SILICON VALLEY FINAL SEASON TV REVIEW
Everything has to come to an end at some point, and our favorite band of techie misfits is back for one last seven-episode season in Silicon Valley. Picking up from the last season, we follow Richard (Thomas Middleditch) and the gang as Richard speaks before Congress to pitch his idea for a brand new internet free of data mining. Unfortunately, his comments bite too many of the hands that feed and cause the team to once again go into damage control to save their company. Sounds like a pretty standard Silicon Valley plotline, right? Well, Justin is serving the role of the Congress in this review as Nathan and Daniel ‘Dogget’ explain to him whether this final season truly paid off in dividends or if this whole show was a sunk cost.
DIRECTED BY: Mike Judge, Liza Johnson, Pete Chatmon, Matt Ross, Alec Berg
STARRING: Thomas Middleditch, Josh Brener, Martin Starr, Kumail Nanjiani, Amanda Crew, Zach Woods, Matt Ross, Suzanne Cryer, Jimmy O. Yang, Chris Diamantopoulos, Chris Williams, Bernard White, Arturo Castro, Ben Feldman, Helen Hong
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