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TV Review, Cobra Kai
As the dojo doors close, 'Cobra Kai' grapples with its legacy

The beloved "Karate Kid" spin-off enters its final round with a mix of nostalgia and new twists. As old rivalries evolve and fresh challenges emerge, "Cobra Kai" aims to land one last epic punch before bowing out.

Gila Isaacson | 23.07.24

Those About To Die, Berenice, TV Series

Discover ancient Rome's Jewish princess: Berenice shines in new TV drama 'Those About to Die'

Berenice, the Jewish queen who loved the Roman conqueror of Jerusalem, is the star of a gripping new TV series that brings her storied past to life.

Avi Nachmani | 22.07.24

Anti-Semitism, American Actor, Mark  

Mark Raffaello: "Stop considering Israel a democracy"

In yet more spouts of Anti-Semitism, American actor Mark Raffaello shares that the Israeli police banned the "Standing Together" organization from marching in Jerusalem against the war and writes: "When can we stop considering Israel a democracy?"

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 18.07.24

Movies, Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum

Scarlett Johansson shines in 'Shoot Me to the Moon' (Movie Review plus Trailer!)

Cosmic rom-com adventure? Yes please. Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum star in "Shoot Me to the Moon," where 1960s space race meets modern-day humor and heart. It's the perfect movie to lift your spirits this weekend!

Gila Isaacson | 18.07.24

America's Got Talent, Music

Watch: Israeli-Palestinian Youth Choir Wows 'America's Got Talent' Judges 

In an electrifying moment on America's Got Talent, a group of young singers proved that harmony can transcend borders, leaving the judges spellbound and the audience in tears. 

Gila Isaacson | 17.07.24

Movies, Documentary, Haredim, Martial Arts

Meet 'Rabbi Capoeira': The Ultra-Orthodox Martial Arts Mash-Up You Didn’t Know You Needed!

"Rabbi Capoeira" showcases the incredible journey of Miki Hayat as he blends capoeira with his ultra-Orthodox faith in Bnei Brak.

Gila Isaacson | 15.07.24

TV, Kan 11, The Truth

"The Truth" is Israel's Newest Must-Watch Drama– and it's Based on a True Story

"The Truth" hurts, but it also makes for great TV.

Gila Isaacson | 14.07.24

Film, Anti-Semitism, Israel, UK, Jews

Student film boycotted for being filmed in Israel

Beata Konya's final-year film 'Threads of Eternity' has been boycotted in UK over scenes in Israel, as the Hungarian student faces both hate and harassment for her chosen film location.

Eliana Fleming | 11.07.24

Music, Concerts, Adele, Coldplay, Munich 

Hello... it's me: Adele returns to Europe for Summer 2024 Concerts

Just how much does a package including flights, accommodation, and tickets cost?

Gila Isaacson | 08.07.24

JK Rowling, Labour

JK Rowling slams Labour for appointing Minister for Women and Equalities who can't define "woman"

The famous author of the Harry Potter series has often caused controversy by insisting on the reality of a gender binary in humans.

Avi Woolf | 08.07.24

Aviv Geffen, Bibi Netanyahu

Aviv Geffen slams Netanyahu

Geffen: "Bibi benefits from hostages dying in Gaza."

Avi | 01.07.24

Netflix, TV, Movies

3 Netflix movies to watch this weekend

Whether you’re a fan of star-studded rom-coms, nostalgic biker dramas, or animated antics, we’ve got you covered.

Gila Isaacson | 27.06.24

Holocaust survivor, Vogue

Holocaust survivor on Vogue Germany cover, shares harrowing story

Margot Friedländer, a 102-year-old Holocaust survivor, has become the featured star on the cover of Vogue Germany, a departure from the magazine's typical celebrity and model covers. 

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 20.06.24

Agam Buhbut, Violence, Singer 

Watch: Agam Buhbut is thrown off the stage during her concert

Violent incident disrupts Israeli singer Agam Buhbut's performance.

Gila Isaacson | 20.06.24

Film, Shira Haas

Actress Shira Haas wins jury prize for 'Night Therapy' at Monte Carlo TV festival

The Jury Prize recognizes Israeli actress's Shira Haas's outstanding performance in "Night Therapy," a gritty TV show about life after bereavement.

Gila Isaacson | 20.06.24

Archaeology, Jewish History

1600 year old ancient coins discovered in Lod

Archaeologists have uncovered hidden treasures in what appears to be an ancient Jewish public building in the Israeli city of Lod. According to the Israel antiquities Authority, these findings date back to 351 AD during the last Jewish revolt in the Roman era. 

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 18.06.24

Israel-Gaza war, cinema

The stars of "Game of Thrones" take sides in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

The new season of "Game of Thrones" is airing. Palestinian propaganda pages urge viewers to support the series due to the backing of "Game of Thrones" and "House of the Dragon" stars in the Palestinian struggle.

Michal Yoskovich, JFeed Staff | 17.06.24

America's Got Talent, Dog Trainer

Israeli dog trainer Roni Sagi and her dog Rhythm wow Simon Cowell at AGT

Roni Sagi and border collie Rhythm earn standing ovation with spectacular routine.

Gila Isaacson | 16.06.24

TV, Israeli Cinema

Israeli TV company Yes to make documentary of October 7 attack

Yes Studio has invested $26 million to create tv show about the Hamas massacre, as a means to push for Israel advocacy.

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 13.06.24

Film, Israeli cinema/tv

Fauda Creators to Make Film about October 7th

Acclaimed TV series Fauda to venture into cinema with creators Lior Raz and Avi Issacharoff to explore the Dramatic Realities of October 7th.

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 10.06.24