After only three episodes have aired, HBO has announced plans for a second season of Mike Judge's techie-thwacking comedy Silicon Valley.

According to Variety, the show drew in just shy of 2 million viewers when it premiered earlier this month, and has been doing more than 1.6 million viewers in the next two episodes. (For comparison, the biggest Game of Thrones audience measured 6.64 million viewers and the excellent Veep opened their third season on HBO with 955,000.)

Looking, HBO's other Bay Area-set half hour of premium television, was also renewed for a second season earlier this year. Despite a slow start in the ratings, HBO was pleased with the "cultural conversation" that popped up around the show about single 30-something gay men. Shooting for that show's second season should hit the streets of San Francisco sometime in the Fall, so be on the lookout for casting calls, fashionable gays.

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