HBO’s comedy seriesVeepwill end its run after its upcoming season, the network said Wednesday.
The series, which stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus as politician Selina Meyer, will air its seventh and final season most likely in 2018, although the network has not set a launch date.
The series has racked up 12 Emmy Awards over its run on HBO, including five straight wins in the Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series category for Dreyfus.
This yearVeepis nominated for17 primetime Emmy Awards.
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