It seems that Hulu may have found their John Oliver/Samantha Bee (as in, slightly less genericized, less nightly, political commentating comedian) in Sarah Silverman. (One might throw Bill Maher in that category as well, but let’s not.) The network just announced that they’ve given a “straight to series” 10 episode order to I Love You, America, from […]
Apparently, Sarah Silverman is ready to reach across the aisle. Despite her wildly partisan opinions, the lefty comedienne plans to “connect with un-like-minded people” in a new weekly talk show, Deadline’s Nellie Andreeva reported. Called I Love You, America, the Hulu show will be a forum for Silverman’s political commentary on the events of the week.
The comedian will take on current affairs by connecting with "un-like-minded people."
Hulu has given a new Funy or Die series – starring Sarah Silverman – a straight-to-series order. The show’s working title is I Love You, America and would feature Silverman in a ten-episode order of a weekly half-hour topical show to discuss the current political/emotional landscape of the country. Show More Summary
Hulu is teaming up with Funny or Die to bring you a new 10-episode series from comedienne Sarah Silverman, the streaming service announced Monday. The show's working title is I Love You, America and will allow Silverman to explore the political and emotional rifts between people in America, while... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Sarah Silverman
Sarah Silverman has spoken at the 2016 Democratic national convention, offered her opinions on late-night talk shows, and showed up with sage advice and counsel last night for Pete Holmes on HBO’s Crashing. Now she’s ready to share her thoughts, jokes and love with the rest of us on a weekly basis. Hulu has ordered […]
Hulu has picked up a 10-episode order of Sarah Silverman’s new show, called “I Love You, America.” The project promises to “discuss the current political/emotional landscape of the country,” according to Deadline. So even though it’s...Show More Summary
The head of Israel’s leading Republican group called comedian and actress Sarah Silverman a “self-hating Jew” who “needs a muzzle” in a Facebook post Saturday. The post, which was written by the Republicans Overseas Israel co-chairman Marc Zell, according to The Jewish Telegraphic Agency, linked to...
The head of Republicans Overseas Israel was responding to a more-than-decade-old clip of the comedian's stand-up routine.
Sarah Silverman will bring a politicized talk show to the streaming space. The comedienne will host a series with the working title I Love You, America, which will be produced by Funny or Die and distributed by Hulu. Deadline, whichShow More Summary
Sarah Silverman is taking her raunchy comedy to Hulu.
According to Deadline, Hulu has ordered a weekly, half-hour talk show tentatively titled I Love You, America that will be hosted by Sarah Silverman. The show will involve Silverman discussing “the current political/emotional landscape...Show More Summary
Silverman will take on politics in her new weekly half-hour comedy on Hulu.
Crashing is really firing on all cylinders lately. The first couple episodes were enjoyable enough, but starting with “Yard Sale,” Pete has had an excellent arc of growth. He has been kicked out of the nest by his mother figures—Jess by ending their marriage and his actual mother by telling him to get more real with his comedy. Show More Summary
You would be challenged to find many three-month spans in the history of comedy that will rival this spring, and it has a lot to do with Netflix’s onslaught on the stand-up special market: They’ve been offering the greats “you can’t refuse” money. Dave Chappelle, Louis C.K., Sarah Silverman — ... More »
“We’re not seen as citizens, we’re seen as consumers” the comedian says in a clip for “NowThis” in which she explains one small thing she did to combat the sick feeling she got watching the Dakota Access Pipeline go through.
This week, Sarah Silverman was the focus of a lot of water cooler chatter when she opened up in a series of tweets about having to give up motherhood, as a comedienne in order to advance her career. On Monday, she defended her choice to not have kids in order to prioritize her career. “As a comic always working... Read More »
With a list that starts with Jerry Seinfeld, Kevin Hart, Bill Burr and Sarah Silverman — and seems to just keep getting longer — the big comedy and music festival Colossal Clusterfest being put on this summer in San Francisco...
Comedian and actress Sarah Silverman recently spoke about making a personal choice to pursue her career to the exclusion of starting a family, which is certainly a valid life choice, but one which has raised the anger of the online community. Show More Summary
'You can't be a woman without sacrifice.'