HBO is keeping the laughs coming by renewing two of its hit comedies.
“Veep” will return for a fourth season, while freshman entry “Silicon Valley” will return in 2015 after solid ratings success on Sunday nights.
According to the official press release, HBO has already rewarded the shows’ Sunday night counterpart, “Game of Thrones,” with a two-season renewal.
In its third outing, “Veep” has seen a creative shakeup by having Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s vice president running for the presidency.
The Mike Judge-created “Valley” centers on a group of web developers in the titular location, attempting to create an app their way without too much corporate interference.
Judge, the creative force behind “Office Space” and “King of the Hill,” was inspired in part by his own time in Silicon Valley in the ‘80s.
The comedy stars Thomas Middleditch, T.J. Miller, Zach Woods, Kumail Nanjiani, Martin Starr, Josh Brener, Amanda Crew and the late Christopher Evan Welch.
“Silicon Valley” and “Veep” air Sundays at 10 and 10:30pm, respectively, on HBO. Are you watching?