HBO has released the official trailer for the 10th season of Larry David‘s Curb Your Enthusiasm. Following up co-star Jeff Garlin‘s announcement of the new season in November, the trailer shows Larry doing what he does best: getting into hot water by raising the ire of friends and strangers alike.
Over the course of the nearly two-minute-long clip, Larry gets stuck in a hall behind a geriatric patient and argues with Garlin and JB Smoove about a humorous “club.” He also has a back-and-forth with Laverne Cox regarding the content of a speech and gets kicked out of a dinner party alongside a complicit, bespectacled Jon Hamm. Fred Armisen and Jane Krakowski make appearances as well.
Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy will also play a role in Season 10, but sadly the cast is without long-time David compatriot Marty Funkhouser — actor Bob Einstein passed away in January. Although this is indeed the 10th season of Curb, it’s the first since the fall of 2017 when Season 9 was on the air. Prior to Season 9, the show ran from 2000-2011.
Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 10 will kick off January 19, 2020, at 10:30 PM ET on HBO.
A new year means lots of new entertainment, so be sure to check out all the TV shows and movies that are coming to and leaving Netflix in January 2020 as well.