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The Hollywood Reporter
Yay or Nay: Bare Shoulders At Workexplained Kerr. Kathleen Felix Hager, costume designer for Showtime’s VEEP, wh
Yay or Nay: Bare Shoulders At Work
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted yesterday
explained Kerr. Kathleen Felix Hager, costume designer for Showtime’s VEEP, who dresses no less than President Selina Meyer on the show, agrees that baring skin, even if it is on your upper arm, is probably not the way to go. “For... Read more
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Irondequoit Post
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
Irondequoit Post / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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The Norwich Bulletin
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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Penfield Post
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
Penfield Post / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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Dover Post
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
Dover Post / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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Webster Post
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
Webster Post / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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Boonville Daily News
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
Boonville Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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Fairport - East Rochester Post
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
Fairport - East Rochester Post / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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Advocate Tribune
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
Advocate Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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Wayne Post
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
Wayne Post / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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Herkimer Evening Telegram
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
Herkimer Evening Telegram / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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Brighton-Pittsford Post
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
Brighton-Pittsford Post / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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Beauregard Daily News
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
Beauregard Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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The Pekin Daily Times
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
The Pekin Daily Times / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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The Herald News
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
The Herald News / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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Smyrna Clayton Sun Times
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
Smyrna Clayton Sun Times / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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The Journal-Standard
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TVUniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it
See You Next Tuesday: How the Most Offensive Word in the Language Became Ubiquitous on TV
The Journal-Standard / Posted 4 days ago
Uniqueness Nerve and Talent. Page 2 of 3 - Veepdevoted an entire episode to it early this year: "C---gate," in which Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) learns via Politico that someone on her staff called her the C-word, and dispatches Amy... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Hollywood Image Makers Dissect Melania Trump's Convention Fashion Choicesfemininity. Michelle Obama’s bare arms and strapless dresses; Sarah Palin’s pop
Hollywood Image Makers Dissect Melania Trump's Convention Fashion Choices
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 5 days ago
femininity. Michelle Obama’s bare arms and strapless dresses; Sarah Palin’s popular red Naughty Monkey pumps; Veep star Selina Meyers’ (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) body-hugging sheaths; House of Cards’ character Claire Underwood’s (Robin Wright) sexy... Read more
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Mashable
Hilarious 'Veep' deleted scene shows team must find votes - in any way possibleof the show, which centered on the whole team fighting an unfortunate electoral
Hilarious 'Veep' deleted scene shows team must find votes - in any way possible
Mashable / Posted 6 days ago
of the show, which centered on the whole team fighting an unfortunate electoral college tie, which leaves the presidency of Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) hanging in the balance. Veep just scored 17 Emmy nominations for its current season — the... Read more
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The Columbian
Female presidents rule in TV, filmsIf Hillary Clinton is elected president in November, she may have a lot of sist
Female presidents rule in TV, films
The Columbian / Posted 7 days ago
If Hillary Clinton is elected president in November, she may have a lot of sisters on TV. Selina Meyer was the president on “Veep.” On “Scandal,” Mellie Grant is a nominee for president. On “Madam Secretary,” Secretary of State Elizabeth McCord has... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Ben Mendelsohn scores Emmy nodKimmy Schmidt Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedymedia_cameraJulia Louis-Drey
Ben Mendelsohn scores Emmy nod
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
Kimmy Schmidt Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedymedia_cameraJulia Louis-Dreyfus has won four Emmys for playing Selina Meyer on Veep. Picture: AP Ellie Kemper, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep Laurie Meltcalf,... Read more
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The Hindu
Game of Thrones, People vs OJ Simpson top Emmy nominationsin the best drama actor category. Julia Louis-Dreyfus will go for her fifth be
Game of Thrones, People vs OJ Simpson top Emmy nominations
The Hindu / Posted 9 days ago
in the best drama actor category. Julia Louis-Dreyfus will go for her fifth best comedy actress title for playing Selina Meyer on “Veep”, while last year’s winner Jeffrey Tambor was once again nominated for best comedy actor for his role... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Emmy nominations reflect the moment we are in — political, divided and distrustful(nominee Robin Wright) tore up the “help-mete” guide, and the country was spare
Emmy nominations reflect the moment we are in — political, divided and distrustful
Los Angeles Times / Posted 9 days ago
(nominee Robin Wright) tore up the “help-mete” guide, and the country was spared the inevitably disastrous presidency of monomaniac Selina Meyer (Julia Louis Dreyfus). Which, ironically, may make “Veep” the most truly hopeful show of t... Read more
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Japan Today
'Game of Thrones' leads Emmys field with 23 nominations ‹ Japan Today“Hi momma—I know you’re watching!” HBO’s political comedy “Veep,” starring Jul
'Game of Thrones' leads Emmys field with 23 nominations ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 9 days ago
“Hi momma—I know you’re watching!” HBO’s political comedy “Veep,” starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as hapless President Selina Meyer—scored 17 nominations for television’s equivalent of the Oscars, to be handed out on September 18 in Los... Read more
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Perth Now
Ben Mendelsohn scores Emmy nodKimmy Schmidt Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedymedia_cameraJulia Louis-Drey
Ben Mendelsohn scores Emmy nod
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
Kimmy Schmidt Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedymedia_cameraJulia Louis-Dreyfus has won four Emmys for playing Selina Meyer on Veep. Picture: AP Ellie Kemper, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep Laurie Meltcalf,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Game of Thrones leads Emmys pack with 23 nominationsin the nominations tally by Fargo with 18. HBO's political comedy Veep, starri
Game of Thrones leads Emmys pack with 23 nominations
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
in the nominations tally by Fargo with 18. HBO's political comedy Veep, starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as hapless president Selina Meyer — scored 17 nominations for television's equivalent of the Oscars, to be handed out on September 18 in Los... Read more
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News.com.au
Game of Thrones leads Emmy nodsKimmy Schmidt Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Julia Louis-Dreyfus has wo
Game of Thrones leads Emmy nods
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
Kimmy Schmidt Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Julia Louis-Dreyfus has won four Emmys for playing Selina Meyer on Veep. Picture: APSource:AP Ellie Kemper, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep Laurie... Read more
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dna
Complete list of 68th Primetime Emmy Awards nominationsACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES Ellie Kemper as Kimmy Schmidt Unbreakable Kimmy Sch
Complete list of 68th Primetime Emmy Awards nominations
dna / Posted 10 days ago
ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES Ellie Kemper as Kimmy Schmidt Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Netflix Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Selina Meyer Veep HBO Laurie Metcalf as Dr. Jenna James Getting On HBO Tracee Ellis Ross as Rainbow Johnson black-ish... Read more
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dna
68th Primetime Emmy Awards | 'Game of Thrones' to 'Veep': Who will win nominations today?year winner: Julia Louis-Dreyfus – Veep Fun fact: The Veep star took home her
68th Primetime Emmy Awards | 'Game of Thrones' to 'Veep': Who will win nominations today?
dna / Posted 10 days ago
year winner: Julia Louis-Dreyfus – Veep Fun fact: The Veep star took home her fourth Emmy in a row for her role as Selina Meyer in the HBO series at the 2015 Emmy AwardsLimited Series American Crime The People v. O.J. Simpson: American... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
'Veep' Showrunner David Mandel on Parody Being "Harder and Harder"are pieces of pomposity and absurdity that we’ve taken, but we’re not doing a r
'Veep' Showrunner David Mandel on Parody Being "Harder and Harder"
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 11 days ago
are pieces of pomposity and absurdity that we’ve taken, but we’re not doing a real life documentary. In a perfect world Selina Meyer [played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus] should be the worst, most absurd character. Right now she’s kind of running... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Australia's PM Turnbull 'Mr Harbourside Mansion'"continuity" and "change". The line is uncannily like the "Continuity with Cha
Australia's PM Turnbull 'Mr Harbourside Mansion'
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 14 days ago
"continuity" and "change". The line is uncannily like the "Continuity with Change" slogan used by the fictional politician Selina Meyer in the political satire "Veep", prompting the show's star Julia Louis-Dreyfus to say she was "dumbstruck" by the... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Why the Brits do political satire so well — and Americans can barely do it at allplayed by Chris Langham and Rebecca Front in “Thick” into the central character
Why the Brits do political satire so well — and Americans can barely do it at all
Los Angeles Times / Posted 17 days ago
played by Chris Langham and Rebecca Front in “Thick” into the central character of Vice President and later President Selina Meyer, played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus in “Veep.” But a hapless figure portrayed as out of her depth can’t carry the... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
'Veep' can't get crazy enough to satirize real-life politics, cast says"it makes you wonder just how crazy it is behind the scenes." The Envelope sat
'Veep' can't get crazy enough to satirize real-life politics, cast says
Chicago Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
"it makes you wonder just how crazy it is behind the scenes." The Envelope sat down recently with Louis-Dreyfus (who plays Selina Meyer, the one-time veep, now embattled president), Hale (Selina's devoted assistant, Gary Walsh) and Matt Walsh... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
10 TV shows to binge-watch over Independence Day weekendand inebriated narrators bring new life to the stories of our country. What do
10 TV shows to binge-watch over Independence Day weekend
Stamford Advocate / Posted 22 days ago
and inebriated narrators bring new life to the stories of our country. What does our vice president do anyway? If you're Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), it's whatever's going to get her from being an acting POTUS to an elected one. Watch as... Read more
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Connecticut Post
10 TV shows to binge-watch over Independence Day weekendand inebriated narrators bring new life to the stories of our country. What do
10 TV shows to binge-watch over Independence Day weekend
Connecticut Post / Posted 22 days ago
and inebriated narrators bring new life to the stories of our country. What does our vice president do anyway? If you're Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), it's whatever's going to get her from being an acting POTUS to an elected one. Watch as... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
10 TV shows to binge-watch over Independence Day weekendand inebriated narrators bring new life to the stories of our country. What do
10 TV shows to binge-watch over Independence Day weekend
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 22 days ago
and inebriated narrators bring new life to the stories of our country. What does our vice president do anyway? If you're Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), it's whatever's going to get her from being an acting POTUS to an elected one. Watch as... Read more
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The Hindu
An analysis of the Veep and Game of Thrones season finalessuperb production values and engaging storyline, Game Of Thrones was by far the
An analysis of the Veep and Game of Thrones season finales
The Hindu / Posted 24 days ago
superb production values and engaging storyline, Game Of Thrones was by far the most popular, the unravelling of President Selina Meyer’s presidency in the award winning Veep kept viewers engaged and entertained. We take a look at the season finale... Read more
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The Hindu
Streaming apps are rewriting the formula of video consumptionapps and sites are changing the rules of the game Jon Snow came back to life i
Streaming apps are rewriting the formula of video consumption
The Hindu / Posted 26 days ago
apps and sites are changing the rules of the game Jon Snow came back to life in the latest season of Game of Thrones, Selina Meyer lost the American presidency in Veep and Richard Hendricks and his brand of maverick engineers are back to the... Read more
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Roll Call
Fact-Checking 'Veep' Season 5before the 20th Amendment moved the start of a new session of Congress to Janua
Fact-Checking 'Veep' Season 5
Roll Call / Posted 26 days ago
before the 20th Amendment moved the start of a new session of Congress to January. Spoiler alert In "Veep's" fifth season, Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) failed to receive the 270 electoral votes needed to win. She helped get Jonah Ryan... Read more
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The Atlantic
'Veep' Goes Tragi-Karmic[Warning: Veep Season 5, Episode 10 spoilers ahead.] Veep is a show with a lot
'Veep' Goes Tragi-Karmic
The Atlantic / Posted 27 days ago
[Warning: Veep Season 5, Episode 10 spoilers ahead.] Veep is a show with a lot of small jokes that amount to one big one: Selina Meyer and her staff are politically successful, again and again, despite the fact that they are—and indeed sometimes... Read more
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Calgary Sun
'Game of Thrones', 'Roadies', 'Veep' top this week's TV must-seeshas been shooting was shown, served as a hilarious season sum-up. But is there
'Game of Thrones', 'Roadies', 'Veep' top this week's TV must-sees
Calgary Sun / Posted 27 days ago
has been shooting was shown, served as a hilarious season sum-up. But is there a big twist left? If not, U.S. President Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) soon will have a non-White House mailing address. When: Sunday, June 26 on HBO Canada... Read more
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News.com.au
Why there are so many ‘f*cks’ in Veepseries Veep love a swear word. When an already sharp line is spiked with an F-
Why there are so many ‘f*cks’ in Veep
News.com.au / Posted 27 days ago
series Veep love a swear word. When an already sharp line is spiked with an F-bomb and spat out by Julia Louis Dreyfus’ Selina Meyer, it’s really a thing of beauty. Over the years, the show’s gifted many of us fun zingers to throw at annoying... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Why there are so many f-bombs in Veepseries Veep love a swear word. When an already sharp line is spiked with an F-
Why there are so many f-bombs in Veep
Adelaide Now / Posted 27 days ago
series Veep love a swear word. When an already sharp line is spiked with an F-bomb and spat out by Julia Louis Dreyfus’ Selina Meyer, it’s really a thing of beauty. Over the years, the show’s gifted many of us fun zingers to throw at annoying... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Why there are so many f-bombs in Veepseries Veep love a swear word. When an already sharp line is spiked with an F-
Why there are so many f-bombs in Veep
The Courier Mail / Posted 27 days ago
series Veep love a swear word. When an already sharp line is spiked with an F-bomb and spat out by Julia Louis Dreyfus’ Selina Meyer, it’s really a thing of beauty. Over the years, the show’s gifted many of us fun zingers to throw at annoying... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
10 ways 'Ghostbusters' shows off women's strength in comedythe fifth season of "Veep." At a time when HBO and real life feature women runn
10 ways 'Ghostbusters' shows off women's strength in comedy
Detroit Free Press / Posted 28 days ago
the fifth season of "Veep." At a time when HBO and real life feature women running for president, the fact that President Selina Meyer is as selfish, impatient, petty and power-hungry as ever is amazing proof that female roles don't have to be... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Everybody loves to hate ‘Veep’s’ Jonah, but Timothy Simons digs the spirit of his blundering characterdown from his role as show runner at the end of last season, was willing to wri
Everybody loves to hate ‘Veep’s’ Jonah, but Timothy Simons digs the spirit of his blundering character
Los Angeles Times / Posted 29 days ago
down from his role as show runner at the end of last season, was willing to write around Simons’ absence. Alas, the Selina Meyer White House is a far less collegial environment. Like many of Iannucci’s series, “Veep” is known for its... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Could 'Veep's' election meltdown come true?votes for the president on a state-by-state basis - each state's delegation get
Could 'Veep's' election meltdown come true?
Chicago Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
votes for the president on a state-by-state basis - each state's delegation gets just one vote. All season long, incumbent Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) has bootlicked like never before in an attempt to sway representatives in the House to her... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Wrapid Fire: Why ‘Veep’ Star Tony Hale Doesn’t Watch ‘Game of Thrones’band he’d most want to tour with and the victor of a debate between Donald Trum
Wrapid Fire: Why ‘Veep’ Star Tony Hale Doesn’t Watch ‘Game of Thrones’
Houston Chronicle / Posted 29 days ago
band he’d most want to tour with and the victor of a debate between Donald Trump and his HBO show’s fictional president, Selina Meyer. But when it came to his favorite “Game of Thrones” character, Hale admitted that he isn’t a fan. “I don’t... Read more
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