HBO Schedules 'Veep,' 'Game Change'

The cabler's 2008 election telefilm will premiere March 10, and its Julia Louis-Dreyfus comedy will bow April 22.
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"Game Change's" Julianne Moore

HBO has scheduled premiere dates for its two vastly different politically themed projects.

The premium cabler's Julia Louis-Dreyfus D.C.-set comedy Veep, in which she stars as the vice president of the United States, will bow Sunday, April 22 at 10 p.m.

Game Change, a telefilm chronicling the 2008 presidential election starring Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin, will premiere Saturday, March 10.

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The projects join Ricky Gervais observational sitcom Life's Too Short and its Danny McBride comedy Eastbound & Down on HBO's schedule. A specific April return date for George R.R. Martin's fantasy drama Game of Thrones and one for freshman comedy Girls have not yet been determined.

Watch a promo for Veep below.