Good news for Mike Judge fans. The writer-director's new HBO series "Silicon Valley" has been renewed for a second season. HBO announced the renewal on Monday, along with the fourth-season renewal of its
Both comedies, which air after HBO's massive hit
The series has aired three episodes of its eight-episode first season. Though fans will be thrilled to continue to follow the tech world satire starring Thomas Middleditch and
"Veep" has also started to rake in the awards, picking up two Emmys last year for Louis-Dreyfus and
Both shows have remained consistent in the ratings, with "Silicon Valley" losing only a fraction of the nearly 2 million viewers it had for the premiere and "Veep" holding steady at just under a million viewers per episode.
The comedy renewals come on the heels of HBO picking up "Game of Thrones" for two more seasons, the first time the channel has renewed a series for more than one season at a time.