looked at the 100 Greatest Jewish Films as chosen by Tablet, keeping tally of if each movie had featured a Jewish Director, Jewish Writer, Jewish Actor, an Explicitly Jewish Character, or a story that dealt directly with Jewishness.
Based on the list of the 100 Greatest Jewish Films, we present the top five most badass goyim who played Jews.
Please enjoy New York’s favorite basketball player of Jewish teach kids how to say “good” in Hebrew (Spoiler Alert: It’s “tov”).
After last week’s column, about laugh tracks’ possible negative effect on sitcoms, went up, hundreds if not three friends of mine said something to the effect of, “How about How I Met Your Mother?”
With the resurgence of the laugh track, we decided to conduct an experiment—a TV experiment.