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Mike Judge, Creator of 'Silicon Valley,' Explains Why the Show Is Ending


Silicon Valley was Mike Judge's first live-action series he created (King of the Hill, Beavis and Butthead) and it's proven to be hugely successful. His hilarious take on the tech startup industry and all of the wild characters that inhabit it is nothing short of wonderful. So when it was announced that the series would be officially done at he end of its sixth season, a lot of fans wanted to know why.

Why is Silicon Valley ending? Fans are sad to see it go.

There were several rumors about the show's eventual curtain call that started before the premiere of Season 5, when it was announced that Erlich, played by TJ Miller, wouldn't be returning for the show's fifth season, which befuddled fans. What's even more puzzling is that his departure from the program was written in an almost off-the-cuff way. Erlich, after visiting an opium den in Tibet, gets so stoned he can barely act like a human being.