HBO’s “Silicon Valley” is about a lot of things: being an underdog, funding a business, succeeding in a competitive field. But it’s also about being a techie, and the way in which the world sometimes labels you a “nerd.” And as actor and comedian Thomas Middleditch points out, television and film have not always been kind when portraying nerds.
Click below for an extended cut of our conversation with Thomas Middleditch:
Silicon Valley premiered at last year’s SXSW Interactive conference, and is gearing up for a season 2 premiere on April 12th.
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