HBO has announced that the comedy show Curb Your Enthusiasm will return to the network.
It is one of the in your face and bold kind of comedy shows that not all people love secretly. Larry David has been talking about Curb Your Enthusiasm for some time. After it went of air in September, 2011, many have speculated whether the show will come back. Former programming president Michael Lombardo had said he was "cautiously optimistic" about more Curb. Larry David often appeared less than optimistic in the many instances he's been pressed about the subject.The writer and creators of the show have hinted now and then that they might come back with another season or a few episodes but no confirmations have been made.
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That all changed this Tuesday when HBO officially announced that Curb will indeed return to the network. This is one of the first big achievements for Casey Bloys, who assumed creative reins at HBO just a month ago. The strategy might be to return to some old and known successes to make up for the unsuccessful line up that the network currently has.
If you don’t know, Curb Your Enthusiasm is an acclaimed series - revered as one of the greatest modern day comedies. It stars Larry David as a heightened version of himself. The tongue-in-cheek comedy, solid roster of supporting actors and impressive cameos embedded the show, which first aired in 2000, as a cult favorite.
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While the dates have not been confirmed yet, fans can sense a pattern in the HBO line up which is comedy inclined this year. Curb will be joining the network’s line up which will be kicking off Sarah Jessica Parker starrer Divorce, web adaptation High Maintenance and Issa Rae's Insecure with Danny McBride's Vice Principals next up in July.