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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  • Reviews around actress (5.00 of 5)

    Veep: Season 3

    • Julia is the best comedy actress of all time
  • Reviews around zany (5.00 of 5)

    Veep: Season 3

    • It takes a little time to start enjoying the zany, quirky show, but it becomes entertaining and humorous.
  • Reviews around use (5.00 of 5)

    Veep: Season 3

    • 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)

    Veep: Season 3

    • 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
  • Reviews around femininity (5.00 of 5)

    Veep: Season 3

    • 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.
  • Reviews around fun physicality (5.00 of 5)

    Veep: Season 3

    • 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.