As if losing “Veep” to Los Angeles wasn’t already tough enough, the series reached a new high in Sunday’s Emmy telecast winning for outstanding comedy series.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, the most Emmy-honored actress in television, also won again for best comedic actress for her performance as Selina Meyer.
Tony* Hale won another Emmy, too, for his work as a supporting actor in the series.
And in an award that couldn’t be more deserved, the series won for best comedic writing.
Creator Armando Iannucci’s fearless sense of satire has elevated this series into a cultural space no other satire on TV comes close to...