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Silicon Valley final season: Watch Pied Piper, CEO testify before Congress!

Despite fitting a certain niche, Silicon Valley has been attempting to showcase an entrepreneurial lifestyle and communicate the ups and downs and some of the most common challenges startups encounter during its development journey that some might not understand and some might not care about.

HBO is scheduling one last season for Silicon Valley this fall. The seven-episode final season of the Emmy Award-winning comedy will premiere in October, the network announced. Silicon Valley season 6 has a release date – October 27.

The teaser for the forthcoming season of HBO’s tech startup satire promises to at least touch upon big names like Google and Amazon, even if it’s just for a scathing joke (what is Amazon, anyway?).

It might be time for those that haven’t seen every season to start binge-watching so they can catch up and possibly understand why things have come to a head like this and why the show was so special in the first place.

This has nothing to do with Mark Zuckerberg’s Senate hearing?

In what is clearly a long-joke aimed at Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. HBO shared a teaser trailer for the final season, where we see Richard Hendricks (Thomas Middleditch), the CEO of Pied Paper, flounder through a Zuckerberg-style Congressional committee hearing on the security of user data on his (Pied Piper) platform, while the rest of his company look on in trepidation.

By the looks of Silicon Valley Season 6 trailer, that conclusion is gonna’ revolve around the very relatable real-world worry over the “security of user’s data” within tech giants like Facebook, Google, and Amazon.

We wonder if Pied Piper, so of course CEO Richard Hendricks (Thomas Middleditch) will apologize like Mark Zuckerberg?

Worth mentioning that it’s not the first time for Pied Piper to make fun of Facebook.

On one of the episode of HBO’s “Silicon Valley,” the fictional startup Pied Piper get their own TV commercial, boldly and nonsensically declaring that “Sharing is Tables.”

Pied Piper “Tables Commercial” was created as a parody of a silly Facebook old commercial from 2012, the social network’s first, which declared that “chairs are like Facebook.” Check it out:

Facebook couldn’t resist responding back at “Silicon Valley.” When the official “Silicon Valley” Facebook page posted the “Sharing is Tables” ad, a verified account belonging to Facebook decided to chime in with a comment, saying that Pied Piper is actually more like a chandelier.

As Facebook responded with a joke of its own, it seems like some people in the real Silicon Valley are watching the fictional Silicon Valley!

Everything We Know about Silicon Valley Season 6

Ending months of speculation, HBO has confirmed that the upcoming sixth season of comedy series Silicon Valley will be its last. Currently in pre-production, Season 6 will consist of seven episodes and premiere later this year.

The coming season has already been reportedly shortened by a few episodes so it won’t last quite long. Instead of a traditional 10 episodes, Silicon Valley season 6 will only have seven episodes.

Needless to say a lot of people are going to be likely to express their desire to see a different ending, or an episode depicted in a different way, as it’s become pretty normal for this to happen just like what happened for Game of Thrones (GOT) season 8 finale.

Your hopes for Silicon Valley’s final season? Drop it in a comment below.

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