By Yanir Dekel
You have probably seen Noa Tishby before as guest-star in a lot of American hit TV shows, like “NCIS,” “Nip / Tuck,” “Charmed” and many more. She also played one of Matthew McConaughey’s ex-girlfriends in the 2009 blockbuster “Ghosts of Girlfriends Past.” Tishby is also responsible for adapting the Israeli TV series “In Treatment” and producing the American show on HBO. Now she’s going back to her roots and starring in a new TV series in Israel.
“2.3 a Week” is a new drama which premiered on Sunday July 24 on Channel 10 in Israel, where Noa plays a famous singer, who’s married and has an affair with a bachelor soundman, played by Ori Pfeffer (who recently finished filming “The Iceman” in Hollywood, where he plays opposite James Franco and Oscar-winner Benicio Del Toro). Parallel to that story, the new TV drama tells another 3 stories, all revolving around love, relationships and couplehood.
For the show, Noa has recorded a song that was released earlier this week in Israel, entitled “It Doesn’t Feel the Same” (“Ze Lo Margish Oto Davar”), produced by Johnny Goldstein, half of the new international duo, TYP.
This is not the first time Tishby released music. In 1996 she released an album under the name “Nona”, which was all in English and included a cover of Elvis Costello’s “Alison”. “Swim” was the second single off of this album, for which there was a music video produced – and here it is.