The 'Fleabag' star edged out Julia Louis-Dreyfus in what would have been a history-making win for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.
Louis-Dreyfus' “Seinfeld” character helped popularize the phrase, and she thinks there's a reason the Democratic candidate used it.
“I would argue, if anybody is Trump, Selina is Trump."
The HBO show is "more extreme" than ever before, she said.
"For me, ‘politically correct’ means, you know, be a human being, be mindful of being kind," the “Veep” star told Vogue.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus still had tears to shed as she bid farewell to “Veep” at the premiere of the show’s final season.
The actress was dead serious when talking to Variety on the "Veep" red carpet and people loved it.
The red carpet premiere for the HBO' show's season was bittersweet.
The "Veep" star and supporter of Christine Blasey Ford clarified for Time that her “default position is to believe victims.”
The final season of the increasingly realistic political satire premieres in March.
Though America has yet to have a woman as president, we've seen roughly 30 fictional female presidents in the Oval Office.
The "Veep" star said she had kept silent "out of reverence" for her sibling.
The stars can't stop, won't stop showing off their "I Voted" stickers.
She points to the Pittsburgh synagogue slaughter in a plea for citizens to “vote for unity.”
The actress went to school with Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault.
"I think people liked the fact that I had a sense of humor about it," the actress told Jimmy Kimmel.
“The idea of not being covered when you’re in a crisis ... is an unconscionable thing to me,” said the “Veep” star, who was diagnosed with cancer a year ago.
The "Veep" actress is back to work and baring her soul in a new interview.
Celebrities teamed up with the ACLU for a video titled "My Name Is Mirian."