Andrea Savage of "I'm Sorry" on creating a comedy that moms can actually relate to

Actress Andrea Savage was sick of the two-dimensional mom roles she was getting pitched, so she created her own show that depicts motherhood how it really is: hilarious, difficult and a little raunchy. The result, truTV's "I'm Sorry," enters its seco...

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