Michael Aloni

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The Israeli TV show “Shtisel” is about an ultra-Orthodox family living in a small, insular community in Jerusalem. It’s a family drama with no sex, violence, or drugs.

G-rated family drama ‘Shtisel’ is an unexpected hit

The Israeli TV show “Shtisel” is about an ultra-Orthodox family living in a small, insular community in Jerusalem. It’s a family drama with no sex, violence, or drugs.

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