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Silicon Valley, HBO's comedic take on the often ridiculous world of startups is returning for its second season on April 12. But before we find out what's happening with Pied Piper, series stars Thomas Middleditch, Zach Woods, Martin Starr, and Kumail Nanjiani will be part of a Q&A at Twitch headquarters on April 8. After the Q&A, the actors will play a few video games and then viewers will be able to watch the pilot episode of the series. A first for the streaming service.

Landing the pilot episode isn't as exciting as getting the actual season two premier, but it's still a pretty big deal. Twitch is already venturing into streaming live music with the Ultra music festival last month and a 24-hour set from DJs Diplo and Deadmau5 in February. All of this serves as a reminder that the service is already more than just a place to watch video games.

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