“Shtisel” (Netflix): An engaging and heartwarming series about the lives of a Haredi family living in Jerusalem’s Geula neighborhood. The show was created by two writers with Haredi roots. It gives you an inside view of what it might be like to live within a religiously ultra-Orthodox community where there are rules against so many things we take for granted, including appearing in public without all the required clothing and watching TV. It was produced several years ago and gained a surprising wide viewership (including some ultra-Orthodox viewers who aren’t supposed to watch TV) and won a number of awards. I noticed it a month ago on Netflix and relished the first two seasons. I hope there is a third.