Larry David’s Curb Your Enthusiasm Returning for Season 11 on HBO

Larry David's Curb Your Enthusiasm Returning for Season 11 on HBO

You haven’t seen the last of Larry David yet.

HBO announced Curb Your Enthusiasm will return for season 11. “This past season tapped into the zeitgeist in such an uncomfortably delightful way,” Amy Gravitt, vice president of HBO programming, said in a statement. “Larry is already brainstorming ideas, and we can’t wait to see what he has in store.”

After a six-year hiatus, Curb Your Enthusiasm returned with new episodes in 2017. The tenth season followed in 2020.

“Believe me, I’m as upset about this as you are. One day I can only hope that HBO will come to their senses and grant me the cancellation I so richly deserve,” David said in a statement.

David, the creator of the series, stars as a fictionalized version of himself. Since 2001, the show has produced 100 episodes to date. Susie EssmanJeff Garlin, Cheryl Hines, Richard LewisJ.B. Smoove and Ted Danson are longtime cast members on the loosely scripted series.

Executive producers on season 11 include David, Garlin Jeff SchafferGavin Polone, along with co-executive producer Laura Streicher and consulting producer Jon Hayman.

Season 10 wrapped in March 2020 and featured David opening up a spite store to get back at a coffee shop he felt had wronged him. Guest stars in that season included Jon HammJane KrakowskiRichard KindSean Penn, Mila Kunis, Laverne Cox, Chris Martin, Timothy OlyphantMegyn Price and Sasha Alexander.

No premiere date for season 11 was given. Get the latest rundown of what’s been canceled and renewed below.

Renewed: Lucifer (Netflix)

Despite previously announcing season five would be the final one for this Tom Ellis drama, Lucifer will return for a sixth—and final—season.

Renewed: Manifest (NBC)

NBC’s big plane mystery is taking off for a third season.

Canceled: The Baker and the Beauty (ABC)

This love story is unfortunately over for now.

Renewed: For Life (ABC)

ABC is in for a season two with this legal drama.

Renewed: Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist (NBC)

Jane Levy and her musical superpowers will return for a second season on NBC.

Canceled: Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector (NBC)

The hunt is over for this NBC drama.

Canceled: Perfect Harmony (NBC)

Anna Camp and Bradley Whitford’s musical comedy has had it swan song after just one season.

Canceled: Live PD (A&E)

This reality series hosted by Dan Abrams was canceled after weeks of protests around the world in the wake of George Floyd’s death while in police custody.

Canceled: Cops (Paramount Network)

The long-running reality show following police officers on the job has been canceled by Paramount Network.

Canceled: Reprisal (Hulu)

Just one season for the drama starring Abigail Spencer on Hulu.

Canceled: Harlots (Hulu)

Say goodbye to Harlots, it won’t return for a fourth season.

Renewed: Prodigal Son (Fox)

Fox signed up for a second season of its serial killer drama.

Canceled: Single Parents (ABC)

There won’t be a third season for this comedy starring Taran Killam and Leighton Meester.

Renewed: Shark Tank (ABC)

Dust off your surefire ideas and get that pitch ready.

Renewed: A Million Little Things (ABC)

The drama continues for this ABC series.

Renewed: The Conners (ABC)

One of America’s favorite families is back for more comedy.

Renewed: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (ABC)

The game show isn’t going anywhere.

Renewed: Dancing With the Stars (ABC)

More celebrities will go on the quest for the mirror ball trophy.

Renewed: Stumptown (ABC)

Cobie Smulders remains on the case for season two of this detective drama.

Renewed: mixed-ish (ABC)

The spinoff prequel series to black-ish is alive and well at ABC.

Renewed: black-ish (ABC)

The Johnsons aren’t leaving you any time soon.

Canceled: Bless This Mess (ABC)

After two seasons, ABC has pulled the plug on this comedy starring Lake Bell, Dax Shepard and Lennon Parham.

Canceled: Emergence (ABC)

The mystery will remain unsolved here.

Canceled: Schooled (ABC)

Class is out for this ABC comedy.

All 10 seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm are available to stream on HBO.

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