HBO Is Keeping ‘Veep’ and ‘Silicon Valley’
You like those funnies, do ya? You’ll be a happy camper come 2015, then, when Season 4 of Veep and Season 2 of Silicon Valley hit the air. HBO announced the renewals today, after each series aired its third episode of the year. The network canceled two comedies — Family Tree and Hello Ladies — a few months ago and recently renewed two more shows (Getting On and Looking), so Mike Judge now has the honor of tilting the HBO freshman-comedy narrative in the direction of “great shows remain on the air.” (And it doesn’t hurt that Silicon debuted to two million viewers, making it “HBO’s biggest comedy launch since Hung’s 2.8 million in 2009.”)
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