At Home with Amy Sedaris
At Home with Amy Sedaris Number Of Seasons: 2 (20 episodes)
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Season premieres on February 19, 2019
Finale: April 30, 2019
truTV, 10 episodes
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Season premieres on October 24, 2017
Finale: December 19, 2017
truTV, 10 episodes
At Home with Amy Sedaris is on truTV (United States) Tuesdays at 6 pm
Season 2 Episode 10 () - Air Date: Apr 30, 2019 (9 months ago)
At Home with Amy Sedaris season 2 trailer features nuclear bakes, Patty Hogg slapping Michael Shannon - by Ew
TruTV unveiled Friday the first trailer for the home show satire’s upcoming second season, which sees star Amy Sedaris navigating nuclear casseroles, an avian onslaught (thanks to a specialty craft known as the “donut bird-feeder”), and a googly-eye assault — all while welcoming a wealth of celebrity guest stars (including Susan Sarandon, Rose Byrne, Ana Gasteyer, and Matthew Broderick) into her house.
TruTV Bakes Up Trailer for Sophomore Season of 'At Home with Amy Sedaris' - Multichannel News - via Multichannel
The 10-episode series, which features Sedaris as she showcases her decorating, cooking and crafting skills, will premiere Feb. 19, according to the network. Guest stars scheduled to appear during season two include Matthew Broderick, Susan Sarandon, Gillian Jacobs, Juliette Lewis, Ellie Kemper and Fred Armisen, said the network.
At Home with Amy Sedaris is 'the most amazing truffle' - EW Community - via Ew
If you’ve been wondering just what At Home with Amy Sedaris is all about, well, it’s a little hard even for our Bingeworthy hosts to describe. Jessica Shaw calls it “part instructional cooking show, part crafting show, part deconstruction of feminism, part outright insanity.”
Emmy-worthy At Home with Amy Sedaris costumes fuse class, camp, deranged whimsy - EW.com - by Ew
When Amy Sedaris decided to forge an offbeat path through home show satire for her TruTV comedy At Home with Amy Sedaris, she knew she had to dress the part of a whimsically deranged domestic diva to tie the whole package together. Luckily her longtime collaborative costume designer Vicki Farrell — a Sedaris staple who preivously worked on Strangers with Candy — was ready to meet her at the intersection of class and camp in a world where homeless drifters, wine peddlers, aliens, and pantsuits converge in a glitter bomb of DIY fashion fantasy. For your Emmys consideration in the Outstanding Costumes for Variety, Nonfiction, or Reality Programming category, check out EW’s craft-centric interview with Farrell ahead (along with several exclusive concept sketches from her creative closet).