Julia Louis-Dreyfus 'So Grateful' to Be Shooting 'Veep' Season 7 Following Cancer Treatment
After taking some time off for health reasons, Julia Louis-Dreyfus is back in business.
The "Veep" star was diagnosed with breast cancer in September, prompting HBO to put its seventh and final season temporarily on hold. Now that Louis-Dreyfus has undergone treatment, she is ready to return to work.
To commemorate the first shot of "Veep" Season 7, Louis-Dreyfus tweeted out a video of her thanking her co-workers, along with a message about how good it is to be back.
"So deeply grateful to be back together with all these superb people," she wrote in part.
Louis-Dreyfus and her colleagues are currently working on the final season of the show. The end of the show was announced in early September, prior to Louis-Dreyfus's cancer diagnosis. At the time, she told THR that they wanted to make sure they didn't get repetitive or "wear out [their] welcome."
They certainly haven't. We look forward to having one more season to say goodbye to Selina Meyer and the rest of the "Veep" gang.