Larry David is set to return for his final act in the much-loved series Curb Your Enthusiasm, which premieres its last season on February 4 on HBO. The Season 12 trailer, recently released by HBO, showcases David, the quintessential “social assassin,” engaging in his usual antics and awkward encounters.
In the newly released trailer, viewers can see Larry David donning striking cat-eye frames and engaging in his typical, cringe-worthy interactions with various characters, including Susie, a grieving son-in-law, a gay couple, and Freddy Funkhouser, played by Vince Vaughn. The upcoming season promises to continue exploring how trivial day-to-day occurrences can spiral into hilariously catastrophic events.
Curb Your Enthusiasm boasts a star-studded cast including Jeff Garlin, Susie Essman, Cheryl Hines, J.B. Smoove, Richard Lewis, Ted Danson, Vince Vaughn, and Tracey Ullman. The final season will also feature guest appearances by Dan Levy from “Schitt’s Creek” and Sean Hayes from “Will & Grace.”
This final season promises to deliver the same level of comedic genius and relatable scenarios that have made “Curb Your Enthusiasm” a staple in modern television comedy. Fans of the show can expect Larry David’s characteristically blunt and unfiltered approach to everyday life, which has consistently provided both laughter and insight into the absurdities of social norms.
The end of Curb Your Enthusiasm was confirmed in December, with Larry David humorously commenting on shedding his “Larry David” persona to return to being the thoughtful and considerate person he was before portraying the character. He jokingly directed those wishing to contact him to reach out through Doctors Without Borders.