It’s official – er, officially possible. Seinfeld has long been seen as the holy grail of potential TV revivals, and its star and co-creator finally concedes that Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer may join the ranks of iconic TV shows brought back for an encore.
The wait for Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 10 will be prett-ay, prett-ay, prett-ay short. Despite taking six years between Seasons 8 and 9, Larry David and HBO officially confirm that the series will return for a tenth season in the immediate future.
Now that David Pumpkins’ animated Halloween special is behind us, SNL is looking forward to November. Two more hosts have joined the coming weeks alongside Larry David, including a Girls Trip favorite, a promotion for Chance The Rapper and more.
Larry David has carte blanche at HBO for as much Curb Your Enthusiasm as he sees fit, but might we have to wait another six years? Evidently not, as David reveals he’ll soon start working toward a tenth season, while Season 9 is even bigger than we thought.
Step aside, Defenders. There’s a new hero in town to save the day, if he’s feeling up to it. Larry David becomes the hero we deserve, and the one we need, as a new Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 9 teaser and poster shines into the night sky.
Game of Thrones may have kept “Eastwatch” mostly under wraps, but other high-profile HBO releases are still under siege. Not only have hackers released new Curb Your Enthusiasm episodes, but also current comedies and some upcoming debuts.
Oh, that wily J.B. Smoove, always giving away something. The Curb Your Enthusiasm star previously teased an October premiere for the long-awaited ninth season, and HBO now confirms with a first teaser and poster.
HBO knows to step back and let Larry David do his thing when it comes to Curb Your Enthusiasm, but we’ll need a premiere date eventually. Well, Leon himself may have given us the scoop, as reports say J.B. Smoove announced a fall return.
Seinfeld was no stranger to discarded episodes, but at least a few ideas were probably better off on the scrap heap. Writer-producers David Mandel and Jeff Schaffer reveal a few Seinfeld concepts that never made it past the writers room, including skeletons, a trip to Mexico, and a pretty literal tw…
HBO has a lot to look forward to in 2017, including the returns of both Game of Thrones and Curb Your Enthusiasm, but if British men shouting is your thing, they’ve got you covered too. Welcome back John Oliver for 2017, as HBO goes all-out with the hits to promote Last Week Tonight Season 4.