Larry David’s Curb Your Enthusiasm was ceremoniously announced to return for a ninth season last summer. This Monday, HBO revealed its premiere date: October 1.


The newest season of the comedy series finished filming in April, although little has been unveiled concerning Larry’s imminent misadventures. It is also unknown if this season will serve as the show’s finale.

However, it has been confirmed that most of the recurring cast from the prior seasons – including J. B. Smoove, Richard Lewis, Jeff GarlinCheryl HinesSusie EssmanBob Einstein and Ted Danson – will reprise their respective roles. Likewise, Lauren Graham will also participate in Curb Your Enthusiasm‘s ninth season.

Accompanying HBO’s statement was a new teaser that proudly boasted the season’s tagline: “He Left. He Did Nothing. He Returned.” The 32-second video can be seen below:

Regardless of the slogan, David remained active while Curb Your Enthusiasm was on its hiatus. His most prominent role during Curb‘s downtime was probably portraying Bernie Sanders on Saturday Night Live during the senator’s presidential bid. Notably, David also wrote his first Broadway play, Fish in the Dark, and he initially played its protagonist before fellow Seinfeld alumni Jason Alexander assumed the role.

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