Curb Your Enthusiasm is finally returning to the small screen in the not-too-distant future after a hiatus of several years. For a while, there was no saying if Larry David ever would get the whole gang back together for another batch of episodes, and it was tempting to lose hope after a while. Luckily, the end of hiatus is nigh, and we have a new trailer to give us a look at David doing what he does best: ridiculous and distinctly NSFW comedy. Brace yourself for some classic Curb Your Enthusiasm humor, and check out the trailer!

Warning: F bombs aplenty are dropped in this trailer, so be sure to wear headphones if you're in a NSFW area.

The trailer gives us our first look at Bryan Cranston in his role on Curb Your Enthusiasm, where he'll evidently be playing Larry David's therapist. Given what we've seen of Larry David over the first eight seasons of Curb Your Enthusiasm, it may only be a matter of time before Cranston's character can't take it any more as David's therapist. The stories that are hilarious for us as viewers may not be quite so funny to the person tasked with sorting out Larry David's psyche. Whatever happens, we can be sure that it will be pretty hysterical. Bryan Cranston has proved that he can tackle both comedy and drama to perfection, so he should be a fantastic addition to the cast.

Personally, I've never related to a TV character more than Larry David with his knee-jerk reaction to the department store saleswoman jumping at him with a bottle of fragrance. I can't say that I've ever yelled "Fuck!" and shoved anybody out of the way, but those fragrance salespeople can be pretty hard to dodge if they catch you out in the open.

The list of things Leon has done while constipated alone is worth watching this trailer a couple of times. Shooting a porno and running a 5K while constipated must be a major accomplishment, but it's winning the hot dog eating contest that really sets him apart. Winning a hot dog eating contest can't be easy at the best of times; kudos to Leon for his triumph, even if we didn't get to see it.

All things considered, this trailer indicates that we're in for plenty of what made Curb Your Enthusiasm such a hit during its original run on HBO. We'll have to wait and see if it's as funny as it was, but I'm optimistic. You can catch new episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm on Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on HBO. The premiere will air on October 1, which is only a few weeks away. For all the other dates you'll need to know coming up, take a look at our fall TV premiere schedule. Our breakdown of upcoming reboots and revivals can also help you plan ahead.

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