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The final season of Veep has added Better Call Saul alums Rhea Seehorn and Michael McKean to the cast as guest stars for upcoming episodes.
The final season of HBO’s Emmy award-winning comedy Veep gets its first trailer, and it shows Selina making one last bid for political greatness.
HBO sets premiere dates for Veep season 7, the upcoming final season of the political comedy, as well as Big Little Lies season 2.
HBO's Veep sports some of the funniest, most morally ambiguous characters on TV. We used Myers-Briggs® to dig even deeper into who they are.
HBO promotes its upcoming slate of original series with a new programming video that shows off Westworld season 2, Fahrenheit 451 and more.
Armando Iannucci is coming back to HBO, as the Veep creator nabs a pilot order from the premium cable network for his new sci-fi/comedy series.
Selina Meyer moves on from the White House, as Veep season 6 proves its as funny as ever by turning a political insider into an outsider.
Selina Meyer is back as the now-former President of the United States in the hilarious new trailer for Season 6 of HBO's Veep.
Selina Meyer begins her second act in the very funny (but very short) season 6 teaser trailer for HBO's award-winning comedy Veep.
The 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards gave out television's top honors. Find out if your favorites went home a winner.
Ahead of The 2016 Primetime Emmy Awards, Screen Rant predicts who will win and who should win on Sunday night.
Veep returns with season 5, and in the midst of a contentious election year, its sharp, objective political satire is welcome now more than ever.
Veep, starring Emmy-winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus, has debuted a full-length trailer for season 5, debuting April 24 on HBO.
Syfy renews The Magicians, HBO debuts trailers for Veep and Silicon Valley, Ted Raimi joins Ash Vs Evil Dead, USA orders Shooter and more.
HBO announced the official premiere date of Game of Thrones season 6, as well as returning comedies Silicon Valley and Veep.
Former U.S. Senator Selina Meyer (Louis-Dreyfus) finds out that being Vice President of the United States is less like what she hoped and more what people warned her it would be.