By Lanford Beard
April 12, 2012 at 08:54 PM EDT
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EW has confirmed that HBO will offer free online access for a limited time to its two newest offerings, Girls and Veep. Girls, Lena Dunham’s well-received 20-somethings-in-Brooklyn series, hits, YouTube, DailyMotion,, and OnDemand channels on the Monday morning after the show’s April 15 premiere and will be available through May 14. The next Sunday, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Tony Hale bow in the political comedy Veep, which will be download for free on iTunes from April 23 to May 21 and stream on the same sites as Girls.

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