Wednesday, 10 p.m., TruTV

Summary

The comedy series created by and featuring Andrea Savage as the main character was based loosely on her life as a comedy writer, mother and wife

What The Critics Say (Metascore 64)

  • There are a lot of series mining this style so it’s not like Savage has done anything wrong by jumping into the fray, but I’m Sorry will need to find its own unique variation soon enough. But early on the show feels like it’s already in rhythm, which is a nice surprise. — Tim Goodman, The Hollywood Reporter
  • Once you get over what might be the initial shock of Andrea’s dirty mouth and incredibly frank talk, she’s a very appealing character. And I’m Sorry is amusing. Sometimes even laugh-out-loud funny. — Scott D. Pierce, The Salt Lake Tribune
  • She’s occasionally pretty funny, but, in its first two episodes I’m Sorry never spares even a second to make the case that viewers would enjoy hanging out with her. — Hank Stuever, Washington Post