Curb Your Enthusiasm fans don't have long to wait until the next instalment from Larry David and co..


The highly-anticipated season 11 will air on Sky Comedy on 25th October and if a recent trailer is anything to go by, will be much of what fans know and love.

Exact details of the plot this time around are being kept under tight wraps, but we do know the COVID-19 pandemic will appear in a limited sense.

Jeff Garlin reassured fans that Curb will just touch upon the pandemic, but won't dwell too much on it.

He also admitted this could be one of the last seasons of Curb, revealing the busy filming schedule takes its toll.

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Speaking on The Tim Dillon Show, Garlin said he couldn't imagine many more seasons being made due to the exhausting workload it places on David, comparing it to his own experience filming Curb and The Goldbergs simultaneously.

“It rips me apart," Garlin said. "And the equivalent happens to Larry, cause he’s in every scene, working every day, having to be there at 6:30 in the morning.

He continued: "I don’t know if physically he can do more than, let’s say, another season. I think he could do another, I don’t know if he has two in him.”

Read on for your guide to Curb Your Enthusiasm season 11, including the UK release date and more.

Curb Your Enthusiasm season 11 release date

CONFIRMED: Curb Your Enthusiasm season 11 will land on Sky Comedy on 25th October at 9pm, just one day after it airs on HBO in the US.

That's a remarkably fast turnaround from Larry David and co., especially given the complications of the COVID-19 pandemic, with fans previously waiting six years for season nine and three years for season 10.

Speaking after the show's renewal, Larry David joked: "Believe me, I'm as upset about this as you are. One day I can only hope that HBO will come to their senses and grant me the cancellation I so richly deserve.”

Back in May 2021, co-star and producer Jeff Garlin confirmed that filming on season 11 was nearing completion, meaning the show should have no trouble hitting its target launch window.

Curb Your Enthusiasm season 11 cast

Curb Your Enthusiasm Cast
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Of course the legendary Larry David will be appearing in the upcoming series, most likely alongside Cheryl Hines (Cheryl David), Jeff Garlin (Jeff Greene), Susie Essman (Susie Greene) and TB Smoove (Leon Black).

We also know Richard Lewis has made a welcome return to set after undergoing three surgeries, putting his future on the show at risk.

Ted Danson has also been confirmed to reappear in the upcoming series as himself after most recently doing so in season 10.

We also know the extensive list of guest stars set to no doubt cross paths with Larry in the near future - and it's as impressive as ever.

Lewis tweeted out a board full of a who's who of A-list celebrities, including: Jon Hamm, Vince Haughn, Woody Harrelson, Bill Hader, Julie Bowen, Tracey Ullman, Kaley Cuoco, Lucy Liu, Patton Oswalt, Albert Brooks and Rob Morrow.

Curb Your Enthusiasm season 11 plot

When we last saw Larry and the gang, Larry's coffee shop has spawned a trend in spite stores – shops set up out of spite by celebrities who have been banned from certain stores.

However, at the end of the episode, his coffee shop is accidentally burnt down and his coffee rival purchases the house opposite him to torment him.

Will Larry rebuild his coffee shop in season 11 or will he give up his business for good, considering he only began selling coffee to spite the shop owner who banned him?

One thing we do know, is that the upcoming episodes won't focus on the COVID pandemic.

Jeff Garlin spoke to The Ringer's "10 Questions with Kyle Brandt" podcast about season 11, and confirmed they only have three weeks left of filming left while giving a few plot teasers.

He said: "I want to say that except for the first episode, we don't do any COVID stuff. The first episode it touches on, there's a couple of things. But it's a post-COVID world in Curb."

Curb Your Enthusiasm season 11 trailer

There's finally a trailer for Curb Your Enthusiasm, and of course, Larry's up to his old tricks - namely winding up Susie.

We also see the return of Vince Vaughn and Jon Hamm, the latter of whom seems to revel in telling Larry he's been called "repugnant" in his new movie.

Check out the hilarious - and quite sweary - trailer below.


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