Veep (2012 - 2019)



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Ex-senator and now the Vice President of the United States, Selina Meyer juggles her public and private life. However, it is nothing as she expected. On the contrary, she faces all the situations that she was warned about before becoming the vice president. She comes across political uproars and tries to settle them. This comedy series explores the inner workings of the U.S. government.

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Critics Consensus: Brash and bonkers as ever, Veep bows out with an unapologetically absurd final season that solidifies its status as one of TV's greatest comedies.

2019, HBO, 7 episodes

Critics Consensus: A move from the White House hasn't dulled Veep's razor-sharp satirical edge, thanks to Julia Louis-Dreyfus and her castmates' deft comic chemistry.

2017, HBO, 10 episodes

Critics Consensus: Thanks to the spot-on comedic prowess of Julia Louis-Dreyfus and company Veep is back with as many laughs and expletive-filled absurdities as ever.

2016, HBO, 10 episodes

Critics Consensus: Veep shows no signs of slowing down in its fourth season, thanks to sharp, funny, rapid-fire dialogue between POTUS and her hilariously incompetent staff.

2015, HBO, 10 episodes

Critics Consensus: Veep continues its winning streak with a mix of smart comedy, bright performances and a refreshing approach to D.C. politics.

2014, HBO, 10 episodes

Critics Consensus: In Veep's second season, the satire is sharper, the insights are deeper, the tone is more consistent, and the result is a comedy of unexpected heft.

2013, HBO, 10 episodes

Critics Consensus: The jokes are funny and Julia Louis-Dreyfus is great in the lead, but Veep is still working to find its voice.

2012, HBO, 8 episodes


Julia Louis-Dreyfus
as Selina Meyer
Tony Hale
as Gary
Matt Walsh
as Mike
Kevin Dunn
as Ben Cafferty
Gary Cole
as Kent Davison
Hugh Laurie
as Tom James
Dan Bakkedahl
as Rep. Roger Furlong
Randall Park
as Gov. Danny Chung
Clea DuVall
as Marjorie Palmiotti
Diedrich Bader
as Bill Ericsson
Phil Reeves
as Sen. Andrew Doyle
Brian Huskey
as Leon West
Isiah Whitlock Jr.
as George Maddox
John Slattery
as Charlie Baird
Lennon Parham
as Karen Collins
Paul Fitzgerald
as Owen Pierce
Usman Ally
as Ambassador Al Jaffar
Martin Mull
as Bob Bradley
Glenn Wrage
as Joe Thornhill
Allison Janney
as Janet Ryland
Todd Aaron Brotze
as Dr. Abernathy
Mary Holland
as Shawnee Tanz
Nick Wyman
as Quincy Carter
Andrew Daly
as Keith Quinn
Zach Woods
as Ed Webster
Pete Burris
as Marine Colonel
Tony D. Head
as First Supporter
Andrea Savage
as Laura Montez
Matt Oberg
as Buddy Calhoun
Brad Leland
as Bill O'Brien
Morgan Smith
as Candi Caruso
Andrew Thacher
as Dr. Weisglass
Jim O'Heir
as Mr. Brookheimer
India de Beaufort
as Brie Ramachandran
Jonathan Hadary
as Sherman Tanz
Toby Huss
as Quartie Sturges
David Weisenberg
as Dr. Robert Weinberg
Stephen Root
as Judge Walsh
Sarayu Rao
as Dr. Mirpuri
Jean Smart
as Imogene Walsh
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