Critic Consensus: Silicon Valley's fourth season advances the veteran comedy's overall arc while adding enough new wrinkles -- and delivering more than enough laughs -- to stay fresh.
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Silicon Valley has returned for season four with a few surgical alterations, and, two episodes in, they're working beautifully.
There are plenty of other side-plots to revel in from the three episodes provided to critics.
There's a sense that we've traveled down this road paved with silicon once or twice before, but the ride is still smart, engaging and highly informative.
Judge seeks a fresh formula for success through Richard's own quest, Silicon Valley becomes a bit more thoughtful and a bit more ambitious itself.
It seems like every few minutes there is a gag or a situation that could safely set up an entire season of television only to immediately be sacrificed for comedic effect. That's what real confidence in both comedy and storytelling looks like.
Silicon Valley's causational world is a little easier to decode, four years in, though the new ways the show finds to reward and punish the work of its leads can occasionally be delightfully unpredictable, even if it fits into a familiar framework.
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