We’re proper in the midst of a altering of the guard with a few of HBO’s most reliably sensible and critically beloved shows starting to shuffle off this mortal coil (they’ll be okay, they’ve nonetheless received dragons and clickers). However is Curb Your Enthusiasm becoming a member of Succession and Barry?
That’s a giant query mark in longtime Curb producer/director Robert Weide’s tweet from the ultimate days of capturing on season 12 for the present that debuted 25 years in the past, an immense period of time marked by Weide (and the truth that the present was truly launched on VHS after it aired). And have a look at Larry David, virtually unchanged over 1 / 4 century. That’s the advantage of by no means holding in your annoyances.
There’s extra proof that this could be it for Curb coming from producer Jon Hayman, who tweeted a behind-the-scenes have a look at what he termed the ultimate shot of the ultimate season. Ain’t no query marks there, buddies.
Occasional co-star Richard Lewis was additionally feeling nostalgic in a current tweet, although he didn’t point out that the tip of the present was close to. Regardless, I’m a twist of feelings, how about you?
There I used to be a number of hours in the past in my trailer on location to shoot my final scene of #Curb12.
Arduous to imagine we began in 2000. The forged and crew all knew we had been working for a genius. When that rarity occurs, nobody ever takes a second as a right. We love you LD. pic.twitter.com/E0v6su64jQ
— Richard Lewis (@TheRichardLewis) March 25, 2023
Curb has been thought full a number of instances earlier than solely to come back again and proceed clearing a excessive bar. There was the six-year hiatus from 2011 and the three-year one from 2017. Perhaps LD simply wants one other little break. Nonetheless, at 75 and with two of TV’s best comedies below his belt (counting Seinfeld, which David co-created, after all), perhaps the possibilities are fairly, fairly, good that this new season might be it, leaving an unbelievable treasure trove of memorable moments and a legacy of turning pettiness into an artwork type.