HBO has renewed its fledgling series' Girls and Veep. The network has given each show the green light for second seasons, with ten episodes apiece. Since their respective premieres this past month, the shows have provoked a lot of critical attention, though not all of it positive. With its controversial story lines and realistic sex scenes, Lena Dunham's Girls has put itself at the epicenter of racial and gender debates on television, which possibly contributed to its second season pickup. The political satire led by Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep, on the other hand, has enjoyed generally positive, though less explosive, feedback since its first episode two weeks ago. Have you been tuning in to either of these shows?