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Veep: Season 3

HBO premieres the third season of the Emmy®-nominated comedy series created by Armando Iannucci (Oscar® nominee for co-writing In the Loop) that takes a sharp, satirical look at the insular world of Washington politics. Following the whirlwind day-to...

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  • Gift for my Daughter-in-law, she loves it.

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  • Julia is the best comedy actress of all time

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  • Julia is the best comedy actress of all time

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  • It takes a little time to start enjoying the zany, quirky show, but it becomes entertaining and humorous.

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  • While it's not as sidesplitting as the previous two seasons, it's still hysterically funny with its excellent use of popular and obscure cultural reference and its scathing political satire, all helmed by the downright brilliant performance turned in by Julia Louis-Dreyfus

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Reviews around reference (5.00 of 5)

  • While it's not as sidesplitting as the previous two seasons, it's still hysterically funny with its excellent use of popular and obscure cultural reference and its scathing political satire, all helmed by the downright brilliant performance turned in by Julia Louis-Dreyfus

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Reviews around performance (5.00 of 5)

  • While it's not as sidesplitting as the previous two seasons, it's still hysterically funny with its excellent use of popular and obscure cultural reference and its scathing political satire, all helmed by the downright brilliant performance turned in by Julia Louis-Dreyfus

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  • If you love it, you're going to love Veep.

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  • Julia Louis-Dreyfuss is the queen of sophisticated comedy while also beingable to inject a fun physicality and appealing femininity to the role of the under-achievingwhile over-reaching lady VP of the U.S.

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fun physicality

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  • Julia Louis-Dreyfuss is the queen of sophisticated comedy while also beingable to inject a fun physicality and appealing femininity to the role of the under-achievingwhile over-reaching lady VP of the U.S.

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More about Veep: Season 3

  • HBO premieres the third season of the Emmy®-nominated comedy series created by Armando Iannucci (Oscar® nominee for co-writing In the Loop) that takes a sharp, satirical look at the insular world of Washington politics
  • Following the whirlwind day-to-day existence of Vice President Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus in her Emmy®-winning role), Veep hilariously skewers everyday office politics, against the backdrop of the second highest office in the land
  • After the revelation at the end of Season 2 that the president will not run for reelection, Season 3 begins with Selina, eying a promotion, courting Iowa caucus voters at a signing for her new book, Some New Beginnings
  • Soon, Selina and her staff, back in D.C
  • for Mike’s (Matt Walsh) wedding, learn that Secretary of Defense Maddox is resigning – setting Selina up for a possible run in the presidential primaries against Maddox and her nemesis, war-vet Danny Chung
  • Over the course of this season’s 10 episodes, Selina and her staff will set up an exploratory campaign office in D.C
  • and travel to Silicon Valley (to raise money) and London (to meet with heads of state), while Amy (Anna Chlumsky) and Dan (Reid Scott) vie to be Selina’s campaign manager
  • As always, Veep will continue to show that in Washington, even the most banal decisions can have ripple effects, with unexpected and far-reaching consequences.