Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD Release: VEEP: Season Four

Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: April 19, 2016
Price: DVD $26.95, Blu-ray $34.98
Studio: HBO/Warner

Julia Louis-Dreyfus reprises her 3-time Emmy-winning role as Vice President Selina Meyer in VEEP: Season 4, the third season of HBO’s sharp and satirical comedy series.

Hilariously skewering the whirlwind day-to-day existence of the Vice President’s office and Washington politics at-large, the series continues to prove that in Washington, even the most banal decisions can have ripple effects, with unexpected and far-reaching consequences.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Hugh Laurie in VEEP: Season 4

Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Hugh Laurie in VEEP: Season 4

Having become president after her predecessor stepped down, it remains to be seen whether her term will outlast that of America’s shortest-serving president, William Henry Harrison. With the stakes for Selina and her team higher than ever before, she must still run for election, and over the course of the season’s 10 episodes they will grapple with how to make her seem “presidential.”

Created by England’s Armando Iannucci (In the Loop), the fast-moving, fast-talking television series features an excellent ensemble of co-stars, including Tony Hale (TV’s Arrested Development) as Gary, Meyer’s right-hand man; Anna Chlumsky (Blood Car) as Amy, her chief of staff; Matt Walsh (TV’s Hung) as Mike, her weathered spokesperson; Reid Scott (My Boys) as Dan, an ambitious political aide; and Timothy C. Simons (Days Together) as Jonah—abusively referred to as “Jonad”–a  young, slimy White House liaison.

The 10-episode VEEP: The Complete Fourth Season set features exclusive bonus content including deleted scenes.


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