HBO and Larry David have announced the return of the network’s iconic comedy ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm.
‘ The show is expected to air again on the pay channel, along with digital platforms HBO Now and HBO Go, but no premiere date has been set.
The show is expected to be available across all HBO platforms when released, but no premiere date has yet been set.
Casey Bloys, president of HBO programming, chimed in, “We’re thrilled that Larry has decided to do a new season of Curb and can’t wait to see what he has planned.”
Although HBO announced that it would be happy to produce more episodes of Curb whenever Larry wishes to return, on numerous occasions, David publicly stated he wasn’t sure if he would ever do another season.
At the time, HBO was still the undisputed king of pay TV and considered by the majority of fans as the source of the best quality premium programming, a title it recently lost to Netflix.
HBO will be eager to use Curb to try and regain some of its lost momentum, and will no doubt make it a mainstay of its two digital platforms, HBO Go and HBO Now.
HBO’s on-the-go service for cable subscribers HBO Go was only introduced just prior to the last season of Curb, and this will be the first time that the network’s standalone delivery system HBO Now is available during a Curb Your Enthusiasm season.