Amy Schumer Diagnosed as "Overexposed" in New Show Promo

"You're everywhere," a doctor says in the teaser for 'Inside Amy Schumer.'
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Amy Schumer doesn't rest between seasons.

"The test came back positive — I'm sorry to tell you this, but you've been overexposed," a doctor informs Schumer in the new promo for her upcoming fourth season of Inside Amy Schumer.

"You're everywhere," he tells her while showing a fake cover of We Weekly with the headline: "Amy Mania." 

What's the cure? she asks. "Go away for a while! No late-night TV show appearances, no podcasts —" ("Thank God," she interrupts). He continues, "And do not go back to your basic cable TV show."

But that, she can't do. "Gotta follow my heart, keep exposing myself," she tells the doc.

The third season of Schumer's Comedy Central series aired its finale in July 2015. Since then, the comedian has enjoyed massive success and has been, as her doctor says, everywhere.

She wrote and starred in her first film role in Trainwreck. She became best pals with Jennifer Lawrence, landed an HBO comedy special and was named one of the most fascinating people of 2015 by Barbara Walters. She hosted Saturday Night Live, became an awards-circuit darling and picked up multiple awards for Trainwreck, and she just announced her first book, The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo. Schumer has also graced many real-life magazine covers, including this week's issue of The Hollywood Reporter.

Thanks to her off-season success, more eyes are sure to be tuned in when Inside Amy Schumer returns on April 21. Watch the promo of her diagnosis below.

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