Season 4 of Veep, the Emmy Award winning political satire starring Julia Louis-Dreyfuss, and season 2 of Silicon Valley, the latest comedy from the mind of Mike Judge are currently available to buy on Digital HD. Each series purchase comes with bonus features including outtakes, deleted scenes and more.

Veep-Season-4Veep was created by Oscar nominee, Armando Iannucci (In the Loop). The series began as a comical look at the life of the Selina Meyer (Louis-Dreyfuss) first female Vice President of the United States. Season 4 find Selina occupying the Oval Office, as she is now the sitting President. As she tries to navigate her new responsibilities, Selina and her crack(ed) staff must also run for reelection. The 10-episode 4th season of Veep is available now through Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, XBox, CinemaNow, Fios, Nook and Playstation.

Silicon Valley, Mike Judge’s latests work place comedy, is a sensation that features a silicon-valley-tv-series-hd-wallpaper-1-139769-1600x1200breakout performance by Thomas Middleditch. The actor stars Richard Hendricks, the CEO and inventor of an app called Pied Piper. In season 2,  Richard and his team, which includes Martin Starr, Kumail  Nanjiani and Zach Woods in hilarious performances, race to complete their app before monolithic Internet company Hooli can get Nucleus,  their similar product on the market. Silicon Valley is also available throughAmazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, XBox, CinemaNow, Fios, Nook and Playstation.

Popdose and HBO have digital codes for the complete season of each series available to one lucky reader. All you have to do is answer this ridiculously simple question.

On what Netflix comedy series did Tony Hale of Veep and Chris Diamantopoulos of Silicon Valley both appear?

Submit your answer to Mr. Malchus by Monday, August 3, 5:00 PM, ET. His email is One winner will be drawn at random and that person will be notified by email.

Good luck, and thanks for reading Popdose!

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Scott Malchus

Scott Malchus is a writer, filmmaker and die hard Cleveland Indians fan. His memoir, “Basement Songs,” is available in paperback and Kindle. He wrote and directed the film “King's Highway." His family is heavily involved in fund raising to find a cure for cystic fibrosis. Scott Malchus is an employee of Cartoon Network and Turner Broadcasting. The opinions expressed on Popdose are his own and do not reflect those of his employer. Email: Follow him @MrMalchus

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