The 2014 Emmy Nominations are in, and expectedly outraging everyone across the internet. It takes a 'True Detective' to figure out this 'American Horror Story,' but did the right nominations go to the right people? Will Tatiana Maslany ever get her due? Can dogs really write blogs? We weigh in on the upsets, upchucks and underdogs of today's TV snubs.
Mike Judge’s new HBO series ‘Silicon Valley’ is a clever, insightful, and at times satirical look at the tech industry in the heart of Silicon Valley, following a group of young upstarts as they endeavor to launch a new platform that will (hopefully) revolutionize data consumption. And while the show has one smart and assertive recurring female character, its dominantly male perspective became alarmingly clear following last week’s episode...
Well, this shouldn't come as too big of a shock. Given the Emmy caliber of HBO's 'Veep' in its first few seasons and its current third, as well as the buzzy reception of Mike Judge's tech comedy 'Silicon Valley,' HBO has made things official with 2015 renewals for its current Sunday comedy lineup. Might that mean Selina Meyer (Julia Louis Dreyfus) gets a new title to match her current career path, too?
We've said it before, and we'll say it again. 'Game of Thrones' season 4 dominated the conversation this past Sunday (and apparently enough of HBOGo to cause another overload), but amid all the brand-new trailers, another HBO series deserves a bit of exposure. Check out Mike Judge's TV return with the full premiere episode of tech comedy 'Silicon Valley' right now!
Sure, 'HBO's 'Game of Thrones' will steal the spotlight this coming Sunday with its April 6 season 4 premiere, but the lords of Mike Judge's 'Silicon Valley' and 'Veep' season 3 will be right behind the dragons with their own premieres. Check out the latest look at Mike Judge's buzzy tech comedy and Selina Meyer's bid for the presidency in three new clips from Sunday's debut!
It's been a while since we've seen some new content from Mike Judge, the creative mind who brought us favorites like the cult classic film 'Office Space' and the animated TV series 'King of the Hill.' Judge returns with the new HBO series 'Silicon Valley,' which marries his experience in episodic television with his knowledge and background in the world of computer technology. The sharp and highly hilarious series, which premiered its first two episodes at the 2014 SXSW Film Festival in advance of its April 6 debut, isn't all biting satire of the world of computer programmers and coders trying to parlay their talents into superstar lifestyles a la Steve Jobs -- it's actually got a lot more depth of character and quite a bit of heart beneath its comedic veneer.
HBO gave us our best look yet at its upcoming tech comedy, 'Silicon Valley,' this past Sunday with a brand-new trailer for the Mike Judge-produced series, and now the network unveils another innovation. The ghost of Apple founder Steve Jobs makes a welcome return in the new poster for HBO's 'Silicon Valley,' as we meet our new icons!
HBO seems to have finally broken suit this Sunday without any new looks at 'Game of Thrones' season 4, but we've got the next best thing. 'Office Space' and 'Beavis & Butthead' creator Mike Judge has a brand-new comedy debuting on HBO this coming April called 'Silicon Valley,' the first full trailer for which arrived online!
HBO had plenty to showcase on Sunday night opposite 'The Walking Dead''s midseason premiere, including 'Game of Thrones Ice and Fire: A Foreshadowing' and our first look at 'Veep' season 3, but why stop there? 'Office Space' and 'Beavis & Butthead' creator Mike Judge has a new geek comedy debuting on April 6, so take a look at the first official trailer for HBO's 'Silicon Valley.'
While the major network announcements of the past few weeks certainly stole the spotlight, HBO has a few major new pickups of its own to add to its slate of comedies. Joining 'Girls' and 'Veep' on the network are a new 'Silicon Valley' dramedy from 'Beavis & Butthead' creator Mike Judge, as well as a San Francisco-based gay friends dramedy starring 'Glee's' Jonathan Groff. Preview HBO's new comedy lineup inside!