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Last year the cult web series “Soon by You” swept the Modern Orthodox world off its feet with a playful and perceptive insider’s take on the intricacies of dating in the close-knit community.
The show, set on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, follows six Jewish singles as they juggle social, religious, and communal pressures on their journey to finding that ever-elusive true love — or at least someone who would agree on what type of school to send their future children to.
It certainly makes dating interesting when you’re dating your target demographic.
I don’t think that anyone has met someone directly because of the show, but I know that Jessica and I have had similar experiences where we’ll meet somebody or go on a date and they’ll be a fan of the show, or ask a lot about the show, and that’s certainly interesting.
So we’ll see what happens there, which I know the fans definitely want to find out.
The show is about dating in the Modern Orthodox world — something you’re very familiar with. Me, Danny, and Jessica, all grew up Modern Orthodox.
“For all of us, it’s a passion project, and we make the time for it.
But also, what I love so much about Jacobs is that she seems on the surface level just like this superficial, oblivious girl, but really, there’s so much more to her.
And with each episode, we sort of peel back a layer and reveal more of what’s going on inside.
“[‘Srugim’] was a huge inspiration for me in creating the first episode,” Gottfried said.
“I had never related so strongly to characters onscreen, and it was very powerful to watch and feel like it was an authentic portrayal of Modern Orthodox Jews.” It’s a grassroots production well-suited to a demographic who are as likely to meet each other at a Shabbat table or wedding as they are at dinner or a movie.