Larry David’s ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ series ends with season 12 in 2024 – LSB

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Larry David says goodbye to the series

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Curb your enthusiasm Fans are about to be pretty… very sad.

The long-running comedy series will officially end with its 12th season, which is scheduled to premiere on February 4, 2024, on HBO and Max. The final season, which marks the end of HBO’s longest-running comedy series, will consist of 10 episodes on Sundays at 10 p.m., leading up to the series finale on April 7.

Larry David, star, creator, writer and executive producer of the show, made the announcement on Thursday, December 14.

“As the end of Curb approaches, I will now have the opportunity to finally shed the ‘Larry David’ persona and become the person God intended me to be — the thoughtful, kind, caring, considerate human being I was until I was derailed by the ‘Larry David’ persona,” David, 76, said in a statement. Such a malicious character.” “And so, Larry David, I bid you farewell. Your misanthropy will not be missed. For those of you who would like to contact me, you can contact me at Doctors Without Borders.

Larry David says goodbye to the series
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The Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning series premiered with an hour-long special on October 17, 1999. The first eight seasons of the series aired from 2000 to 2011. Corp then went on hiatus for six years, before returning for a ninth season in 2017, The tenth season in 2020, and the eleventh season in 2021.

The network describes the show as “a comedy series that continues to prove how seemingly trivial details of one’s daily life can lead to a disastrous chain of events.”

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David served as co-creator, writer and producer of Seinfeld. in Curb your enthusiasmhis character, a fictionalized version of himself, is well known as the co-creator and main co-writer of the popular sitcom in which he starred. Jerry Seinfeld. The series follows David’s life as he semi-retires and enjoys the fortune he acquired from the Seinfeld series.

“It’s hard to say goodbye to such a groundbreaking, funny and iconic series as Curb Your Enthusiasm, which has left its mark across television and the comedy genre.” Casey BluesHBO & Max Content Chairman and CEO said in a statement Thursday. “Working alongside Larry David and… [executive producer] Jeff Schiffer along with all the comedic minds including the producers, cast and crew were a joy that I will always cherish.

Larry David says goodbye to the series
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After Season 11 premiered in 2021, it was unknown if the show would continue. When asked on Rich Eisen Show In October 2021 either Curb your enthusiasm He will be returning for season 12, and David couldn’t give a definitive answer.

“Oh my God, Rich. Don’t do this to me now. It’s too soon,” he said. “It’s way too soon. I want to see how I feel, you know. It’s a huge mountain to climb, first and foremost, to write, shoot, and edit the film. It’s about 18 months from start to finish. So it’s a big commitment.”

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Executive Producer Jeff Schiffer Tell Hollywood Reporter In August 2022, each season is always the last – until David decides if he wants to continue the show. He noted that an alternate ending for Season 11 with David’s death scene was filmed, however, it never aired.

“[Larry] “I’m not ready to die,” Schaefer said. THR.

For the final season, David will once again be joined by regular members of the series Jeff Garlin, Cheryl Hines, susie osman, J.B. Smoove, Richard Lewis And Ted Danson. Vince Vaughn And Tracey Ullman He will also join the cast for season 12.

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