‘Veep’ Season 6 spoilers: HBO releases new deets on premiere episode ‘Omaha’

Veep” fans, get ready to see ex-President Selina Meyer “out of public office” when the popular comedy returns for Season 6 on Sunday, April 16. That’s just one of the many spoilers released today by HBO in advance of next month’s season premiere episode, titled “Omaha.” The political satire has won the Emmy Award for Best Comedy Series the past two years in a row, plus five consecutive trophies for series star Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Will all of the new story changes help it get elected again at the Emmys? Scroll down to see more “Veep” Season 6 spoilers from the first three episodes.

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Season 6, Episode 1
Sunday, April 16

One year after losing the presidency, Selina attempts to secure her legacy. Dan (Reid Scott) tries to ingratiate himself at his new job. Amy’s (Anna Chlumsky) brash D.C.-style personality proves too much for her new co-workers. Written by Lew Morton; directed by David Mandel.

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Season 6, Episode 2
Sunday, April 23

Selina attends the opening of President Hughes’ library. Jonah (Timothy Simons) gets advice on how to rise in the political ranks; Dan suffers through Jane’s (Margaret Colin) whims; Amy releases an attack ad. Written by Alex Gregory & Peter Huyck; directed by Craig Zisk.

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Season 6, Episode 3
Sunday, April 30

Selina helps monitor the first free and democratic election in Georgia – the country, not the state – and is reunited with an old “friend.” Meanwhile, Mike (Matt Walsh) and Gary (Tony Hale) hide evidence of a major mishap, and Jonah and Richard (Sam Richardson) have an eventful night out. Back in the U.S., Dan tries to help Amy. Written by Billy Kimball; directed by Becky Martin.

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