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Andrea Savage

Savage at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival

Born Andrea Kristen Savage[1] 1,200 more words


“I’m obsessed with your show.  It’s one of my favorite things on TV right now,” I said mere seconds into my phone call with I’m Sorry  2,474 more words


Andrea Savage Comedy 'I'm Sorry' Renewed For Season 2 By TruTV

TruTV has ordered a second season of breakout comedy I’m Sorry, created by and starring Andrea Savage, for premiere in 2018.

The series has been a solid ratings performer for the network, up 32% since its July 12 debut, and drawing an average of 454,000 total viewers per week in Live +3, according to the network and Nielsen. 147 more words

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TV Reviews: Skip The Guest Book, Give I’m Sorry a Shot

TBS and TruTV are two channels I only typically watch when they take part in the National Holiday that is March Madness. However, as of late these co-owned cable outlets have been making waves in comedy nerd circles by becoming home to shows like People of Earth, Angie Tribeca, Search Party, The Detour (all TBS), Those Who Can’t, Adam Ruins Everything and Billy on the Street (all TruTV). 1,703 more words

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"I'm Sorry" Is The Show You Aren't Watching, But Probably Should Be

If you’re a Curb Your Enthusiasm fan, you’ll love this show. Comedian Andrea Savage stars as a writer, mother and wife who just seems to put herself in sticky situations over and over again. 142 more words

The Joy and Optimism of Andrea Savage’s ‘I’m Sorry’

“Andrea Savage (Veep, Episodes, Dog Bites Man) created and stars in ‘I’m Sorry’, a new half-hour comedy on truTV. Tired of being offered boring, distressed, sexless mom roles, Savage set out to write a character she’d be proud to play on a show she’d love to work on. 92 more words


TruTV's Andrea Savage Comedy 'I'm Sorry' Casts Up With Kathy Baker, Martin Mull

Kathy Baker, Nelson Franklin and Martin Mull are among the recurring cast newly set for I’m Sorry, Andrea Savage’s upcoming scripted comedy for TruTV. 174 more words

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