Subscribe To Curb Your Enthusiasm's Larry David Isn't Interested In Being Batman In First Season 9 Trailer Updates
One of the more higher profile TV shows dropping this fall is the return of HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm. After taking a few years off, Larry David is bringing his beloved comedy series back for Season 9, and people are understandably excited to see what new things Larry has to say "meh" over. There's been very little in the way of new footage, but now HBO has finally released the first trailer for the season. Taking aim at Peak Superhero, the trailer envisions a world in desperate need of a hero to uphold some very specific rules of society.
The first trailer for Curb Your Enthusiasm is here! While there's no new footage from any of the actual new episodes (kind of a bummer), the trailer does set the mood of what to expect. Going for a Batman tone, an epic narration states that we need a hero who "never stays silent" and "fights against injustice where ever he finds it." A signal is then lit, shining the face of none other than Larry David across the sky. Larry see's the signal from his bedroom, but doesn't really feel like answering the call just yet. The video contains a few references to previous seasons of the show, like Al Abbas Original Best Chicken and "Respect Wood."
Everything is looking very promising for the return of Curb Your Enthusiasm. While we still don't know very much about the content of the season, we do know it'll be jam packed with guest stars. Celebrities like Elizabeth Banks, Bryan Cranston, Ed Begley Jr., Lauren Graham and Nick Offerman are all slated to appear in the season. And let's not forget the return of Jeff Garlin, Cheryl Hines, Susie Essman, Ted Danson, and of course, J.B. Smooth as fan favorite Leon.
For those unaware, Curb Your Enthusiasm is a comedy series on HBO created by and starring Larry David as a fictionalized version of himself. The show was essentially if Seinfeld had been allowed to curse and be offensive, and it was REALLY funny. The show ended after eight seasons but is now coming back after taking some time off. As of now, only the one season is announced, but more may be on the table depending on how Season 9 does.
Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 9 will run for 10 episodes and is scheduled to hit the airwaves once again on Sunday, October 1 at 10:30 p.m. ET on HBO. Keep up to date on all the big shows coming back for the rest of the summer season and the upcoming fall with our TV release guides. For all the latest TV news, make sure to keep it right here at CinemaBlend and we'll keep you updated with new information as soon as it becomes available.