Curb Your Enthusiasm is ending—and this time, they’re saying it is for good. HBO has introduced that Larry David‘s beloved meta-comedy will formally conclude after its upcoming twelfth season. The ten-episode closing season premieres on HBO Sunday, February 4th, with episodes airing weekly till the collection finale on April seventh.
”As Curb involves an finish, I’ll now have the chance to lastly shed this ‘Larry David’ persona and develop into the particular person God meant me to be – the considerate, form, caring, thoughtful human being I used to be till I received derailed by portraying this malignant character,” mentioned David in an announcement. “And so ‘Larry David,’ I bid you farewell. Your misanthropy is not going to be missed. And for these of you who wish to get in contact with me, you possibly can attain me at Docs With out Borders.”
For Curb followers, Larry being off-air is nothing new. The Seinfeld creator and funnyman has performed an avatar of himself on Curb Your Enthusiasm on and off since Curb initially premiered on October 15, 2000. Within the 24 years since, Curb has solely had twelve seasons, with its longest break between seasons eight and 9, from 2011 to 2017. Whereas Curb has taken an prolonged break between seasons earlier than, HBO has by no means promoted a season of Curb Your Enthusiasm as its closing one—that’s, till now.
Together with David, Jeff Garlin, Susie Essman, Cheryl Hines, J.B. Smoove, Richard Lewis, Ted Danson and Vince Vaughn are all returning for the twelfth season. Additional particulars are being saved beneath wraps, but it surely’s secure to say there’ll most likely be loads of A-list visitor stars, which is par for the course of the satirical collection. Tracey Ullman can be listed as returning this season, so anticipate to see her councilwoman Irma Kostroski, whom Larry as soon as wooed in an try and get an area ordinance repealed. What an aesthetic man.