Silicon Valley season 2←Silicon Valley season 1 Silicon Valley season 3→
Air weekdate:Sunday Cast:Thomas Middleditch, T.J. Miller, Martin Starr, Kumail Nanjiani, Matt Ross, Amanda Crew, Christopher Evan Welch, Josh Brener, Alice Wetterlund, Chris Diamantopoulos Genre:Comedy Channel:HBO Status:Continuing
The first season has finished with the sudden success of Pied Piper. And now Erlich indeed gets his own 10 % and is a board member of this multi-platform technology. Nonetheless the problems and clashes pursuing our protagonists in the season one still prevail in life of the whole crew in the season two starting with handmade butter and ending with Ehrlichâ€™s conditioner. Even with the additional funding our heroes continue being themselves: Erlich is still going on to offend others, and all in all the crew still maintains the plainly cranky status of outsider, the members of which continue energy drink tippling, cheese-ball eating, odd way of dressing and so on endlessly. The stakes are much higher, but the individualities remain to be the same, which promises to be very spectacular as usual for the Silicon Valley viewers. The Nucleus mega-corporation intends to beat this small start-up in the framework of which a compression algorithm of game changing was elaborated. Nevertheless the fresh funds apply even more screws upon Pied Piper to acquit themselves to their promise.
Silicon Valley season 2 episodes list:
Following their success at TechCrunch Disrupt, the guys of Pied Piper find themselves aggressively courted by every VC in Silicon Valley. With Peter Gregory’s company facing major changes, Monica tries to do what’s best while dealing with new managing partner Laurie, a competitive bigwig who will do anything to hold onto Pied Piper. Later, Richard makes a decision about the company’s future and faces big news from Hooli.
In the wake of Hooli’s bombshell, Richard and the guys struggle to find a backer as they face legal and financial woes. Monica attempts to balance her interest in Pied Piper with her job. A cash-strapped Dinesh tries to put an end to the Kickstarter campaign for his cousin’s new app, Bro. Richard gets a surprising offer.
While considering Gavin’s proposal, Richard is approached by Russ Hanneman, an image-conscious billionaire who wants to back Pied Piper, but may not be as “hands-off” as he claims. Gilfoyle and Dinesh play hardball to get what they want; Gavin finds a new strategy in dealing with the enemy.
Richard butts heads with Erlich over a prospective hire, while Dinesh and Gilfoyle become suspicious that a new employee they recommended is commanding a higher salary. Big Head gets a surprising promotion at Hooli. At a board meeting, Monica and Richard find themselves outvoted; Jared institutes a workplace harassment policy.
Gavin’s interference causes Pied Piper to struggle with securing their expansion, while a nosy neighbor puts the guys at risk. Gilfoyle takes on the task of building servers, and an overstressed Richard reluctantly takes in Jared as a roommate. Big Head’s management skills are questioned, and Nucleus’ debut zeroes in on a big event.
When Monica encourages the guys to pounce on a livestream opportunity, Erlich reconnects with his old mentee, Double-A, an energy drink billionaire, but Richard finds out their friendship isn’t quite what Erlich thinks. After learning that the livestream might hit a snag, Gilfoyle and Dinesh brainstorm their options. Jared encourages a friendship between Carla and Monica.
With the Pied Piper team fielding job offers and Russ distracted by financial news, Richard faces the prospect of either merging with a nemesis or folding. Gavin attempts to turn Nucleus’ failure into a success. Dinesh tries his hand at wooing a woman online. After Gilfoyle suggests a risky move, Richard reaches out to an unconventional client.
When Richard takes pity on a competitor, he accidentally sparks a feud that finds him paranoid about security. Jared exaggerates Pied Piper’s size to get results. Facing pressure from board members, Gavin looks to place responsibility elsewhere.
When Pied Piper and Hooli enter binding arbitration, Erlich demands to be put on the stand. Big Head finds himself propped up. Richard worries Hooli’s claim could have legs.
As the guys await the verdict on Pied Piper’s fate, an unexpected real-life drama draws a spike in traffic to their livestream and leaves them fighting to hold things together – literally. While Erlich considers his future, Richard scrambles to save Pied Piper’s.