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Where to watch Veep: Stream every season online

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Veep is a no-holds-barred satirical look at the ugly and the hilarious power struggles of American politics. Find out where to watch Veep where you are with our guide.

How to watch Veep online

Air dates: 2012-2019 

Total seasons: 7 (65 episodes) 

Creators: Armando Iannucci 

Selected cast: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Anna Chlumsky, Tony Hale, Matt Walsh, Reid Scott 

Streaming options: HBO Max (US) (opens in new tab) | Crave (CA) (opens in new tab) | Binge (AUS) (opens in new tab)

The comedic show follows fictional U.S. Vice President Selina Meyer and her team, including Chief of Staff Amy Brookheimer, Director of Communications Mike McLintock, and Selina’s “bag man” and personal assistant, Gary Walsh. Together, the group tries to scrape together some power and influence for their boss in the cynical world of Washington, D.C.

 Veep was a hit among critics and an awards darling, winning 17 Primetime Emmy awards over the course of its seven-season run on HBO. That includes an impressive six consecutive awards for Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Vice President Selina Meyer. 

Viewers and critics alike praised the show’s dark political satire, its talented comedic actors, and its famous one-liners. If you’re looking for creative new insults, Veep is certain to provide plenty of inspiration.

In this article, we discuss how to watch Veep in the US, the UK, Australia, and Canada, and we also recommend other shows currently available for streaming on HBO Max.  

How to watch Veep online in the US 

Since Veep began as an HBO Original Series, HBO Max (opens in new tab) has the streaming rights to Veep in the US. 

A HBO Max subscription (opens in new tab) gets you access to thousands of hit shows and movies. Veep fans will be sure to love Succession, another darkly satirical show. You can also watch award-winning shows like Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and Generation, as well as hit movies like Detective Pikachu and Pitch Perfect.

HBO Max is available to stream on web browsers right from your computer or on all major streaming platforms, such as Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Playstation 4, Xbox One, and iOS/Android smartphones and tablets.

If you have an HBO subscription linked to your Amazon Prime account, you can also stream all seven seasons of Veep on Amazon Prime Video (opens in new tab). You can purchase Veep for VOD streaming on iTunes, Google Play, Vudu, Amazon, or FandangoNow. 

How to watch Veep online: stream seasons 1-7 in the UK

Unfortunately, Veep is currently not available to stream for free in the UK, so if you want to watch the show, you’ll have to purchase seasons or episodes. 

You can purchase all seven seasons of Veep for on-demand streaming in the UK from Amazon (opens in new tab) from £6.99 a season, iTunes, and Google Play. Veep is also available to purchase from Chili or Sky (opens in new tab)Store, either by the season or by the episode.

How to stream Veep and watch every season online in Canada

In Canada, all seven seasons of Veep are available to watch online with Crave (opens in new tab). While Crave does not offer a free trial, every now and then you can benefit from savings on your subscription.

If VOD streaming is more your speed, Canadians also have the option to purchase Veep by the season or the episode. All seven seasons of Veep are available for purchase in the iTunes or Google Play store.

How to watch Veep: stream every season online in Australia

All seven seasons of Veep are available to stream online in Australia on Binge (opens in new tab). This service offers new users a 14-day free trial, so you can easily give it a try. Veep is also available for streaming on Foxtel Now in Australia, which offers a 10-day free trial to new users.

For users without Binge or Foxtel Now, all episodes of Veep are available to purchase by the season or by the episode from iTunes, Google Play, and Microsoft. Veep is also available to buy from Telstra TV and Fetch. 

Sarah James is a freelance video game writer with bylines at PC Gamer, TechRadar, Official PlayStation Magazine, PCGamesN, Kotaku UK, RockPaperShotgun, GamesRadar, Red Bull Gaming, GAMINGbible, and more.