HBO orders another round of the acclaimed comedy.
June 30, 2020
HBO announced today that Curb Your Enthusiasm has been picked up for an 11th season. The good news comes three months following the conclusion of Season 10, which saw the veteran comedy reach the 100-episode milestone.
The Larry David-created series premiered in 2000 and became a huge hit for the cable network over the decade that followed. Each season garners consistent critical acclaim and the show has amassed dozens of awards. Its release schedule has slowed in recent years though, as only three seasons have been produced since 2010.
Shot without a script, Curb Your Enthusiasm stars David as an over-the-top version of himself navigating daily life in Los Angeles along with his wife and manager. The improvised nature of the show and its focus on trivial details like restaurant seating, a missing toothbrush, or a cold cup of coffee continues to endear it to fans who keep coming back for more.
07/03/20 at 08:47am
A spite season?
07/02/20 at 11:08am
Awesome. I wasn't crazy about the final scene, although the rest of season 10 was great. Glad it will continue. That wouldn't have been such a good ending.
07/01/20 at 10:16am
Best dead-pan humor on tv... was originally.. and still is.
06/30/20 at 09:09pm
Be interesting to see if they can even HAVE the show in the current PC climate. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if some of the shows get removed from future airings/DVD releases. The no fun brigade is currently in charge of the U.S.
06/30/20 at 06:28pm
Pretty, Pretty, Pretty Good.
06/30/20 at 02:33pm
I've never missed a season, this is great news! Larry makes situations so uncomfortably funny, he really pushes the envelope and we love him for it :)
06/30/20 at 02:02pm
Happy to hear. This show is obviously not for everyone but I thought season 10 was great. Wearing the MAGA hat to avoid having lunch with someone he didn't like? Classic
06/30/20 at 01:50pm
Always a fun show. Glad they brought it back.