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Comparing the Big Bang Theory to Silicon Valley almost seems totally unfair, since there are so many things the latter does better than the former.
HBO’s tech comedy Silicon Valley delays production on season 6 until 2019, putting a possible final season premiere date sometime in 2020.
Silicon Valley closes out season 5 by flipping the series’ usual script and delivers an uplifting end in what could have been a great series finale.
HBO gives two of its top comedies, Barry and Silicon Valley, early renewal notices, as both series have been earning plenty of critical praise.
Despite its similarities to past seasons, there’s a sense of newness to the show following the departure of T.J. Miller’s Erlich Bachman.
The gang at Pied Piper faces down a whole new slew of challenges in creating a new internet in the new trailer for Silicon Valley season 5.
HBO releases the first trailer for Silicon Valley season 5, teasing what is next for Pied Piper and the next season's premiere date.
HBO promotes its upcoming slate of original series with a new programming video that shows off Westworld season 2, Fahrenheit 451 and more.
Silicon Valley star T.J. Miller says he will never return to the HBO series and that he had a contentious relationship with its producer.
Silicon Valley co-creator Mike Judge opens up about the departure of T.J. Miller and what that means for the series moving forward.
Silicon Valley star T.J. Miller explains why he is leaving the hit HBO original comedy series following the conclusion of season 4.
Silicon Valley has been renewed by HBO for Season 5 but series regular T.J. Miller aka Erlich Bachman will not be coming back.
After a tumultuous third season, the gang at Pied Piper looks to move forward but Richard has something new up his sleeve.
Richard and Jared set out to redesign the internet, with Haley Joel Osment in tow, in the trailer for Silicon Valley season 4.
HBO releases a new trailer for Silicon Valley season 4, which sees Richard making a big decision regarding Pied Piper and a big discovery.
Partially based on co-creator Mike Judge's experiences as a Silicon Valley engineer in the 1980s, the show is a comedy that illustrates why the people most qualified to succeed are the ones least capable of handling success.