"I'm meeting people from all walks of life, from countries all over the world, who are all Jewish, who all say the same brachot (blessings) on the seder night, and who all eat the same food -- true, some of it may be a bit spicier and some may have more cabbage." -- Jeff Holloway
So what we're given this year on The Newsroom is a brand new opening title sequence, a brand new overarching storyline, brand new characters, and a brand new show. Unfortunately, as of the first episode, it seems to be a worse show.
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