JMV Say it ain’t so, TV fans! Shows like ‘Scandal’, ‘House of Cards’ and more are saying their final farewells to use in 2018.
Anna looked like a gorgeous mermaid in a long, sequin gown at the 2017 Emmy Awards. Get the details on her hot look below!
Selina Meyer and assistant Gary Walsh are inseparable on ‘Veep,’ but could there come a time when Gary didn’t work for Selina? Tony Hale told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that he doesn’t think it will ever happen.
The Primetime Emmys are on August 25, and in a hilarious new promo, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul reunite along with Julia Louis-Dreyfus. And yes, there are ‘Breaking Bad’ jokes aplenty. Watch!
This is Breaking Bad‘s final chance to win at the Primetime Emmy Awards on August 25, and in a new promo from Audi of America, sponsor of the upcoming 66th Primetime Emmy Awards show, Breaking stars Aaron Paul, 34, and Bryan Cranston, 58, reunite in an short called “Barely Legal Pawn.” Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus, 53, plays herself as she tries to hawk one of her many Emmys. The Breaking Bad jokes alone are worth the price of admission — check it out!
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, in character as ‘Veep’ Selina Meyer, teamed up with Vice President Joe Biden for a video in which they decide to ditch the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner. It’s the buddy-cop partnership we never knew we needed.
The 100th annual White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner was on May 3, and Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) and Vice President Joe Biden decided to ditch it in an HBO-produced video featuring FLOTUS Michelle Obama and Speaker of the House John Boehner (or, as Selina called him, “J-Dawg”). Click through to watch!
At the Shorty Awards on April 7, HollywoodLife.com spoke to Matt Walsh, who plays Mike McLintock on ‘Veep’. Read on to find out whether he’d vote for Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ Selina Meyer in a presidential election!
Season 3 of Veep premiered April 6 on HBO and the main story arc follows Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) and her hapless team as they help her launch a secret campaign for President. It’s going about as well as you’d imagine it would. Read on for our exclusive interview with Matt Walsh and find out if he has any faith at all in Selina’s campaign whatsoever! (Spoiler alert: he kind of doesn’t.)
Season 3 of HBO’s ‘Veep’ premieres April 6 at 10:30 ET, and it’s gearing up to be the funniest season so far as Vice President Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) launches a secret campaign for President along with her team that tend to hurt more than help. Click through to see the trailer and read on for our review!
Season 2 of Veep ended with Selina learning that the President would not seek re-election. Season 3 of Veep opens with Vice President Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) wasting away on a book tour stop in Iowa, all in an effort to bolster her image with the American people as she secretly campaigns for President. Her team, as ever, hurts more than helps her in this effort. Read on for what else you can expect from Season 3 of Veep!
The sketch comedians, the science geeks, the awkward loner, the quirky hipsters, the eccentric family, or the White House staffers — which comedic crew gets your vote?
We may live for drama here at HollywoodLife.com, but we also enjoy the occasional giggle fit, so we’re psyched to see our favorite comedies going head-to-head Sept. 23 at the 64th annual Primetime Emmy Awards. From the old standbys like 30 Rock and Modern Family to the newcomers like Veep and Girls, we can’t wait to see which series comes out on top!
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