Silicon Valley hasn't determined if Season 6 will be its last
HBO programming president Casey Bloys admitted at the TV press tour Friday that there have been conversations about ending the show. "To be honest, what (the producers) want to do is get in the (writers) room, and see does it feel like the end, does it feel like there are stories worth telling beyond that," he said. "We are open to any version but, as we did with Veep, we put it to them and say, what do you think. They need to get in the room wit the writers and see what feels right.”
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