TCA 2017: truTV shares look at comedian Hari Kondabolu's feature-length takedown of Fox's animated convenience store clerkIn the appropriately titled “The Problem With Apu,” the comedian confronts his long-standing “nemesis”: the heavily stereotyped Indian convenience store owner on “The Simpsons.”TruTV debuted the trailer Thursday during the Turner network’s Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour time.
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