Let’s play, “Larry David, where art thou?” Apparently, the HBO star is cooking up another comedy series for Netflix. “It’s a feel-good comedy,” a Netflix insider told Entertainment Weekly. “Larry is taking all the usual measures to make sure no one knows what’s going on, except Netflix and Larry.”
David, who left the sitcom Curb Your Enthusiasm in 2011, spoke candidly about his creative process in a November 2018 episode of Zach Galifianakis’ “Between Two Ferns.” “I spend the whole year working on scripts with a writer, a guy who I love, Jeff Schaffer,” he said. “That’s all I do. I watch all the television. I’m never in the studio or the soundstage. I am in my home, alone with the laptop … And I sit there and stuff comes up.” The pilot for the new series was written by Schaffer, David told Galifianakis, but he didn’t reveal any more details about how it would be produced.
The Variety source also speculated that the new series could return David to the world of Curb. The creator and star’s pre-Emmy comments about his former show have sparked strong speculation that there is another new season on the way.
“By the way, this year, I have no idea what I’m doing at all,” David said at the Emmys in September. “But then I go home to my apartment and I watch Curb Your Enthusiasm all over again, every day, and I get back into it.”
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