HBO’s ‘Silicon Valley’ starts up season four with fresh comedy

Following the overwhelmingly positive reception of the series’ third season, HBO’s Emmy Award-winning tech comedy “Silicon Valley” returns with more characteristically sharp humor and unexpected twists in its highly anticipated fourth season.

Season four picks up in the aftermath of the click farm scandal that not only demolished the interest surrounding Pied Piper that Richard (Thomas Middleditch) was able to drum up amongst a slew of sharp-toothed Valley venture capitalists, but also resulted in the unexpected buyout of Pied Piper by the company’s own Erlich (T.J. Miller) and Big Head (Josh Brener).

As the direction of the company’s development shifts to the video-chat app and brainchild of Dinesh (Kumail Nanjiani) known as PiperChat, Richard reevaluates his passion for the guys’ current work. But soul-searching quickly escalates to Richard’s decision to leave Dinesh, Erlich, Big Head, Gilfoyle (Martin Starr) and Jared (Zach Woods), while he instead pursues his dream project of creating a “New Internet” using his original infamous compression algorithm.   

What results is a series of hilarious conflicts and team endeavors amongst Richard and the rest of the Pied Piper crew as they attempt to develop their projects and secure their assets under the same roof at Elrich’s incubator, while simultaneously escaping the comical wrath of their longtime rival, Hooli CEO Gavin Belson (Matt Ross).

With witty humor infused into practically every scene and instance of dialogue, “Silicon Valley” once…

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