What happens when a comic genius parodies a highly popular, highly spoofable show? Only good things, as Tina Fey proved on this season’s premiere of “Saturday Night Live.”
Newsflash: Season three of “Girls” is in production! For those fans who are already chomping at the bit, HBO has put together this 31-second photo slideshow of (Jewish) creator Lena Dunham and the rest of the (heavily Jewish) cast at work.
Since Lena Dunham has a lot to say about a lot of things, and since she is a politically-minded New Yorker, it was expected she’d Tweet her thoughts on the most recent chapter of the great Anthony Weiner saga. Also expected: That she’d make a really good point. And a good joke.
The 2013 Emmy nominations are in! We won’t bore you with the whole long list, but we will share this compact yet impressive group of Jewish nominees. Here goes.
You probably think Lena Dunham is nothing like the lovely cast members of “Princesses: Long Island.” You are most definitely wrong.
When it comes to the story of Purim, Queen Esther has received lots of attention. All the little girls want to play her in the Purim spiel. She’s brave, beautiful, loving and heroic: the quintessential female biblical role model.
The 70th annual Golden Globe Awards kicked off the Hollywood awards season on Sunday, and it was in television that the Jewish people stood tall -- notably Lena Dunham, the new queen and unchallenged ruler of television comedy.
"Homeland," a television drama based on an Israeli program, won for best drama at the Golden Globes Awards.
The book proposal that landed "Girls" creator Lena Dunham a $3.7 million publishing deal was leaked online on Monday.