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Siberian Tiger in the Philadelphia Zoo

Remember Carole Baskin's 'dead' husband? Turns out he's alive

One example of the wild plot progression of the hit Netflix series "Tiger King" was the fact that Carole Baskin’s ex-husband, Don Lewis, was declared formerly dead in 2002.

Amazon’s ‘Hunters’ season 2 mixes fact and fiction about the holocaust

Hitler is alive and in hiding in the final season of ‘Hunters,’ Amazon’s series about Jews hunting and killing Nazis in the 70s.

By ANDREW LAPIN/JTA
14/01/2023

Channel 14 fined for excluding Reform, Conservative Jewish content

The Reform movement submitted several requests to Channel 14 to be inclusive in the past.

By DAVID WERTHEIM/WALLA!
11/01/2023

Conan O’Brien talked to this New York rabbi about Judaism on his podcast

The rabbi told Conan that he is always welcome to visit New Rochelle.

By JACOB HENRY/JTA
10/01/2023

Rom Com about Jerusalem opens Israeli film festival in the Netherlands

Paris Boutique inaugurates SERET Film Festival in the Netherlands.

Barbara Walters, groundbreaking Jewish TV host, dies at 93

Walters was raised by parents descended from Jewish immigrants who fled antisemitism in Eastern Europe.

By GABE FRIEDMAN/JTA
31/12/2022

In Turkey, Orthodox drama ‘Shtisel’ is being adapted for a Muslim audience

A new show titled “Ömer” has begun production and will premiere sometime in 2023 on Turkey’s STAR TV.

By DAVID I. KLEIN/JTA
29/12/2022

'Carthago' tells a strange but captivating story

Carthago takes place in the 1940s, at the height of World War II, the British mandate authorities deported Irgun and Lehi fighters held without trial from Palestine.

Chanshi’ plays with American-Israeli stereotypes - review

If the series, which premiered on December 8 on Hot 3 (and which is already available on Hot VOD), were another one of Chanowitz’s short films, it could have ended there, but a plot develops.

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