Four more years might be a high asking price for HBO's Emmy-winning political satire 'Veep,' but an additional 10 episodes have officially been voted through. HBO has announced that Julia Louis-Dreyfus will dress up Vice President Selina Meyer's foul mouth for another year, granting the comedy a third season of 10 episodes to begin in 2014. Find out about 'Veep's' next term in office inside!

'Veep' star Julia Louis-Dreyfus may not get the respect she deserves as fictional VP Selina Meyer, but she's certainly won our approval. HBO announces today that 'Veep' will return for a season 3, to consist of 10 total episodes airing in 2014. The renewal arrives only three episodes into 'Veep's' current season.

The ensemble cast of the show also includes 'Arrested Development's' Tony Hale, 'My Girl's' Anna Chlumsky as Selina's Chief of Staff Amy, Reid Scott as Dan, Matt Walsh as Mike, Timothy C. Simons as Jonah, and Sufe Bradshaw as Sue. The second season of the HBO comedy features guest turns from Gary Cole as Karl Rove-type figure Kent, along with former ‘Luck’ star Kevin Dunn as the President’s Chief of Staff Ben.

What say you? Are you glad 'Veep' will return for season 3 next year? What do you think of season 2 thus far?