In many TV shows, a character’s Jewish identity can feel like a throwaway, usually to showcase “difference,” religious diversity, or a useful stereotype. Not so in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” which makes the characters’ Jewishness an integral — but not overdone — part of their identities.
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