All eight episodes from the first season of the HBO sitcom set in Silicon Valley. The series follows computer programmer Richard Hendriks (Thomas Middleditch) as he forms his own startup company after receiving investment from venture capitalist Peter Gregory (Christopher Evan Welch), who is impressed by Richard's data compression algorithm used in his Pied Piper music app. Meanwhile, after Richard declines rival company Hooli's offer to buyout the app for millions of dollars they reverse engineer the algorithm and create their own product. Richard and his team race against time to complete their project in order to present at TechCrunch Disrupt, where Hooli CEO Gavin Belson (Matt Ross) is also due to appear. When the Hooli product turns out to be superior to Pied Piper Richard spends the night trying to improve the compression engine. Will he succeed in time? The episodes are: 'Minimum Viable Product', 'The Cap Table', 'Articles of Incorporation', 'Ficuciary Duties', 'Signaling Risk', 'Third Party Insourcing', 'Proof of Concept' and 'Optimal Tip-to-Tip Efficiency'.
All ten episodes from the second season of the HBO sitcom set in Silicon Valley. In this season, after the death of investor Peter, Elrich Bachman (T.J. Miller) and Richard Hendriks (Thomas Middleditch) decide to pitch their Pied Piper music app to venture capitalists. Oddly, they find that being polite doesn't pay off and they seem to generate more interest when they are rude and aloof. When Pied Piper faces a lawsuit from Hooli over theft of intellectual property, Laurie Bream (Suzanne Cryer), Peter's equally eccentric replacement, chooses to drop Hendrik's app from the company portfolio, leaving him scrabbling for investment. The episodes are: 'Sand Hill Shuffle', 'Runaway Devaluation', 'Bad Money', 'The Lady', 'Server Space', 'Homicide', 'Adult Content', 'White Hat/Black Hat', 'Binding Arbitration' and 'Two Days of the Condor'.