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What Is Sarah Silverman's New Show?

Sarah Silverman is one of the many liberal celebrities who is using her voice and platform to encourage people to get off their complicit asses, stop just sharing articles on Facebook and make a difference.

The 46-year-old comedian once sang parodies like "The Poop Song" and "I'm F*cking Matt Damon," but now she's dedicated to singing a different tune.

Hulu recently picked up Silverman's show, "I Love You, America," for 10 episodes. The project will "discuss the current political/emotional landscape of the country" and Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Amy Zvi will serve as executive producers, according to Deadline.

The show will be a comedy-style weekly talk show, similar to Chelsea Handler's hilarious and politically charged Netflix series, "Chelsea."

On a personal level, Sarah Silverman became my official voice of political reason when she poetically referred to Mike Huckabee as a "bloated weasel's twat" back in February, so I expect her new show to dish out even more quick-witted hot takes.


At the Hulu Upfront, Elite Daily had the chance to speak with Sarah Silverman about her upcoming show and the message she wants to get out to millennials who are experiencing the jarring effects of politics for the first time.

Sarah spewed her words of wisdom for Gen Y and advised us to,

Silverman went on to dissect the differences between big businesses and their smaller counterparts and how millennials need to take note and take action,

While this new show is sure to be wickedly funny and entertaining, there is no doubt Silverman's intense passion and understanding of the issues that divide our nation will inspire watchers to get up and do something.