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HBO Renews 'Veep' and 'Silicon Valley'

April 22, 2014 (2:03 am) GMT
Both comedies get new season orders while their current seasons are still airing on the premium cable channel.

HBO has given renewals to two of its comedies, "" and "". The political satire starring is renewed for a fourth season, while the tech-themed sitcom will return for a sophomore season. Both shows are expected to return in 2015.

"Veep" kicked its third season on April 6 with nearly 1 million total viewers. The show has received critical acclaim and won several awards, including two Emmy Awads for Louis-Dreyfus.

"Silicon Valley", meanwhile, has drawn attention, particularly from real-life tech's power players, due to its theme. It debuted after "" season 4 premiere on April 6 to 2.5 million viewers.

"Veep" and "Silicon Valley" air Sundays at 10:30 P.M. and 10 P.M. respectively.

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