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T.J. Miller as Erlich in Season 1 of "Silicon Valley" Photo Credit: HBO

Silicon Valley: New Poster for the Upcoming Series Strikes a Very Familiar Pose

Just yesterday we showed you a brand new trailer for the upcoming HBO series from Mike Judge entitled Silicon Valley. Today, HBO, via Entertainment Weekly, has followed up with a brand new poster that strikes an uncanny resemblance to another tech genius we all know.

In case you haven’t yet heard about this new series from the creative mind behind Beavis and Butt-Head and Office Space, here is a look at the official description of the show courtesy of HBO.

“In the high-tech gold rush of modern Silicon Valley, the people most qualified to succeed are the least capable of handling success. Mike Judge (“Office Space,” “Beavis & Butthead,” “King of the Hill”) brings his irreverent brand of humor to HBO in the new comedy series SILICON VALLEY. Partially inspired by Judge’s own experiences as a Silicon Valley engineer in the late ‘80s, the show kicks off its eight-episode season this April.”

The series tells the story of Richard, a young tech wiz who is played in the series by Thomas Middleditch, who lives with his best friend and two others under the watchful eye of Erlich, who is the billionaire who allows them to stay in his home rent-free in exchange for 10% stake in any projects they undertake.

Here is a look at the new poster for the upcoming HBO series Silicon Valley.

Promotional Poster for the HBO series "Silicon Valley." Photo Credit: HBO via Entertainment Weekly

Promotional Poster for the HBO series “Silicon Valley.”
Photo Credit: HBO via Entertainment Weekly

In addition to Middleditch, the series stars Josh Brener as Richard’s best friend Big Head, Martin Starr as Gilfoyle, Kumail Nanjiani as Dinesh, and T.J. Miller as Erlich.

Silicon Valley is scheduled to premiere on Sunday, April 6th at 10:30 p.m. on HBO.

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