Larry David returning with more 'Curb Your Enthusiasm'

HBO confirmed as much this morning, with the joyous news that Larry David is back and ready to go.

The Seinfeld co-creator has long sat on the fence about returning to the format, but today said: 'In the immortal words of Julius Caesar, "I left, I did nothing, I returned"'.

The Emmy Award-winning comedy series stars Larry David, who plays a fictionalized version of himself. It only took five years, but new episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm are on the way!

"I call Larry every two weeks and I check on him because he's old", Smoove said.

Larry's really picked his moment: Lombardo stepped down as programming president last month. Considering the fact that there are no details to share, it's probably smart to assume the season won't be hitting the airwaves until Q1 2017 at the earliest.

Until then, watch a compilation of Susie Essman losing her temper with Larry. Last week, JB Smoove was on The Rich Eisen Show and told the audience that Larry David was in the works of the ninth season of Curb Your Enthusiasm.

Curb, the show loosely based on how David wishes he could act in real life, is technically HBO's longest running show, running eight seasons from 2000 to 2011.

It is hard for any TV critic to curb his or her enthusiasm about HBO's announcement Tuesday afternoon that Larry David has chose to do another season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm".

Later that year, the "Seinfeld" cocreator was pessimistic about season 9.

The Cubs manager is already working on his lines after being assured a cameo role on "Curb Your Enthusiasm".



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