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  • Srugim is back on TJC!

    Upcoming Schedule

    Dates are subject to change.

    Episode 16 August 1, 2012 to November 23, 2012
    Episode 17 August 8, 2012 to November 23, 2012
    Episode 18 August 15, 2012 to November 23, 2012
    Episode 19 August 22, 2012 to November 30, 2012
    Episode 20 August 29, 2012 to November 30, 2012
    Episode 21 September 5, 2012 to November 30, 2012
    Episode 22 September 12, 2012 to December 7, 2012
    Episode 23 September 19, 2012 to December 7, 2012
    Episode 24 September 26, 2012 to December 7, 2012
    Episode 25 October 3, 2012 to December 14, 2012
    Episode 26 October 10, 2012 to December 14, 2012
    Episode 27 October 17, 2012 to December 14, 2012
    Episode 28 October 24, 2012 to January 4, 2013
    Episode 29 October 31, 2012 to January 4, 2013
    Episode 30 November 7, 2012 to January 4, 2013

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    TJC is proud to present the U.S. Jewish Television return of Srugim, the most talked about series on Israeli TV!

    Applauded for its true-to-life and nuanced portrayal of the modern-Orthodox community in Israel, Srugim follows five single friends looking for love in Jerusalem, while adhering to a religious lifestyle. (The title “Srugim” refers to the style of knit skullcap that is often worn by modern-Orthodox men in Israel.)

    Rave reviews describe the series as “groundbreaking” (Israelity.com), “refreshing and clever” (Jerusalem.com), and “hugely popular among religious and secular Israelis alike” (Ynet News).

    Episode Guide:

    Srugim 30. Season 2 Episode 15. It’s the season finale, and what a way to end! We began with a wedding, and we end with a wedding! This time feelings among our friends are much different though. Things are about to change, and how does the season end? Watch and find out more.

    Srugim 29. Season 2 Episode 14. In the penultimate episode of the season, things get tense! Roi and Reut have a lot to work out, Nati actually does something decent for a change, Hodaya moves back in with Yifat, oh and Amir, too. He won’t mind, right?

    Srugim 28. Season 2 Episode 13. Yifat tries to figure out what she wants – a baby or her dream job. Hodaya tries her hand at writing and sends us all for trip. Nati is the most eligible religious bachelor in Jerusalem. Okay, fourth most eligible, but who’s counting?

    Srugim 27. Season 2 Episode 12. In this episode, everyone gives us a glimpse of their true character. Hodaya tries to balance her choices and her family, Yifat gets a breath of fresh air, and Amir has to decide what’s more important – his country or his wife.

    Srugim 26. Season 2 Episode 11. Big changes for everyone this week. Hodaya gets a visit from her mother and becomes paranoid about everything, but is she wrong to do so? Yifat tries to help, but what can you do? Reut is apparently no good with kids, but Roi is. Too bad he’s not so great with adults. Speaking of kids, Nati is starting to get very close to Evyatar, but Dafna is still keeping a close eye on him.

    Srugim 25. Season 2 Episode 10. So Nati decides to step up and show his self worth, at the mall. Yifat needs to take a chill pill, or maybe she needs to stop taking pills, you decide. Hodaya’s relationship is headed for disaster, but who is to blame, and why? And as for Roi and Reut, all we can say is, WOW.

    Srugim 24. Season 2 Episode 9. We are back! And the drama is greater than ever. Assaf has to deal with a family emergency, and Hodaya is not invited. Amir and Yifat are trying to get pregnant no matter what it takes! Nati is still being Nati. I mean, who is mean to a clown?!

    Srugim 23. Season 2 Episode 8. Hodaya takes a major leap, Amir and Yifat get into their biggest fight to date, Nati is learning how to deal with his Dad, and Reut and Roi are still figuring things out. Conflicts and changes galore are packed in this episode.

    Srugim 22. Season 2 Episode 7. Amir gets stuck with a field trip, Hodaya looks for a new job, Yifat has a chance to do something other than Bar Mitzvah invitations, and Assaf dreams of being a journalist. Watch as all your favorite characters deal with life and other issues along the way.

    Srugim 21. Season 2 Episode 6. Hodaya has a birthday…twice. Amir hides an egg to try to make a point. Reut keeps trying, but can Roi keep lying? So much drama packed into one episode! How does it all get resolved? You will just have to tune in and find out.

    Srugim 20. Season 2 Episode 5. Hodaya gets an outside perspective, Yifat plays matchmaker, Reut is still pursuing Roi, and Nati meets his soul mate. But don’t get too excited! Some big surprises are in the air. Stay tuned to find out what happens in this episode!

    Srugim 19. Season 2 Episode 4. First comes love, then comes marriage…we all know what happens next. It’s a baby-filled episode of Srugim! Meanwhile, Reut is finally getting back in the game, but Nati is still having trouble finding someone to date. What will happen? Watch and find out.

    Srugim 18. Season 2 Episode 3 gets off to good start, but hold on to your hats. Literally. Meanwhile, Nati is still not coping well. Reut is the only one who seems to be finding some stability in her life, and maybe a new love? Let’s hope for the best for our friends as they try to bring back days of yore with a good ol’ fashioned Shabbat dinner! Just make sure you know who’s bringing the wine.

    Srugim 17. The drama just keeps pouring in as Season 2 Episode 2 airs. Nati deals with the heartache of losing his mom. Everyone is trying to help him out, but they still have their own problems to deal with. Reut returns from India, and it’s not what you expect. Yifat is still learning about married life, and Hodaya is beginning to discover herself.

    Srugim 16. Season Two starts with this drama filled episode. Find out what happens in the Yifat-Amir-Nati love triangle. Is Hodaya really ready to be unreligious? And what does that even mean? This season is sure to be not one you are going to want to miss! Tune in and find out what happens in this season opener.

    Srugim 15. Season One comes to a close when Reut makes some serious changes in her life to regroup; Amir pursues Yifat seriously but might have made a mistake along the way; Hodaya swears to become “unreligious”; and Nati opens his eyes to an overdue realization.

    Srugim 14. Reut discovers that her sister is getting married which causes an unexpected stir of her emotions; Nitzan throws Nati a surprise birthday party much to his dismay as the distance builds between them; Amir and Yifat grow even closer, but is Amir being completely honest?

    Srugim 13. Yifat is riddled with mixed emotions, in love with two different men – one who loves her and one who rejected her; sparks fly between Nati and Nitzan but will it last? And Hodaya’s niece comes to visit, creating a world of trouble for her aunt.

    Srugim 12. The bond builds between Amir and Yifat; Reut’s boyfriend tries to get a job, he’s still insecure about her career; Nati connects with a stranger at a hospital fundraiser; and Shabbat dinner is almost back to normal, except for the tension in the air.

    Srugim 11. The Season One countdown continues as Reut and Amir visit Yifat at her new home, and Amir can’t stop coming back, while Reut’s boyfriend Yochai tries to prove himself to her, and Hodaya searches for answers regarding her forbidden love for Avri.

    Srugim 10. Hodaya bathes in the mikveh, even though she is an unmarried woman and she continues to question her relationship; Yifat takes a leap of faith and moves away from Jerusalem to Ma’ale Elisha, and Nati tries to make different plans for Shabbat.

    Srugim 09. In a mix-up, Reut ends up with two dates at Shabbat dinner, Nati injures himself trying to escape the tension between he and Yifat, while Yifat is looking for an escape of her own with a move to an area away from Jerusalem and the pain of having been rejected.

    Srugim 08. Hodaya takes a dip into dangerous waters, will she finally find herself in too deep? Reut is stunned by her Torah tutor’s behavior and Nati’s true colors come shining through…the Srugim saga of Season One continues with a new episode every week.

    Srugim 07. Sparks start to fly between Reut and her initially resistant Torah tutor, Hodaya’s religious conflict finally erupts into a fight with her friends at Shabbat dinner, and will Yifat work up the courage to tell Nati how she really feels once and for all?

    Srugim 06. Things start to get complicated between Amir and his ex-wife; Reut absolutely refuses to take no for an answer from a reluctant Torah reading tutor; and Nati reconnects with an old flame, causing Yifat to rethink her feelings, but will he make a terrible mistake?

    Srugim 05. Dating starts to get really confusing when Amir asks out Reut’s younger sister, Nati hijacks Amir’s internet dating account and gets into a pickle, and Yifat goes on a blind date with a not-so-mysterious stranger. Hodaya gets in trouble, will she go too far this time?

    Srugim 04. Kosher observance is tested in more ways than one. Hodaya starts dating her non-religious crush, which puts her into some compromising situations. Nati suspects the hospital cafeteria’s kosher certification, and Yifat pursues a date with one of her clients.

    Srugim 03. The plots thicken and boundaries are tested. Hodaya meets a handsome stranger on the bus — will she cave in to curiosity? Yifat finds a way to confess her feelings for Nati…if he’s open enough to see it. Amir needs a huge favor, but will Reut come through?

    Srugim 02. Relationships get more complicated on Israel’s hit dramatic series! Nati seeks refuge from bachelorhood at Yifat’s place, but will she get the wrong idea? Hodaya faces a religious crisis, while Amir reads into Reut’s request that he fix her bed. It is an episode of mis-interpretations in the name of love.

    Srugim 01. Meet roommates Yifat and Hodaya, and their friends Reut, Nati and Amir — five modern-Orthodox singles looking for love in Jerusalem as they approach the big 3-0. Captivating and alive with characters and story, this episode is what starts off the entire series.





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