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Megan’s Fall Television Wish List

Oy, I love the fall. Crunching leaves, crisp air, warm sweaters … Wait, I live in Los Angeles. Never mind. There is still one warm and spicy caffeinated pumpkin-flavored fall constant … TV! Now is the time to meet new shows, welcome back returning favorites and get way too excited when Adam Scott shows up…

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Grey’s Anatomy And Cristina Yang’s Faith

One of my favorite, favorite shows on planet Earth is Grey’s Anatomy. It’s chock-full of drama and humor. With 16 seasons and counting, this show is very long-running, and there have been many characters who have come and gone over the years. My personal favorite character is someone who hasn’t been on the show for…

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Celebrity Jews – Chabon, Roots And Adam Levine

CHABON AND ROOTS I noted last week that Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Chabon, 55, was writing an episode of Star Trek: Discovery. In the past week, more details were released about that and, by coincidence, his wife, writer Ayelet Waldman, 53, appeared in many news reports last week as well. Discovery, on the CBS All-Access…

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David is a Jewish bachelor on the 2018 season of The Bachelorette.

David: The Bachelorette’s NJB

The Bachelorette is a popular show among all age groups. People love watching it to see all types of drama and to see if the lucky guy or girl will end up with someone special in the end. One-on-one dates and group dates are where the audience and fans of the show get to see…

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Judaism And A Series of Unfortunate Events

If you were a fan of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events books, you need to check out Netflix’s TV show adaptation by the same name. This book series was so popular when I was younger that the inner child in me was ecstatic to see it was being turned into a show. Now that…

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Fauda

Fauda Review

For those of you who haven’t seen Fauda yet, you absolutely need to check it out. Fauda, named after the Arabic word for “chaos,” is a political thriller centered around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The show has recently gotten a lot of attention due to the May release of the second season and announcement that it has already…

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The O.C.

The O.C., Judaism And Seth Cohen

Lately, I’ve been into older shows, and one show that I recently delved into was The O.C. The O.C. took place in the early 2000s, something that’s evident in the way the characters dress and the things they say. The show features a group of teenagers and their families who live in Newport Beach, Orange County,…

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Hollywood’s Celebrity Jews: At The Movies And On TV

AT THE MOVIES How to Talk to Girls at Parties is a sci-fi film based in part on the writings of our Brit landsman, super-star fantasy writer Neil Gaiman, 57 (Gaiman recently played himself in a small but important part on The Big Bang Theory). Adding to Gaiman’s work was Parties script co-writer John Cameron…

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The Blog: Judaism And The Good Wife

Although The Good Wife no longer airs new episodes, if you’re a student with a Spotify premium account and have access to Hulu, I highly recommend it. The Good Wife is a seven-season show about a family in the suburbs of northern Chicago. Peter, the father and husband of the show, is a well-known politician,…

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Celebrity Jews: At The Movies & Streaming TV

AT THE MOVIES Opening May 4: I was hoping that the new French language film Godard Mon Amour would be a charming period comedy. The director, Michel Hazanavicius, 51, showed he could do light comedy with The Artist (2011), a silent pic that won the best picture Oscar. The basis of his new film, Godard…

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