Alex Tubis is a secular, Russian-born artist — but he’s got a lot in common with Akiva.
In Jewish law, sometimes abortion is even required.
Shtisel knows its strengths, and season three leans into them.
The remake sounds like it will be yet another show painting Orthodox Jewish life as oppressive.
Season 3 of the hit haredi Orthodox drama series “Shtisel” will debut on Netflix on March 25, Israel’s Yes Studios announced Tuesday.
The first episode of “Shtisel” Season 3 is full of surprises—and a shocking development.
Join Yiddish Forward Editor Rukhl Schaechter in Brooklyn as she leads a discussion called “How ‘Shtisel’ Has Changed the Way We Look at Hasidim.”
“‘Shtisel’ made me realize I’m a Jew.”
It’s time to get to know the acting counterparts of ‘Shtisel.’
Yiddish is coming to Netflix!