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03/28/2017 11:35 am ET

Sarah Silverman's 'I Love You, America' Picked Up By Hulu

Yes you, America.
Don't expect Sarah Silverman to pull any punches in her upcoming show, "I Love You, America."
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Don't expect Sarah Silverman to pull any punches in her upcoming show, "I Love You, America."

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 no secret that Silverman is a devout liberal, viewers can expect the comedian to grapple with opposing viewpoints and engage with people she may not agree with.

Thirty-minute episodes will air weekly on the streaming service. Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Amy Zvi are signed on to executive produce.

Hulu confirmed the news via Twitter:

Not the sort to keep her opinions secret, Silverman has been critical of President Donald Trump. The comedian recently walked back suggestions of a military coup against the president, explaining in a tweet that “FEAR can motivate even peacenik snowflakes 2 incite violence.”

Silverman was an outspoken Bernie Sanders supporter during the 2016 Democratic primaries, but eventually called for party unity behind Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention.

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