After every season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, Larry David says, “I never want to do this again,” but the President of HBO claimed that this didn’t happen for the first time ever after the most-recent season, and was quoted last year as saying he’s “cautiously optimistic” about a Season 9 of the long-running pay-cable show. Today, Curb co-star/producer Jeff Garlin sounded optimistic when weighing in on the likelihood of a new season in an interview with The Austin Chronicle today:
The Chronicle: Has the door been closed on a ninth season?Garlin: No, not at all. I say there’s a decent chance.
Larry David is currently busy starring in his star-studded HBO feature film, Clear History, which also features Jon Hamm, Bill Hader, Kate Hudson, and Danny McBride, amongst others. Garlin’s a busy guy these days too, currently filming episodes for the new season of Arrested Development. Perhaps when Larry David is done shooting Clear History, but considering that he still has to write and film the new season, don’t expect to see it on your screen anytime before 2014 at the very earliest. And that’s all assuming that the HBO movie won’t leave Larry David in one of his “I never want to do this again” moods.