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HBO has ordered more of the political comedy.
April 30, 2012
HBO has announced that freshman series Veep has been renewed for a second season. The show, which premiered just over a week ago, stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus and takes a humorous look inside of the office of the US Vice President.
While the first season of Veep will run for eight episodes, HBO has ordered up 10 for the second season.
UPDATE: Season 2 of Veep will premiere on April 14, 2013.
(Source: TV by the Numbers)
01/05/13 at 04:33pm
01/05/13 at 04:32pm
Veep and shows like it are part of the problem in the country today, people that watch shows like this have no idea how the goverment works. It fine for fun so long as you put it in perspective , problem is they cant. Dryfus still has good legs thats the up side
09/22/12 at 02:57pm
08/05/12 at 03:07am
Not as good as The Thick of It but still a very good show
07/16/12 at 05:52pm
Well, the show is worth watching, but only 8 episodes the first season and 10 the second, and they are only 30 minute episodes? OMG. Well, the characters i got to know, but not very funny. I think I had my hopes much higher, and seriously, do they need to swear quite so much??
07/12/12 at 08:48am
"Veep" is genius. Hilarious. Just the right mix of highbrow and lowbrow satire. Perfect casting.
07/09/12 at 10:04pm
The show isn't funny at all and I think it should be cancelled.
06/28/12 at 12:57pm
Veep is incredibly funny---but I can see how the intelligent satire may have gone over some viewers' heads. As for "40s slapstick"--you couldn't be more wrong Michael.
06/19/12 at 07:13am
If you didn't like the show, why in the world would you watch 8 episodes of it? I must say, you are wrong, and clearly HBO thinks you are wrong since they have renewed for an additional 10 episodes...
05/04/12 at 08:54pm
I see no ome else has chosen to comment, probably because no one has any interest in the show, It is bad.
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