‘Silicon Valley’ Season 6 Production Delayed As Speculation Mounts About Series Ending

Fans will be waiting a little longer than usual for the next season of “Silicon Valley”.

According to TVLine, HBO is delaying production on Season 6 of the tech comedy to summer 2019, with its airdate likely being pushed into 2020.

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Confirming the news, a rep for HBO told TVLine, “As [creator Alex Berg] is a showrunner on both ‘Barry’ and ‘Silicon Valley’, the schedule was structured to allow Alec to wrap on ‘Barry’ before starting work on ‘Silicon Valley’.”

Meanwhile, the site also reports on speculation that the coming sixth season may in fact be the show’s last.

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“I can’t say we have [a specific end date] in mind, but we definitely for the first time are starting to talk about, “How long do you think this will  continue…?” Berg said in an interview after Season 4. “There is no definitive plan [to conclude the series], but we’re starting to think that maybe there are less shows left than there are in the can.”

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