Julia Louis-Dreyfus mentioned she is “deeply thankful” to go back to the set of “Veep,” lower than a yr than a yr after announcing she had breast cancer.

The 57-year-old actress shared an emotional Instagram video of her thanking the show’s cast and crew before cameras rolled on the seventh and final season of the HBO comedy. 

“I really appreciate everyone coming back and working it out to come back,” she said. “Thank you very much, love you guys.”

After blowing a kiss to her coworkers, Louis-Dreyfus triumphantly raised her arms in the air: “Season 7!”

The “Seinfeld” alum shared her breast cancer diagnosis with the world in September, just days after winning her sixth consecutive Emmy for her role as Selina Meyer on “Veep.” 

“One in 8 women get breast cancer. Today, I’m the one,” she said. 

With support of her “caring family and friends” and her “fantastic insurance,” Louis-Dreyfus underwent chemotherapy, while production of the show was put on hold.

In February, she shared her progress: “Nice docs, nice effects, feeling glad and in a position to rock after surgical procedure.”

The HBO comedy formally started manufacturing on Wednesday. Within the spirit of her persona, Louis-Dreyfus posted an Instagram video of her shaving off Tony Hale’s “terrible” mustache: “We’re eliminating this. I imply, it doesn’t paintings.”

The hit HBO display will go back in 2019.

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