Israeli vampire TV series ‘Juda’ could have been written by I.B. Sing
From Tablet Magazine, by Marat Grinberg
The show’s schlocky entertainment quality does not detract from its Hebrew weightiness—historical, moral, and religious. Its wild mishmash of Jewish lore, the Holocaust, and Israeliness is a testament to the vibrancy of contemporary Israeli culture that looks both outward and inward, as the best of Jewish writers and directors have always done.