Julia Louis-Dreyfus will reprise her role as Selina Meyer in “Veep” Season 7. HBO

HBO has decided to renew “Veep” for Season 7!

The network made the official renewal announcement via Twitter. The renewal didn’t come as a surprise since “Veep” has been one of HBO’s most popular primetime shows to date. The series, starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Selina Meyer, has won the Primetime Emmy award for outstanding comedy series for two years in a row. Prior to the show’s big win in 2015 and 2016, “Veep” was also nominated in the same category from 2012 to 2014.

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Lead star Louis-Dreyfus has also won five consecutive Primetime Emmy Awards, two SAG awards, two Critics’ Choice Television Awards and one TCA Award for her portrayal of Selina. “Veep’s” renewal came a month before it the series wraps up Season 6 on June 25.

Meanwhile, HBO just closed a one-year deal with all the original cast members of the show. According to Deadline, Louis-Dreyfus, Anna Chlumsky, Tony Hale, Reid Scott, Matt Walsh and Timothy Simons all inked new deals and will be getting hefty salary increases. The publication noted that Louis-Dreyfus, who also acts as executive producer for “Veep,” was the first cast member to sign a new contract.

Chlumsky, Scott, Walsh and Simons followed after the lead actress earlier this month, and Hale was the last one to finalize his deal. The main cast members’ contracts were all up at the end of Season 6, but secondary cast members Kevin Dunn, Gary Cole and Sam Richardson will not be inking new deals since their contracts are not yet up for renewal.

Chlumsky and Hale have both received four consecutive Emmy nominations for their roles as Amy and Gary, respectively. Hale won the category in 2013 and 2015, and Walsh was also nominated in the same category last year.

“Veep” follows the life of Selina, the former vice president of the United States, who also became president for a very short period of time. The series was created by Armando Iannucci and is being executive produced by David Mandel, Frank Rich, Louis-Dreyfus, Lew Morton and Morgan Sackett.