Sarah Silverman tries to unite America with new Hulu show


At the Television Critics Association’s summer press last Thursday, Sarah Silverman shared that she’s is going to bring people together with her upcoming 10-episode series. “With this new show, I am hoping to unite un-like-minded people,” she said. The press tour was joined by Silverman and the executive producers of the show, #Gavin Purcell, and Adam McKay. Silverman and the producers shared some hints on the plot of the series, revealing that it will be taped part in the studio and part field According to the show-runner Gavin Purcell #I love you America will focus on the lives of twelve people from different walks of life.

Silverman’s show will focus on different people

According to Silverman, the show is scheduled to be released on October 12.

The goal of “I love you America” is to show that despite deep cultural, political and even ethnic differences, all people have more in similarities than not at heart. In other words, the mission of the talk show is to reveal the fact that we are all the same.

On the other hand, Silverman said during the press con that “I love you America’ show won’t be only be tackling politics but also other relevant matters like poverty, environment, and other topics relevant today. She said, “I don’t want to make fun of the people I will meet, nor does she intend to discuss politics. “All I can do is to try to be open-minded and brave and go into the situation,” she said, adding she is “not going to conduct an interview to make them look like assholes.”

The series promised “to be funny and entertaining’

Executive producers, Ferrel, McKay and Amy Zvi, promised that show will be funny.

#sarah silverman was known from her primetime scripted series “The Sarah Silverman Program” on Comedy Central. Last month, the show heated up the digital marketplace and cable when it was taken out. The show had become the talk of the town, landing a production offers from both pay services and ad-supported, ultimately landing at Hulu.

The show will be shot every week in Hollywood and feature opening videos which are taped pieces around the country. In one of the clips they showed, Silverman is sitting down with a family that has never met Jewish. Silverman said that they are not inviting guests for a talk to make them look idiots but rather to emphasize the truth that we are all the same. “We will be listening to different sets of opinion,” she added.

According to IndieWire, the show is now at its final stage of preparation before its air on T.V.

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