The rib cracking TV show, Curb Your Enthusiasm, which is produced by Robert B. Weide and stars Larry David, Jeff Garlin, Cheryl Hines, Wanda Sykes has been on our screens for a very long time.
Just last year, in December, viewers were promised a 10th season of the show, but we are yet to see it. However, just in the nick of time, HBO programming president Casey Bloys announced that Curb Your Enthusiasm, a show that recently received Emmy nominations for awards in the Best Comedy and Best Actors categories, will be back when “Larry David feels ready”.
While in an undisclosed location in Beverly Hills on Wednesday, Casey said, “It will return when he feels ready and tell us how it will come back.”
Casey Bloys revealed, though, that Larry David is working on the season.
Before the current season was aired, David took a while to alert HBO that he was ready for production of more episodes of the comedy TV show. Fans are therefore not new to this because there was a huge five year gap between seasons eight and nine. We do not expect this to be the case though, due to a comment made by actor J.B. Smoove, who played the role of Leon Black on the show. He told The Hollywood Reporter that, “Sometime this year we’ll be going back to work. I cannot wait.”
In other news, Casey Bloys revealed that Veep writers have begun working on season 7. It is set to premiere in the Spring. This Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s last season starring on the series.
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