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Video: 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Season 9 Has Really Truly Started Filming
This week from hell has brought unrelenting anxiety and depression to millions of Americans, so we are clinging onto anything remotely good and fun that we can find right now. Like this family who stood outside an Islamic school to show support for the children. Or this picture of President Obama staring lovingly into Vice President Biden's eyes. Or best of all, the fact that after five years, Curb Your Enthusiasm is now officially filming season nine!
Look, Leon is back!
Season 9 of #CurbYourEnthusiasm just started shooting and Larry couldn’t be more excited! @ohsnapjbsmoove pic.twitter.com/o1PWlndFBi— HBO (@HBO) November 11, 2016
The show announced back in June that it would return for a ninth season (you can see a timeline of what happened in the intervening years here); once Bernie Sanders lost the primary to Hillary Clinton, Larry David was free once more from his SNL commitments to go forth and make his own comedy. Then last week, we learned that the core cast, including David, Jeff Garlin, Cheryl Hines and Susie Essman, would return, along with frequent guest stars Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen.
Until the next update/new episodes arrive, go out into the world and get into some ass. It's a pretty, pretty, pretty good way to kill four years or so.
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