'Veep' Season 6 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: First Trailer Revealed; Most Of The Original Characters Back

By Carrie Winters - 15 Mar '17 08:47AM
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  • (Photo : John Sciulli/Getty Images for TNT) “Veep” Season 6 recently revealed its first trailer. It shows of the life of Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) as ex-President. She is set to find her place in the limelight after her term.

"Veep" Season 6 recently revealed its first trailer. It shows the life of Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) as ex-President. She is set to find her place in the limelight after her term.

It can be recalled that the last episode of "Veep" Season 5 concluded with the Senate bringing the presidential crisis to an end. Selina has been out of the White House and that left also her workers to seek other ventures on their own.

For "Veep" Season 6, Selina will be the ex-President but will still struggle to be in the limelight. She will have to find a place for her now that she is out of the White House. There will still be issues that she will face similar to the ones when she was still president.

The first trailer for Veep Season 6 shows almost all of the characters from the series. This shows fans that the upcoming season still has the same language as the previous one. There also will be challenges to each of the characters as the show moves along in the next season.

"Veep" Season 6 is also hinted that it will explore more on Selina's reaction to losing the presidency over a woman. In the upcoming season, it will be Laura Montez (Andrea Savage) that will be the president. It seems that Selina will be challenged in the upcoming season as the character does not know well how to deal with loss.

Meanwhile, "Veep" first aired in April 2012. It was created as an adaptation of a British sitcom titled "The Thick of It." The series is now on its sixth season with Selina's character taking on a new role. There will be so much to take now that she is out of work as president.

Showrunner David Mandel shared that "Veep" Season 6 will not focus on President Donald Trump. He noted though that there may be occasional jokes about the current president but not too much. The series is set to air on April 16.

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