‘Silicon Valley’ Season 4 Trailer Drops; Series Resumes on April 23

Mar 30, 2017 07:00 AM EDT | Yen Palec

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Barely a month before the official premiere of "Silicon Valley" Season 4, HBO dropped the series' official trailer along with a matching poster. The fourth season of the widely acclaimed comedy series will drop on April 23.

Geeks and fans of "Silicon Valley" have reasons to celebrate early as the trailer for the series' season 4 is already available. The trailer gave viewers a sneak peak of what to expect with the tech savvy and hilarious nerds that made up the Pied Piper, the greatest startup you probably have never heard of, in the upcoming season.

The trailer revealed that Richard Hendricks, the genius behind the compression algorithm that propelled Pied Piper to glory, is quitting his own startup. Hendricks is planning to "build a new Internet," according to Uproxx.

As usual, the trailer highlights some scathing satirical points of view of the characters. Much of the trailer shows Hendricks freaking out. There is also Elrich Bachman, in his truest form, explaining what "mansplaining" is to two women. According to Business Insider, Elrich also appears to sport a rather peculiar facial hair. Dinesh and Guilfoyle also had a funny scene in which they are both wearing matching pajamas which they deemed as "rad."

"Silicon Valley" is a comedy series from HBO. The series focuses on the lives of six men who are working on a startup tech company called Pied Piper. Much of the series discussed the group's ups and downs in their effort to find funding for their project, facing legal hurdles from competitors, and charting a fine line between reaching their ambitions and doing the right thing.

"Silicon Valley" Season 4 will premiere on April 23. Just like the previous two seasons, the fourth one will have 10 episodes. Check out the trailer below.

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