Number ten is looking pretty, pretty, pretty good for Curb Your Enthusiasm fans. HBO has renewed the Larry David hit for a tenth season.
The show's ninth season wrapped up earlier this month, and instead of a six-year wait for new episodes (the gap between seasons eight and nine), Curb fans will be getting more of the lovably prickly Larry and his L.A. antics next year. David said in a statement announcing the new season, "As I’ve said many times, when one has the opportunity to annoy someone, one should do so."
This year's ninth season of the largely improvised Curb Your Enthusiasm saw its anti-hero Larry battle everything from saving seats at funerals and boredom at Hamilton to fatwa sex. The show recently earned Screen Actors Guild Award nominations for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series for Larry David.
Despite the previously long gap between seasons, co-star Susie Essman told the New York Post in October that she never had a doubt about the show's return: "I knew we were going to come back because I know how much [Larry] loves shooting Curb. We have so much fun."
The tenth season of Curb Your Enthusiasm is expected sometime in 2018.