Sarah Silverman Releases Failed NBC Pilot 'Susan 313' (Video)
The comedian received permission from studio 20th Century Fox TV to post the comedy loosely based on her life.
Sarah Silverman wants everyone to see her 2012 failed NBC pilot Susan 313.
The comedian received permission from studio 20th Century Fox Television to release the half-hour pilot loosely based on her life.
In a video message preceding the comedy, about a woman (Silverman) readjusting to single life following a decade-long live-in relationship, Silverman says posting the episode isn't a case of "Can you believe they didn't pick this up?!" but instead notes that the network "probably did the right thing."
Check out the comedy, written by Dan Sterling and directed by Ken Kwapis and co-starring Harris Wittels, June Diane Raphael, Jeff Goldblum and Tig Notaro, below.
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