Andrea Savage's TV mom roles weren't funny, so she wrote her own show

Before creator and star Andrea Savage developed truTV's "I'm Sorry," she was growing tired of the television mom roles she was getting pitched. "Either the mom was a super harried mom, who was like, 'My husband, ugh, he's like my child,' or, the mom ...

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