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  1. 'Veep,' 'Silicon Valley' Renewed at HBO

    1:19 pm 4/13/2015

    Both critically acclaimed comedies earn early pickups at the premium cable network. Read more

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  2. 'Veep' and 'Silicon Valley': TV Review

    9:03 am 4/12/2015

    HBO's comedy double threat returns even stronger and funnier than before.Read more

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  3. 'Silicon Valley' Star Calls Out Salon for Confusing Him With 'Big Bang's' Kunal Nayyar

    5:23 pm 4/10/2015

    A review identified Kumail Nanjiani as a regular on the CBS comedy.Read more

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  4. 'Silicon Valley' Boss on Gender Criticism, Steve Jobs Inspiration and Season 2 Challenges

    12:00 pm 4/10/2015

    "We don’t have a six-season plan. To be honest, we don’t even have a three-season plan," exec producer Alec Berg tells THR.Read more

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  5. Sky Deutschland to Show All HBO Series Day-And-Date With U.S.

    9:57 pm 3/31/2015

    German fans of 'Game of Thrones,' 'Veep' and 'Silicon Valley' will be able to view and stream new episodes parallel to their bow stateside.Read more

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  6. Winklevoss Twins to Cameo on HBO's 'Silicon Valley'

    5:55 pm 3/26/2015

    The brothers join Evan Spiegel as the first of many anticipated appearances from real-life tech players in season 2.Read more

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  7. Why the Global TV Business Is Betting on Risky Drama

    3:12 pm 3/16/2015

    Producers and networks are abandoning old formulas in favor of the unexpected. Read more

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  8. HBO's 'Silicon Valley': First Look at Season 2

    1:07 pm 2/6/2015

    Watch a promo for the comedy's return on April 12.Read more

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  9. 'Silicon Valley' Promotes Jimmy O. Yang to Series Regular (Exclusive)

    4:26 pm 10/23/2014

    He plays hacker house resident Jian YangRead more

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  10. TV Agents Smackdown: Four Top Sharks on "Destructive" Network Execs, Clients They'd Poach and What a Hit Showrunner Can Earn

    9:00 am 10/9/2014

    In a candid conversation, CAA's Adam Berkowitz, ICM Partners' Ted Chervin, WME's Ari Greenburg and UTA's Matt Rice discuss what they'd change about the development process, why they don't care how many people are watching shows on Netflix or Amazon, and how clients perceive broadcast vs. cable: "You’re not going to make $100 million from a cable show, though you can make $50 million"Read more

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