TCA 2017: "It's funny that Hollywood is always the elites until we're not," producer saysSarah Silverman and Adam McKay, the executive producer of “I Love You, America,” say that their upcoming Hulu talk show will not be explicitly political.At a panel at the Television Critics Association press tour on Thursday, the duo repeatedly emphasized that despite press reports, the series will aim to address “the root of humanity in this country” beyond the left-right political divide.McKay and Silverman also rejected the label “Hollywood elite,” and the assumption that the show would only appeal to liberal viewers.“I Love You, America,” which will blend traditional talk show elements such as a monologue and field segments with unique twists like an on-stage focus group, will be an attempt to connect different types of people through comedy, the duo said.“Sarah’s really good at talking to people,” added executive producer Amy Zvi.
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