‘Veep’ Season 7 April Episodes Guide: Plot Details and Air Dates

Veep Season 7 Episodes
Tony Hale, Sam Richardson, Reid Scott, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Gary Cole in ‘VEEP’ season 7 episode 1 (Photo: Colleen Hayes/HBO)

Here you go, Veep fans. HBO’s just released details on the upcoming April 2019 episodes of the critically acclaimed award-winning series. The seventh and final season is a shortened season made up of just of seven episodes, but showrunner/executive producer David Mandel promises those episodes will be crammed with content.

Series star Julia-Louis Dreyfus returns as Selina Meyer, Tony Hale returns as Gary, and Anna Chlumsky’s back as Amy. Matt Walsh is Mike, Reid Scott is Dan, Timothy C. Simons is Jonah Ryan, Kevin Dunn returns as Ben, Gary Cole is Kent, Sam Richardson is Richard, and Sarah Sutherland reprises her role as Selina’s daughter, Catherine.

The Emmy Award-winning series was created by Armando Iannucci. David Mandel, Frank Rich, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Lew Morton, Morgan Sackett, Alex Gregory and Peter Huyck serve as executive producers on season seven.

Veep Season 7 April 2019 Episodes:

  • Season 7, episode 2: “Discovery Weekend”
    Debut date: SUNDAY, APRIL 7 (10:30-11:00 p.m. ET/PT)
    At an Aspen retreat for rich donors, Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) deals with potential adversaries and allies. Amy’s (Anna Chlumsky) behavior raises Gary’s (Tony Hale) suspicions.
    Written by Billy Kimball & Eric Kenward; directed by Dale Stern.
  • Season 7, episode 3: “Pledge”
    Debut date: SUNDAY, APRIL 14 (10:30-11:00 p.m.)
    In the run-up to the first debate, Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) makes a novel campaign proposal. Comments by Jonah (Timothy C. Simons) create blowback. Dan (Reid Scott) and Amy (Anna Chlumsky) take a road trip.
    Written by Rachel Axler; directed by Morgan Sackett.
  • Season 7, episode 4: “South Carolina”
    Debut date: SUNDAY, APRIL 21 (10:30-11:00 p.m.)
    Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) and team head to South Carolina, where she seeks an endorsement from a key leader. Gary (Tony Hale) gets a long-awaited promotion, while Marjorie (Clea DuVall) excels in her new role.
    Written by Alex Gregory & Peter Huyck; directed by Beth McCarthy-Miller.