Fall TV Preview 2017: Marvel Antiheroes, Serial Killers and 'Stranger Things'

From 'The Punisher' to the return of 'Curb,' mutant superheroes to a brand new 'Star Trek' series – here's what you'll be watching this season

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'I Love You, America' (Oct. 12)
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'I Love You, America' (Oct. 12)

Who better to bring us divided citizens together than a smart-ass stand-up comic? Yes, it sounds questionable on paper – but Sarah Silverman is being sincere when she says she wants this late-night talk show–cum-Daily Show–style riff on current events to get past blue state/red state stereotypes. The show will feature Silverman interviewing folks who've had ideological awakenings or 180-degree turnarounds, as well as doing field reports in parts of the U.S. that may not share her background or perspective on the world. ("I had dinner with a family in Louisiana who voted Trump and had never met a Jew," Silverman told EW, describing a segment from the series.) The notion is that we actually aren't all that different if we just, y'know, talk to each other. This should not seem like a revolutionary concept in 2017, and yet it does. DF

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