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The verdict is in: HBO loves its new comedy “Girls” and has officially given a second season the green light. Lena Dunham‘s new venture as well as the Julia Louis-Dreyfus comedy “Veep” will get a 10-episode stint starting in early 2013.
“Veep,” a comedy about a neurotic Vice President, debuted with 1.4 million viewers—stronger than the “Girls” pilot episode which only garnered 872,000 eyes.
But the single ladies’ in New York comedy has faired well over its following two episodes and after last night’s third episode, we’re hooked.
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The show is finally finding its footing as a more realistic comedy about real young women. Though we agree with critics that the show is still lacking in diversity, we are invested in each of the four main characters.
Are you a fan of the show being touted as the “Sex and the City” of the new generation? Or is it too much “girl” too handle?
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