Working as an EP and writer on cultural staples including Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm—and now, Silicon Valley—Alec Berg is something of a comedy legend. On his latest HBO series, in line with a career evolution stemming from Curb, Berg...Show More Summary
Fall brings cooler weather, an excuse to wear comfortable clothing, and way too much TV. Seriously, make sure you’re prepared for this. Take water breaks. Exercise to keep your blood flowing. In order to help you in the great effort to keep up with all this year’s fall TV, we’ve ... More »
HBO and Larry David's comedy smash hit Curb Your Enthusiasm is coming back this fall for another season and has now released the first pitch perfect trailer for Season 9.
The wait for more Curb Your Enthusiasm is almost over. Come this fall, Larry David will be back in action and handling hilarious confrontations over the course of 10 new episodes. In the six years since season 8, it looks like Larry David hasn’t changed much. Show More Summary
”There is only one hero who never stays silent...”
Settle in with a nice plate of Al Abbas Original Best Chicken, because Larry David is back, but he’s not going to leave his house to fight injustice until he feels like it, damnit. So goes the trailer for the upcoming ninth (!) season of HBO’s beloved Curb Your Enthusiasm, ... More »
HBO continues to build anticipation for the upcoming return of Curb Your Enthusiasm, placing Larry David’s endlessly cranky mien next to all sorts of improbable situations. The latest trailer for the show’s return—dated October 1—sees David’s face projected, Bat Signal-style, into the night sky, only for Larry to angrily wave the request off. Show More Summary
Larry David is coming back to tickle your cringey bone when Curb Your Enthusiasm returns for Season 9. Well, maybe. He needs to get out of bed first. The latest trailer for the upcoming season -- debuting Oct. 1 on HBO -- plays into the superhero craze and asks if Larry is the hero we need, complete... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Curb Your Enthusiasm Larry David
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On October 1, Larry David and company will be returning to TV with season nine of Curb Your Enthusiasm. In continuing to heighten anticipation surrounding the premiere, HBO has today unveiled the initial trailer for the new selection of episodes. Amidst all of the superhero hoopla this week, the clip in turn finds Larry David […]
“There is only one hero who never stays silent. Who fights against injustice wherever he finds it. And the world needs him now, more than ever.” But Larry, apparently, is not your guy, who unlike Batman, is not exactly ready to spring...Show More Summary
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"The world needs him now more than ever," a new teaser for the upcoming revival says. read more
Winter has come to Westeros, and also to HBO. "Game of Thrones" leaks, "Curb Your Enthusiasm" leaks, and more have given the cable network a hard time over the past few weeks, some thanks to a hacker known as "Little.finger66." The hacker...Show More Summary
Sunday saw hackers dole out more material from their attack on HBO, but it also saw the premium cabler's top show Game Of Thrones score more ratings highs. As episodes of the return of Curb Your Enthusiasm, Barry, The Deuce, BallersShow More Summary
Bored hackers who aren't getting paid tend to get restless. And so yesterday, the cyber thieves behind the recent HBO breach leaked several unreleased episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm, which was scheduled to return in October after six years off the air. HBO, understandably, seems annoyed. More »
For two weeks a hacker has leaked stolen information from pay-TV network HBO in dribs and drabs, including “Game of Thrones” plot lines, un-aired episodes of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and, reportedly, actors’ personal information. The incremental data dumps have caused prolonged and widespread anxiety...
HBO reportedly offered hackers $250,000 as a “stall tactic.”