Silicon Valley returns for third season April 24

EMMY®-WINNING COMEDY SERIES SILICON VALLEY RETURNS FOR ITS TEN-EPISODE THIRD SEASON APRIL 24 ON HBO On the heels of Pied Piper’s legal victory, Richard has been ousted as CEO and is offered […]

EMMY®-WINNING COMEDY SERIES SILICON VALLEY RETURNS FOR ITS TEN-EPISODE THIRD SEASON APRIL 24 ON HBO

On the heels of Pied Piper’s legal victory, Richard has been ousted as CEO and is offered the diminished role of CTO, while the rest of his team – Erlich, Jared, Dinesh and Gilfoyle – faces the question of just how far their loyalty extends. With a new no-nonsense CEO hell-bent on transforming everything from Pied Piper’s offices to its business agenda, the guys must find a way to triumph in the war of Art vs. Commerce, negotiating the many competing interests along the way.

Meanwhile, as Gavin Belson works to rehabilitate Hooli’s image following his blunders, Big Head finds himself in a new partnership, and at Raviga, Laurie holds her cards close to the vest and Monica tries to look out for Pied Piper’s best interests.

The Emmy®-winning and Golden Globe®-nominated series SILICON VALLEY takes a comic look at the modern-day epicenter of the high-tech gold rush, where the people most qualified to succeed are the least capable of handling success. A collaboration between Mike Judge and Alec Berg, the show returns for its ten-episode third season SUNDAY, APRIL 24 (10:00-10:30 p.m. ET/PT), immediately following the season debut of “Game of Thrones.”

Series regulars include Thomas Middleditch as Richard Hendricks; T.J. Miller as Erlich; Zach Woods as Jared; Kumail Nanjiani as Dinesh; Martin Starr as Gilfoyle; Josh Brener as Big Head; Amanda Crew as Monica; Matt Ross as Gavin Belson; Jimmy O. Yang as Jian-Yang; and Suzanne Cryer as Laurie Bream.

Returning guest stars this season include Ben Feldman (Ron LaFlamme), Alice Wetterlund (Carla) and Chris Diamantopoulos (Russ Hanneman). New guest stars include Stephen Tobolowsky as Jack Barker, Pied Piper’s new CEO, and Annie Sertich as tech blogger C.J. Cantwell.

Upcoming episodes:

Episode #19 (season 3, episode 1): “Founder Friendly”

Debut: SUNDAY, APRIL 24 (10:00-10:30 p.m. ET/PT)

Other HBO playdates: April 24 (1:00 a.m., 3:00 a.m.), 25 (3:55 a.m.), 26 (10:00 p.m.), 27 (5:40 a.m.), 28 (10:35 p.m.) and 30 (12:25 a.m.)

HBO2 playdates: April 25 (7:00 p.m.) and 29 (6:30 p.m.), and May 14 (10:30 a.m.)

After being unceremoniously fired, an angry Richard faces a tough decision: accept the diminished role of CTO, or leave Pied Piper for good. Erlich takes a shine to Jack Barker, Laurie’s new choice of CEO, while Dinesh and Gilfoyle weigh their options in Richard’s absence. At Hooli, Gavin tries to improve his image by admitting failure, and Big Head gets wind of major changes.

Written by Dan O’Keefe; directed by Mike Judge.

 

Episode #20 (season 3, episode 2): “Two in the Box”

Debut: SUNDAY, MAY 1 (10:00-10:30 p.m.)

Other HBO playdates: May 1 (1:00 a.m., 2:30 a.m.), 2 (3:35 a.m.), 3 (10:00 p.m.), 4 (4:10 a.m.), 5 (11:30 p.m.) and 7 (2:30 a.m.)

HBO2 playdates: May 2 (7:00 p.m.), 6 (5:30 p.m.), 7 (8:00 p.m.) and 14 (11:00 a.m.)

The new and improved Pied Piper impresses Dinesh and Gilfoyle, but worries Richard; Jared and Erlich both face housing issues; Gavin suggests a controversial move.

Written by Ron Weiner; directed by Mike Judge.

 

Episode #21 (season 3, episode 3): “Meinertzhagen’s Haversack”

Debut: SUNDAY, MAY 8 (10:00-10:30 p.m.)

Other HBO playdates: May 8 (1:00 a.m., 3:00 a.m.), 9 (4:25 a.m.), 10 (10:00 p.m.), 11 (4:10 a.m.), 12 (10:30 p.m.) and 14 (3:40 a.m.)

HBO2 playdates: May 9 (7:00 p.m.), 13 (6:15 p.m.) and 14 (11:30 a.m., 8:00 p.m.)

Richard searches for a way around Jack; Gilfoyle opens himself up to recruiters; Dinesh draws unwanted attention from a recent purchase.

Written by Adam Countee; directed by Charlie McDowell.

 

The show won two Emmy Awards® for its second season, for Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program and Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series, and earned another five Emmy® nominations, including Outstanding Comedy Series; Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series (Mike Judge); Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series (Alec Berg); Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series; and Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series (Tim Roche). The series also earned a 2016 Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Television Series – Comedy or Musical, its second nomination in that category.

SILICON VALLEY received five Emmy® nominations for its first season, including Outstanding Comedy Series; Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series (Mike Judge); and Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series (Alec Berg).

Silicon Valley: The Complete Second Season” will be available April 19 on Blu-ray with Digital HD and DVD. All ten episodes are also available now on Digital HD.

SILICON VALLEY was created by Mike Judge & John Altschuler & Dave Kinsky; executive producers, Mike Judge, Alec Berg, Michael Rotenberg and Tom Lassally; co-executive producers, Clay Tarver, Dan O’Keefe, Jim Kleverweis, Ron Weiner and John Levenstein; supervising producer, Carrie Kemper; consulting producer, Donick Cary; producer, Adam Countee.

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