TV Series - Aug 29, 2022
In the next season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, there won't be another five- or six-year gap between new episodesFans' favorite comedy. During a recent interview with IndieWire, showrunner Jeff Schaffer explained that there were plenty of ideas for the fictionalized version of star Larry David because "there's an open spigot on bad behavior west side".
in the real world, giving the show a never-ending source of inspiration, even though the show has a production philosophy that each season has to end as if it were the last they'd ever do.In late 2023, the series will return, with David returning as the saddest sack in all of Los Angeles. During the interview, Schaffer joked about the differences between the real-life Larry and his TV counterpart, revealing how the show is developing.
Schaffer told IndieWire, "We're writing it right now, and we'll start shooting in late fall." It's a dry erase board I'm looking at right now. We're basically sitting in a room, showing each other our awkward scars, and coming up with new stuff. Funny things are like cockroaches. It's hard to kill them. They stick around, and we're just comedy cockroaches."
Curb Your Enthusiasm, the Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated comedy series starring Larry David as a fictionalized version of himself, depicts the writer/producer/comedian's fictionalized life tongue-in-cheek. With Jeff Garlin , Susie Essman , Cheryl Hines, JB Smoove, Richard Lewis and Ted Danson , all reprising their roles alongside a rotating cast of familiar faces, including Vince Vaughn and Tracey Ullman , Season 11 returns Larry to his quest for social justice.