The “Veep” star revealed on Wednesday she successfully underwent surgery following her breast cancer diagnosis last year and is “feeling happy and ready to rock.”
The actor explains why Washington hasn't corrupted his scene-stealing character — and what he'd like to see incorporated into the show's final season.
"Veep" won’t continue its time in office until its leading lady is ready to do so, an executive producer for the HBO comedy said Wednesday.
Netflix and HBO may have had the most nominations; Veep, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Big Little Lies may have won the most major awards; but the person most on the minds and tongues of those with microphones at Sunday night’s Emmys Awards was President Trump. And before you dive down to the comments section to tell me that’s why you didn’t watch the show hosted by Stephen Colbert and that Hollywood is full of libtards, let me say I understand your reaction completely. ...
Anna Chlumsky explains that yes, Janeane Garofalo was an inspiration for her character's '90s vibe on 'Halt and Catch Fire.'
HBO’s Veep is coming to an end. The multi-Emmy-winning series will wrap with a seventh and final season in 2018. "The decision to bring VEEP to a close at the end of next season is bittersweet," said Casey Bloys, president, HBO Programming. "We love the show and everyone involved but respect the producers' choice to bring Selina Meyer's journey to its conclusion after an extraordinary run of critical and award-winning acclaim. Julia Louis-Dreyfus' comedic brilliance…
The stars of HBO’s Veep visited Conan and recalled the insults from the show that hurt them the most. The characters on Veep are known to trade savage and cutting barbs. Even though they know it’s all in good fun, the actors said they were not immune to the sting of the put-downs.
Matthew Perry explained on Live With Kelly and Ryan that he was riding the subway and was recognized by a fan, who immediately passed out.
HBO's “Veep” returns Sunday, and you’ll have to watch to see the full glorious yet ignominious scale of Selina Meyers’s second act.
The 'Veep' showrunner poses 13 questions to fans, like "In the Age of Trump, are you less interested in watching a show written by Jewish writers?"
It was another great, crowded year for TV. If you were to ask us to choose the 20 episodes everyone should have watched, here are our picks. Use your holiday vacation wisely, friends.
As was true of my Best Dramas list, there’s only one show here from network television, and it’s not because I think sitcoms need premium-cable freedom to use naughty words to get laughs. The list is alphabetical, because I really couldn’t say that the kind of laughs you get from John Oliver are “better” than those of, say, Broad City. Better Things (FX): Pamela Adlon, working with Louis C.K., has created a new kind of single-mom-with-kids sitcom — moodier and more fraught, but never losing sight of its mission to keep the laughs coming.
As the cousin and close pal of Donald Glover’s Earn, Henry so fully inhabits the role of the rapping, usually high Paper Boi, he thoroughly deconstructs the usual pop culture stereotypes of what a hip-hop artist might be like. Hard when he has to be, Alfred — Paper Boi’s real name — is also a sensitive soul and a rigorous thinker. This was made most clear in the Oct. 11 episode “B.A.N.,” Glover’s showcase for Paper Boi as a guest on a Charlie Rose-style talk show, but Henry’s shrewd skills compelled you to watch him in even his smallest scenes or when this Boi seemed to be nodding off.
There’s one thing everyone can usually agree on at the Thanksgiving dinner table — the sides are the best part. In that spirit, Yahoo TV is using the holiday to honor the supporting players that have made watching TV this year a delicious treat.
Reid Scott of Veep chose the leader of the Unsullied on Game of Thrones, Grey Worm, and Anna Chlumsky also chose a character from Game of Thrones to be her BFF.
Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus took home her fifth Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy and paid tribute to her father, who passed away on Friday.
Emmys: Who Will Win A couple of days ago, I gave you my selections for who I think should win the Emmys in the major categories on Sunday night. Today, I give who I think will win, based on guesswork informed by historical patterns of how Emmy voters tend to think in casting their ballots. So if you have an office pool and want to be sure to win it… well, take a look at my picks, then go back and look at my should-wins, and decide for yourself. I’m confident in my choices, but I wouldn’t want you to lose money, either.
Yahoo TV has assembled this handy guide to where you can binge each of the Emmy nominees in the Outstanding Drama, Comedy and Limited Series categories, along with our picks for the must-stream episode.
Season Five of Veep has been a roller coaster of anger, insult and emotion. Selina Meyer’s last ditch effort to secure a spot in the White House — even if it would mean she would have to eat crow and return to the vice presidency — often resembled a slapstick version of Hitler in the bunker at the end of the war. Naturally, these high-stake hilarities netted the series, crew and actors twelve nominations for the 2016 Primetime Emmy Awards, including a fourth Supporting Actor nod for Tony Hale’s performance as Gary Walsh, the bag man and floor mat to Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s President Meyer.
If you ask Will Arnett, he’ll say, “I don’t f—ing know! I know that everybody is game to do it. “Oh wow,” exclaimed Hale, “I’m by far the guy who has no clue what’s going on. Like, David Cross, Will Arnett, they tend to have some inside information, and hear stuff and all that kind of stuff.