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This new season of Veep is the political satire we need right now. It lampoons the outsized egos and fumbling of a crew of Washington knuckleheads just as dysfunction in real life politics is front-page news.
Veep is still Veep, which is to say outrageous, brash, and very funny in promulgating its convincing vision of democracy as running on nothing but inertia.
Veep is at its best when her political team is united -- and of course also divided. So let the infighting begin anew. The profanity is already firmly in place.
Veep is a satirization of all power-hungry politicians, neutral to their party, past, or principles. But most importantly, it's telling its own story. This is a serialized narrative that refuses to rewrite history in order to mock it.
In TV terms, we call this a re-set, but in Veep terms, it's genius.
What Veep is now providing, in contrast to its previous seasons, is a sense of moral stability: Here are a bunch of incompetent people who are living, finally, with the ramifications of their incompetence.
Veep can be a bit of a grab bag. It's both feminist and women-hating; racially progressive and racist; offensive and hilarious by turns. But somehow it all comes together.
This is the world where Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) would have returned for the sixth season, and frankly, the show's choices at the end of last season are paying off.
The sixth season maintains its high level of acidity and humor. [Full Review in Spanish]
Veep pulls no punches. Leading the charge is the show's top-notch cast, who somehow get even funnier in year six, despite the fact that they're never in the same room together.
Audience Reviews for Veep: Season 6
Oct 19, 2019A change in setting may cause the loss of some of Veep's more loveable themes and ideas during its sixth season. But this is more than welcome due to its intriguing exploration of areas outside of the west wing, as well as a fascinating following of the different paths each member of team Meyer takes following their expulsion from the White House --- and what would it be without the cast, undoubtedly the most elaborate and talented group of riding, pissed-filled skin Twizzlers on TV, led by the masterful Mrs. Julia Louis Dreyfus. Jonah Ryan is running for president... this is gonna be good! Iroh's grade: A-
Nov 02, 2017Veep's penultimate season is it's best yet, and really captures these foul-mouthed politicians at their sharpest and most quick-witted.
Oct 09, 2017Somehow, from being one of the funniest shows ever made, this has become thoroughly unpleasant. I don't like these characters any more, and Selina especially has become a mere caricature of narcissism. The cleverness and light touch of the show, even up to Season 5, has been replaced by a rancid, bitter aftertaste that's hardly worth watching any more.
Jul 12, 2017Veep isn't afraid to mock the US Political structure and process. The acting is superb and it's comedic value is superb. Shame more people don't watch it
Jul 07, 2017@TonyHale. Nuff said. :-)
Jun 27, 2017Seriously the funniest thing out right now.
May 09, 2017Best comedy on television. A must watch for all fans of dry, intelligent, and out of this world profane humor.
May 09, 2017The show is not funny!
Apr 29, 2017still good, so good!
Apr 27, 2016Definitely less enjoyable than previous seasons, as I feel the writers struggled to decide where to go after the White House, but it picks up again in the last couple of episodes, giving me hope that season 7 will be great again!