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Michael Green was walking down a street in Jerusalem in late 2006 when the concept of the new television series “Kings” came into focus.
“The idea had been roiling my brain for a while,” Green said, so he sat down to write the pilot for “Kings,” while working as writer...
March 10, 2009 | 5:56 pm
Young David, King Saul, Goliath and their friends meet again, this time in the new TV series “Kings,” and in a place that looks a lot like a cleaned-up New York City.
The NBC network has high hopes for the show, which opens with a two-hour premiere on Sunday (3/15) at 8 p.m....
December 19, 2002 | 7:00 pm
Everybody's good at something. The trick is to discover what it is. In Parshat Vayechi, Jacob blesses each of his 12 sons. They each receive a blessing that is appropriate to their skills. Judah is blessed with leadership, for from him will be born kings. Benjamin is told he is a...