TV Series Like I'm Sorry
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About I'm Sorry
Andrea Savage ("Veep," "Episodes") created and stars in this half-hour scripted comedy as writer, wife and mom Andrea, whose outward confidence belies an inner immaturity and neuroses that manifests in unexpected ways. Alongside her more straitlaced husband, Mike, and their inquisitive daughter Amelia, Andrea does her best to navigate her life's oftentimes self-induced complications.
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|Show Name||I'm Sorry|
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