HBO released Veep and Girls will free of charge in streaming!

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HBO released Veep and Girls will free of charge in streaming!

HBO released Veep and Girls free of charge in streaming! Broadcast announced on April 12, 2012 that it would share pilots for two of its most recent original comedy series, Girls and Veep, for free even to non-subscribers.

They will be available for viewing on, YouTube, DailyMotion, and various Free On Demand platforms. In addition, viewers will be able to download the Veep episode for free on iTunes. Unfortunately, this offer will only last from April 16 to May 14, 2012 for Girls and from April 23 to May 21 for Veep.

And, if you ultimately like the shows after watching the first few episodes, it looks like you'll need to sign up for HBO to keep watching them.


The series is created, performed and produced by Lena Dunham. Executive producers include Judd Apatow.

The first season was awarded the Golden Globe for Best Musical or Comedy Series. The series follows the stories of four friends who are trying to build a life after moving to New York. Hannah, her main character, is an aspiring writer in her twenties forced to re-discuss her aspirations after her parents decide to cut her support funds and she is accompanied by best friends Marnie, Jessa and Shoshanna.

. Hannah will discover how many mistakes she needs to make in order to survive in New York with ambitious projects. Girls officially debuted in the United States on April 15, 2012. From the following day, the first episode is made available online on the official HBO website and on YouTube.

The first three episodes premiered at South by Southwest on March 12, 2012.


Set in the office of Selina Meyer, fictional vice president of the United States of America, with the same realistic style, called cinéma-vérité, used in The Thick of It, the series follows the vice president and her disastrous staff as they recount their efforts to leave your mark on American politics, avoiding getting trapped in the political games that characterize the US government.

The series follows the personal and public life of Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), Vice President of the United States of America and, later, President. Her political party is not disclosed, however, in the Season 4 finale, it is suggested that she is a member of the Democratic Party.

A former senator for the state of Maryland, it is implied that Meyer ran for her party primary in 2012, losing them to Stuart Hughes. After the defeat, Meyer decides to join Hughes in the race for the presidency as Vice President candidate, winning the election and getting the office.