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Julia Louis-Dreyfus Jokes That Veep Cut an Impeachment Storyline: We Were Worried That Someone Else Might Get to It First

Seems Veep wont be so ripped from the headlines after all.   ...Read More... //

Veep Wins Outstanding Comedy Series at 2017 Emmys, Thanks "Trump White House"

Veep's done it again. The HBO comedy starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus won Outstanding Comedy Series at the 2017 Emmys. Veep, which will return for a seventh and final season, beat out...   ...Read More... //

Why More TV Shows Should Follow Veep's Lead and End

Veep is ending. And that's a great thing. Don't take that as a slight against the HBO comedy, Veep has been one of the funniest shows on TV for the last six years with Julia...   ...Read More... //

Veep to End With Season 7

Julia Louis-Dreyfus and the team behind HBOsVeep have put a term limit on Selina Meyer: The comedy will end after its upcoming seventh season, per The Hollywood Reporter. The Emmy-winning series final run of 10 episodes will air in 2018. Star Louis-Dreyfus tells the site that Season 7 is a clear stopping point for the [] //

'Veep,' 'Feud' Showrunners Really Want to Direct

Series bosses from 'Fargo's' Noah Hawley to Ryan Murphy discuss making the most of their helming stints: "I can hear what's missing in a scene and fix it then and there."   ...Read More... //

Will Veep Star Julia Louis-Dreyfus Be Queen of the Emmys Again?

A version of this story about Julia Louis-Dreyfus first appeared in the Down to the Wire issue of TheWraps Emmy magazine. She could break the Emmy record for consecutive acting wins for the same show, and the record for most Emmys won for one role, with six. She could tie Cloris Leachman for the most ever won by a male or female performer, with eight. She could win her third consecutive Outstanding Comedy Series award for executive producing Veep, and push her total number of wins into double digits. Yes, Julia Louis-Dreyfus could be the Queen of the Emmys once again, which she admits is slightly uncomfortable but also quite nice. It is sort of an embarrassment of riches, theres no doubt about it, she told TheWrap. But Im very proud to have won like that.  ...Read More... //

'Veep' Boss on the "Heartbreaking" Breakup Scene and Selina's Defense of Female Genital Mutilation

David Mandel's HBO series is nominated for a record 17 Emmys this year as Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) sets her sights on, once again, becoming POTUS.   ...Read More... //

Julia Louis-Dreyfus on 'Veep' Staying Away From Trump's "Shit Show"

TV's former president on those Hillary Clinton comparisons, Trump's "shit show" and showing the "political animal" side of Selina Meyer in season seven.   ...Read More... //

Veep EP Says It Seems Like Trump White House Is Doing a Rival Comedy

The Trump Administration is making it a lot harder to write the HBO hit satire Veep. Veep executive producer David Mandel stopped by the unconventional political convention Politicon in Pasadena, Calif., on Sunday to talk about the shows upcoming season and how it is influenced by the current state of affairs in Washington D.C. It does seem like they are doing a rival comedy, joked Mandel, speaking of the administration. We think to ourselves, What is the most stupid thing a President can do? On a daily basis, and sometimes on an hourly basis, they just outdo us, and it sucks.   ...Read More... //

Veeps Matt Walsh Would Rather Have Selina Meyer In White House Than Donald Trump

Landing his second consecutive Emmy nomination for the role of White House Press Secretary Mike McClintock, Veep ' s Matt Walsh hopped on the phone to discuss the challenges of the series' sixth season. "[Season 6] was sort of bringing the band back together, so there were a lot of disparate storylines being juggled," Walsh says. "It was sort of picking up where you left off and making sure the chemistry was still there with characters who had been off on their own   ...Read More... //