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It Looks Like the Next Season of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Is the Last

It Looks Like the Next Season of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Is the Last

Larry David has been curbing our enthusiasm for 23 years now, but it looks like the end may be nigh for his beloved show Curb Your Enthusiasm. Filming has wrapped on season 12, and in a since-deleted tweet, writer-producer Jon Hayman eulogized the show, hinting that this might be the final season.

“Maybe you love the show. Maybe you hate the show,” Hayman wrote. “Maybe you don’t give a s–t. In any event, shooting the last scene of the last episode of the final season.”

Now, before you start freaking out and doing your “best” Larry David impression, let’s take a deep breath and analyze the situation. Richard Lewis, who’s appeared as himself on the show for two decades, also tweeted about filming, but his words were a little less dire. He stated that he was on location to shoot his last scene of season 12, which implies that this is the end of the season, not necessarily the series.

It’s also worth noting that every season of Curb feels like the last. In fact, David filmed a death scene for Larry in season 11, just in case he didn’t want to do another season. Executive producer and showrunner Jeff Schaffer said that Larry kept falling into the pool without the fence and banging his head, preparing for the worst-case scenario. But let’s be honest, would Larry David really go out like that? Let’s hope not.

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