Kal Penn's new six-episode political comedy series, premiering tonight, explores issues of concern to millennial and Gen Z voters, from climate change to education to healthcare. "We hope that it turns folks out to vote, and we hope that it brings some attention to the fact that this is not just a presidential election," says Penn, who worked in the Obama White House. "There are a lot of other things happening, a lot of local and state races. And you know, on both the left and the right, there have been a lot of people who have been protesting, and being involved in different social justice movements around the country for different causes. What I'd like to explore with some of our guests is, at what point is voting the thing that's gonna solve the challenge, at what point is protesting, and is there a third thing? Like, is talking to your neighbors in a civil way dead? Or is doing more of that also a thing that helps? I have a feeling they're gonna say it's all three. So the ideal takeaway for me is that we all get a better understanding of how civics works, and how we can make a difference."