Mondays from April 24 at 8.30pm on The Comedy Channel
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From executive producers Mike Judge and Alec Berg comes a new season of Silicon Valley, the HBO comedy series that satires the big ideas and even bigger egos of U.S. tech mecca Silicon Valley. The HBO series returns to The Comedy Channel Mondays from April 24 at 8.30pm Express from the US only on Foxtel or stream instantly on Foxtel Play.
Richard Hendricks (Thomas Middleditch) and his team of socially awkward underdogs continue to claw their way toward tech fame and fortune, but in season four change is in the air. As the Pied Piper guys pursue their video-chat app, PiperChat, Richard has a hard time letting go of his dream to put his algorithm to better use. Dinesh (Kumail Nanjiani) flirts with notoriety while Gilfoyle (Martin Starr) looks on in amusement, Erlich (T.J. Miller) searches for his next big break, Jared (Zach Woods) attempts to pivot with the company, and Big Head (Josh Brener) enters the world of academia.
Over at Hooli, Gavin (Matt Ross) finds himself threatened by Jack Barker (Stephen Tobolowsky), while Monica (Amanda Crew) struggles to bounce back at Raviga after her fallout with Laurie (Suzanne Cryer).
Guests this season include Vanessa Marano (Switched at Birth) as a student encountered by Big Head; Tim Chiou (iZombie) as Ed Chen, Monica’s nemesis at Raviga; Phoebe Neidhardt (Notorious) as Mia, who takes an interest in Dinesh; Haley Joel Osment (Oscar® nominated for The Sixth Sense) as Silicon Valley’s new “it” kid; and many others.
Sharp, irreverent and hilarious, the 10-episode new season of Silicon Valley continues to lambast the self-important world of tech and finds the Pied Piper guys looking to leave their mark, even as they continue to fumble along the road to success.
Now in its fourth season, Silicon Valley has been lauded as one of the top comedy series on television by a host of critics, including Entertainment Weekly, Slate, Variety and IndieWire. The series has won three Critics’ Choice Television Awards, and has been nominated for two Golden Globe Awards and 22 Emmys®, including Outstanding Comedy Series three years in a row.
Silicon Valley is executively produced by Mike Judge (King of the Hill, Beavis and Butthead), Alec Berg (Curb Your Enthusiasm, HBO’s upcoming series Barry), Michael Rotenberg (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) and Tom Lassally (Stan Against Evil).
Silicon Valley airs on Monday April 24 at 8.30pm on The Comedy Channel and is available to watch on Foxtel or Foxtel’s streaming service, Foxtel Play. Following each broadcast, customers can watch Silicon Valley any time via Foxtel On Demand, which is available on internet connected iQ boxes, Foxtel Play or enjoyed on the move via Foxtel Go, Foxtel’s mobile app. Foxtel Go and Foxtel On Demand are included with all Foxtel and Foxtel play subscriptions at no extra cost.