Let freedom sting! After 7 seasons and countless inventive insults, #Veep has reached its term limit. We’re preparing to say goodbye to the artfully nasty political comedy with 12 special covers and a report from set: https://t.co/lzZi2rK4P2 Story by @DanSnierson pic.twitter.com/hcvpcFy0CV— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) March 21, 2019
- HBO's political comedy Veep is ending its run this year, and to celebrate, Entertainment Weekly gave the show twelve covers.
- In summer 2017, showrunner-director David Mandel started plotting out the seventh season, and though most of the cast expected the show would run for eight seasons, he came to the conclusion with Julia-Louis Dreyfus that the show had reached a natural end. “It gets to a point of, ‘Have we already called Jonah ‘Godzilla’s taint?’ ‘
- Louis-Dreyfus had a biopsy two days before the 2017 Emmys, and was diagnosed with breast cancer the day after. Filming for the last season was put on hold, and the show stayed on hiatus until Louis-Dreyfus was healthy.
- Louis-Dreyfus calls it the perfect bookend to the series.
The rest of the covers.
Watch Veep stars say emotional, funny goodbyes to their characters https://t.co/QUZDotouyO— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) March 22, 2019
The stars of Veep say goodbyes to their characters.
These covers are so great I can’t decide which is my favorite that’s not true I can it’s mine. https://t.co/RlyuPrPiPK— Clea DuVall (@cleaduvall) March 21, 2019
Oh my God we’re on the cover of frickin @entertainmentweekly! This is so crazytown. Thanks to sweet @dansnierson for embedding himself into the @veephbo production insanity and writing a wonderful piece about our last season. pic.twitter.com/qwOw4xUwVb— matt walsh (@mrmattwalsh) March 21, 2019
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