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Don Draper and Rachel Menken in “Mad Men“‘s first season // AMC
Passover is now five days away. That means matzo, matzo, and more matzo — kind of a mood killer, I know.
But if hours and hours of Seder, an inevitable family fight over which kid (ok, adult) found the Afikomen, and stuffing your face with coconut macaroons aren’t enough to get you excited for the holiday, we’ve got you covered. After all, what better way to fully enjoy the miracle of the Jews breaking the shackles of slavery than by sitting on your couch?
“Homeland”, the post-9/11 American psychological thriller which has swept television awards including at Sunday’s Golden Globes, could run for years more, one of its Israeli co-creators said.
Now two seasons old, “Homeland” won the Golden Globe for best drama and best actor honors for Damian Lewis, who plays a returning Iraq veteran turned by al Qaeda, as well as a best actress award for Claire Danes in her role as a bipolar CIA officer.
Male midlife crisis is apparently a cross-cultural phenomenon. The television comedy “Traffic Light,” an Israeli import, is enjoying critical acclaim on the eve of its February 8 debut on the Fox network. Sitcom humor just may be able to cross the Israel-U.S. divide.
“Srugim,” the hit Israeli TV show about the lives of five young Modern Orthodox Jews, took the American scene by a storm when The Jewish Channel began broadcasting it last February. Now in its second season in Israel, “Srugim’s” first season continues to be aired on TJC, while its latest episodes are being screened at the JCC in Manhattan once a week, starting tonight.