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January 12, 2015 11:05 am

Israeli-Produced ‘The Affair’ Wins Best Drama Series at Golden Globes

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"The Affair," co-created and co-produced by Israeli Hagai Levi and American Sarah Treem, won the Golden Globe for best TV drama series. Photo: IMDb.

JNS.org – An Israeli-directed drama, The Affair, won the prize for best television drama at the Golden Globe awards on Sunday.

The Affair airs on the Showtime network. Co-created by Israeli director, producer, and writer Hagai Levi, the show details the story of an affair between two married people—told from both the male and female perspectives.

Actress Ruth Wilson, who stars in the show, also won an award for best actress in a drama series.

The Israeli film Gett: The Trial Of Viviane Amsalem, meanwhile, lost its bid for the Golden Globe in the best foreign language film category to Russia’s Leviathan.

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