Sarah Silverman I Love You America

TVLine Items: Sarah Silverman Talk Show, Difficult People Return and More

Is Sarah Silverman the next Samantha Bee or John Oliver?

Hulu has given a 10-episode order to I Love You, America, a half-hour show in which the comedienne discusses the country’s current political/emotional landscape and seeks to connect with people who hold opinions that differ from her own.

The weekly program — produced by Funny or Die — marks Hulu’s first foray into the talk show/variety genre.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Difficult People Season 3 will premiere Tuesday, Aug. 8, on Hulu.

* Harry Connick Jr.’s daytime talk show Harry has been renewed for Season 2, our sister site Variety reports.

* Discovery Channel is reviving the game show Cash Cab, with a new twist: comedy, film and TV stars will pick up the unsuspecting passengers/contestants, per The Hollywood Reporter.

* The Big Bang Theory star Johnny Galecki is teaming with Science Channel to executive-produce and appear in the prank series SciJinks, which will use cutting-edge science to stage outrageous stunts and practical jokes.

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1 Comment
  1. TV Gord says:

    Syndicated daytime talk shows usually get a two-year deal, so Harry’s renewal is just a formality. If they had cancelled it, they would still have had to pay for the second season. It was the same for Meredith, Katie, Anderson, and several before them.

    While the show is a bit better than it was when it premiered last September, it’s still limping. I had high hopes for it, because I like him and I thought his producers (Eric and Justin Stangel from The Late Show with David Letterman) would help to give him better material, but his comedy tastes lean too much toward groaners, and they’re trying too hard to do heartwarming the way Ellen does (without the budget). Unless some big changes are made to put some oomph into the show, I don’t expect a season three.