Now that 'Girls' season 2 has officially come to its close and 'Game of Thrones' season 3 is on the horizon, HBO has taken to promoting its other big spring offering; the second season of Julia Louis-Dreyfus-fronted political comedy 'Veep'! After some solid teasers, the pay-cable network has relased the first full trailer for its Emmy-winning comedy's second season, highlighting that the titular 'Veep' has gotten fired up, but still lacks the respect of...well, everyone. Get a sneak peek of 'Veep' season 2 inside!
As much as we look forward to the season 3 premiere of 'Game of Thrones' on March 31, we're also anticipating the long-awaited return of Julia Louis-Dreyfus 'Veep,' premiering two weeks later on April 14. No longer paired with 'Girls,' the second season of 'Veep' will have a much more international flavor as Selina Meyer has a lot more on her plate, so what do we learn from the sleepy new poster?
As much as we've enjoyed the second season run of HBO's 'Girls' thus far and eagerly await the coming of 'Game of Thrones' season 3 on March 31, one jewel has been missing of late from the pay-cable network's crown: 'Veep' season 2! At long last, the network has set a premiere date for the second season of 'Veep' Selina Meyer, debuting on Sunday April 14 behind new episodes of 'Game of Thrones.' Get the latest on 'Veep' season 2 inside, by Vice Presidential mandate!
HBO's 'Girls' might have had its best night ever this weekend, debuting its second season while scoring two major Golden Globes for Best Actress and Best TV Series, Comedy, but tragically HBO's 'Veep' was little to be found. If nothing else, at least HBO decided to send out a Vice-Presidential memo with the first teaser trailer for the show's second season! Get the newest look at 'Veep' season 2 inside!
Well, we can't say we saw that coming! Sorry Amy Poehler,
Hanna Horvath Lena Dunham, Melissa McCarthy, Edie Falco, Zooey Deschanel and Tina Fey! Julia Louis-Dreyfus has officially taken the 2012 Emmy for Outstanding Leading Actress in a Comedy Series, winning for her role as Vice President Selina Meyer of HBO's 'Veep.'