Saturday, June 16, 2018

Silicon Valley Season 5 #Review #Giveaway

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Available for Digital Download June 11th

Change is afoot for Richard Hendricks and the rest of the Pied Piper gang as they bring in new staff, new digs, and new anxieties, while precariously teetering on the brink of success in Silicon Valley®: Season 5, available for Digital Download on June 11th. The latest release in this Emmy® Award-winning series includes eight, 30-minute episodes and explores new dynamics for the core cast, in a season that is “tighter and better than ever” (The Week).

Nominated for more than 30 Emmy® Awards and two Golden Globes, Silicon Valley enters its fifth season with Pied Piper on an upswing as the platform’s new peer-to-peer internet garnering buzz and looking poised to make a splash. However, leadership challenges, new faces in a new office, and the looming rivalry with Hooli CEO Gavin Belson threaten to shake Richard’s confidence.

Returning series regulars include Emmy®-nominee Thomas Middleditch as Richard Hendricks (Joshy, Godzilla King of Monsters), Zach Woods as Jared (“The Office,” The Post), Kumail Nanjiani as Dinesh (The Big Sick), Martin Starr as Gilfoyle (“Freaks and Geeks,” “Party Down”), Josh Brener as ‘Big Head’ (“Maron,” “Highly Gifted”), Amanda Crew as Monica Hall (Table 19, American Murderer), Matt Ross as Gavin Belson (“Big Love,” “American Horror Story”), Jimmy O. Yang as Jian Yang (upcoming Crazy Rich Asians) and Suzanne Cryer as Laurie Bream (The Fosters).


OK you all know by now that comedy shows are movies are not something I watch often because I am super picky when it comes to the genre. 

At first, when I started watching Silicon Valley I really wasn't into it and actually thought it was a stupid show but it grew on me.  Sometimes you just have to start from the very beginning and just keep watching a few episodes of some shows for them to actually grow on you. 

This season wasn't one of my favourite but it was good enough to keep me watching until the very end.  The season finale could have been a satisfying series finale but I won't spoil it for you in case you didn't watch it yet.  Lucky enough the show has been renewed for a sixth season and I am glad.

I am giving Silicon Valley a 4 out of 5.  


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