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What’s on TV Wednesday: ‘I’m Sorry’ and the Return of ‘Suits’


From left, Judy Greer, Tom Everett Scott and Andrea Savage in “I’m Sorry.”

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The comedian Andrea Savage goes bawdy and blue as a version of herself in the new series “I’m Sorry,” backed by an army of her funny friends, onscreen and off. And everyone seems to want something as a seventh season of “Suits” begins.

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I’M SORRY 10 p.m. on truTV. Andrea Savage (“Veep,” “Episodes”) created and stars in this semi-autobiographical series about a seemingly together, tad too-eager-to-please comedy writer who only looks like a grown-up as she plays off her more strait-laced husband, Mike (Tom Everett Scott), and their preschooler, Amelia (Olive Petrucci); her writing partner, Kyle (Jason Mantzoukas); and her divorced parents (Martin Mull and Kathy Baker). The razor-sharp, frequently ribald antics begin as Andrea discovers a titillating secret about another mother at her daughter’s school while playing phone tag with her doctor on a Saturday, causing her friends (Judy Greer and Gary Anthony Williams) to become alarmed. In the second episode, at 10:30, Andrea sets up a play date for Amelia and learns that her daughter might be racist. The show’s producers include Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and the Lonely Island comedy trio: Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer. Watch Ms. Savage and Mr. Mantzoukas do more of their thing, this time as husband and wife — and friends to a couple of sex addicts, played by Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie — in “SLEEPING WITH OTHER PEOPLE” (Showtime Anytime and iTunes).


Gabriel Macht in “Suits.”

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SUITS 9 p.m. on USA Network. With Jessica (Gina Torres) out of the picture, Season 7 begins with the return of Mike (Patrick J. Adams) to Pearson Specter Litt, and the announcement by Harvey (Gabriel Macht) that he’s taking over as managing partner. But Donna (Sarah Rafferty), his loyal assistant, has a demand of her own. And she will not be ignored.

NATURE’S GREAT RACE 9 p.m. on PBS (check local listings). Using satellite-tracking technology, this new series follows animal herds as they migrate, starting with the annual gathering of thousands of elephants in northern Kenya, who face deadly threats from both predators and poachers.

SALVATION 9 p.m. on CBS. An M.I.T. grad student (Charlie Rowe) and a tech whiz (Santiago Cabrera) present a Pentagon official (Jennifer Finnigan) with some mind-blowing news: an asteroid will collide with Earth in just six months. Tell us something we don’t know, the Department of Defense responds in this new series. But the boy wonders think that the government’s deflection plan is off course.


Aasif Mandvi and Sutton Foster in “Younger.”

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YOUNGER 10 p.m. on TV Land. Liza (Sutton Foster) and Kelsey (Hilary Duff) find their relationship reaching its melting point at a work retreat (where Aasif Mandvi plays one of the guests), prompting Liza to reconsider her employment situation. Then a phone call rattles her world.

CLEVERMAN 10 p.m. on Sundance. The more time Koen (Hunter Page-Lochard) spends with his uncle, the greater his power as the Cleverman grows in this Peabody Award-winning series based on Aboriginal myths. Meanwhile, Waruu (Rob Collins), his half brother and foe, has discovered a substance that he believes can vanquish Koen.

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