HBO boss Casey Bloys has confirmed when season 12 of comedy Curb Your Enthusiasm will premiere, amid rumours over the show's future.
Speaking to Deadline, Bloys revealed that Season 12 was currently set to arrive in February 2024.
Explaining how the network approached making the series, Bloys said that the process was largely left up to screator Larry David. "We generally leave that up to Larry, and I think he's thinking about what he wants to do," he said.
The chief executive also touched on rumours that season 12 would be the show's last, adding that the network had given David an "open invitation."
"He knows it's been an open invitation, so I think he's going to decide if he wants to do more or whether this is going to be the final season, I would guess before it airs," Bloys said.
Concerns over the future of Curb Your Enthusiasm came after producer Jon Hayman hinted that season 12 would be its last in a now-deleted tweet back in March.
"Reports of our demise have been greatly exaggerated," he said.
"My first season was Season 5. And you know what the final episode of that season was called? ‘The End.’ Not ironically. That was 15 years ago. So every season is the last season. It’s been this way forever."
Season 11 of Curb Your Enthusiasm – which stars Seinfeld creator David as a fictionalised version of himself – aired in back 2021, with a 12th season being confirmed a year later.
Curb Your Enthusiasm airs on HBO in the US, and on Sky and NOW TV in the UK.
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