PHILADELPHIA — Because of traffic following President Obama’s speech at the Wells Fargo Arena, celebrity guests didn’t arrive at the red carpet of the Creative Coalition Gala featuring Fergie until nearly 1 a.m. The few attending reporters and photographers stared tiredly at each other while we waited, downing vodka…
If you are trying to win an Emmy, don’t think you can get away with anything, because apparently someone is always watching your ass for disqualifications.
If you’re at the point in the 2016 election cycle where you can no longer stomach the phoniness of Washington politics, then it’s definitely time for you to check out Veep’s Jonah Ryan. This Jolly Green Jizz Face is as real as a fictional character gets and he wants to be YOUR congressman!
In a life-changing development for me personally, People reported today that Sarah Palin will, God willing, soon be starring in a new reality television courtroom show. As the judge. Sarah Palin will be the judge. Take a moment to screw your heads back onto your bodies, we’ll wait.
The fifth season of Veep comes in the middle of an election year and why no it doesn’t at all resemble America’s real-life political hijinks. Picking up from last season’s finale, Selina Meyer and the crew deal with the aftermath of a tied election.
On HBO’s Veep, Amy Brookheimer (Anna Chlumsky) and Dan Egan (Reid Scott) have more in common than they have in opposition. Both are cutthroat, both are ambitious, and both are terribly, terribly attractive. So why can’t they just doooooo it already?
The White House Correspondents dinner—that bizarre annual ritual in which celebrities are smushed in between politicians to temporarily relieve Washington from its own bitter, bloated, halitosis-ridden reality—is tomorrow night, and in a spot-on video spoof for Vanity Fair, Veep star (and friend of Jezebel) Timothy…
Armando Iannucci—the genius wit behind such works as In the Loop, The Thick of It and The Armando Iannucci Shows—is stepping down as showrunner on HBO’s Veep, the brilliant, Julia Louis-Dreyfus-starring political comedy that he created in 2012. He will be replaced by Curb Your Enthusiasm’s David Mandel.
Tune into HBO’s political comedy Veep and you’ll find that there are few—if any—heroes. Set in in Washington, D.C. and, more specifically, the offices of Vice President Selina Meyer (played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus), the show’s cast of characters are as cut-throat as they are inept. But even in this world of selfish—and…
Veep is back April 12, and to whet your appetites, Julia Louis-Dreyfus has posted a brief promo clip of the upcoming season. As expected, just because she's the one true POTUS now, doesn't mean Selena Meyer and her team have gotten any more adequate at their jobs.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, a 53-year-old woman who is so hot and awesome that it almost seems unfair, stars in her very own photo spread in next month's issue of GQ wherein she fucks a clown.
Only two episodes into its third season, the brilliantly written and wonderfully acted Veep (starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus) is already tackling the highly politicized and ridiculous Washington abortion debate by proving the seemingly impossible — that abortion legislation and the tragic circus that surrounds it can…
Check out the new trailer for the third season of Veep, in which Selena Meyer gets the rundown of her potentially competent staff. Veep is back on HBO on April 6, and Operation: Lady POTUS is go!
The trailer for Season Two of Veep is here, but to be honest, it's pretty meh. Of course, there's a gratuitous close-up of slacker-staffer Mike McLintock shoveling what appears to be a powdered doughnut hole into his mustachioed face, as well as an appearance from sexual harassment scarecrow Jonah Ryan, but this…
Though she probably won't win, we can all take a moment to behold the power of our fictional vice president, Selina Meyer.
HBO's new comedy Veep stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus as a female Vice President who is simultaneously overlooked and over scrutinized... with hilarious results.