The app geniuses are back as HBO confirmed the Silicon Valley season 4 premiere date. Get to know the details of their upcoming return here.
According to the giant cable network, Silicon Valley season 4 will kick off this April. It will consist of 10 episodes like in the previous season, Entertainment Weekly noted.
When the new season of the HBO comedy series returns, Hooli king Gavin Belson (Matt Ross) will hate Richard’s (Thomas Middleditch) team even more. Pied Piper will have new owners in season 4 as well.
In season 3, Big Head (Josh Brenner) and Erlich (T.J. Miller) outbid Belson for Pied Piper. This made the two the new owners of the compression app.
The Silicon Valley season 4 premiere releases a week after the Veep season 6 debut. HBO has earlier confirmed that the Julia Louis-Dreyfus series will premiere on April 16.
Silicon Valley has nabbed several nominations in last year’s Emmy’s. Unfortunately, the show failed to win even a single category. The show took home two trophies in the 2015 Primetime Emmy Awards.
Quick Silicon Valley Season 3 Flashback
Hooli king Gavin Belson’s (Matt Ross) elephant died at the campus. Gavin’s assistant Patrice (Jill E. Alexander) opposed her boss’ decision to get rid of the corpse in secret, hence she got fired. Patrice reached out to tech blog Code/Rag to publish the story.
Elsewhere, Jared’s (Zach Woods) click farm scam operation had been discovered by Richard. Dinesh (Kumail Nanjiani) and Gilfoyle (Martin Starr) admitted to Richard that they know about it and they have produced a software to make the click farm operation untraceable.
Meanwhile, Erlich managed to attract a significant investment from capital venture firm Coleman Blair Partners. Jared encouraged Richard not to sign the deal because of Pied Piper’s fraudulent numbers.
Richard eventually revealed the truth about the click farm to Erlich and the Coleman Blair. The board terminated the deal. Erlich got furious as the whole valley will now know that Pied Piper has falsified its numbers and it will be harder for them to get new investors.
When Laurie put Pied Piper up for sale to the highest bidder, Gavin offered $1 million to buy the platform. He also bought Code/Rag for $2 million to hide the elephant story.
Big Head and Erlich owned half of Code/Rag through their partnership firm Bachmanity. They used the money they earned from the partnership to beat Gavin’s offer by just one dollar.
Fans don’t have to wait long for more of this valley drama. Mark your calendars for the Silicon Valley season 4 premiere on April 23 at 10 p.m. only in HBO.
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