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Curb Your Enthusiasm to Host a Seinfeld Reunion, and True Blood, Hung, and Entourage to Return to HBO

A Seinfeld Reunion — and Other News From HBO

HBO took the stage at the Television Critics Association press tour on Thursday and came out with plenty of big news, including a Seinfeld reunion on Curb Your Enthusiasm, new seasons of several shows, and a new animated series from the folks behind The Office. Want to know more? Here goes:

  • First of all: Seinfeld reunion! Larry David had long insisted such a thing would never happen, but then he decided it might be funny to do it on the new season of Curb Your Enthusiasmso he is! The idea of a Seinfeld reunion will be a major plot on the upcoming season, which will premiere Sept. 20. Jerry Seinfeld will appear in five episodes throughout the season, and Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Michael Richards will also appear in four to five episodes each, though not necessarily all together. Said David:

    We'll see writing, see aspects of the read-through, parts of rehearsal, see the show being filmed, and see it on TV. You won't see the entire show. You'll see parts of the show. You'll get an idea of what happened [to the Seinfeld characters] 11 years later. Within the show, it will be incorporated into regular Curb episodes.

  • HBO also officially renewed three shows: the new comedy Hung and veterans Entourage and — confirming what we heard at Comic-Con — True Blood. All will return sometime in 2010, with True Blood a lock for a Summer slot.
  • One of the announcements that excited me most: HBO has officially ordered an animated comedy series from The Office creators Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, based on their podcasts with Karl Pilkington.
  • The official word on a possible third season of Flight of the Conchords: "When they're ready, we're ready."
  • Ideally, Treme (from The Wire creator David Simon) will premiere in the Spring. The fates of The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency and In Treatment remain undecided. And Martin Scorsese's Boardwalk Empire is practically guaranteed a series order.

Will you tune into Curb for the Seinfeld reunion? Does any of this other news excite you?

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ilanac13 ilanac13 6 years
i read earlier today that they've already renewed true blood and entourage and i think that it's really ambitious of them. Entourage has been around for a LONG time and i feel like it's kind of done what it can - although at least this season it seems like they are trying to give the other guys personalities and real plot lines. as for true blood - i LOVE the show - and i hope that it continues to be great.
ilanac13 ilanac13 6 years
i read earlier today that they've already renewed true blood and entourage and i think that it's really ambitious of them. Entourage has been around for a LONG time and i feel like it's kind of done what it can - although at least this season it seems like they are trying to give the other guys personalities and real plot lines.as for true blood - i LOVE the show - and i hope that it continues to be great.
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