A funny thing happened on the way to the latest season of Curb Your Enthusiasm. Larry David's acerbic, exploration of a faux Larry David's post-Seinfeld life was just as funny as the first six seasons, but my TV-watching posture changed while watching season seven. From a rolled up in a ball bear-attack crouch as ...
Seinfeld, the iconic sitcom about nothing, and Curb Your Enthusiasm, the brilliant HBO series about the man who co-created Seinfeld, have always been closely linked. But if you think the similarities between the two shows begin and end with Larry David, think again. In anticipation of Curb's TV Guide Network debut, we look at just a few of the connections between the two shows...
The Seinfeld gang returns to television for a show-within-a-show reunion on Curb Your Enthusiasm (Oct. 4 at 9/8c, HBO).
When Larry David's on-screen wife (Cheryl Hines) leaves him, she notes that she loved him more when he worked on Seinfeld because it kept him busy. In order to win her back, he arranges an entire reunion. Oh, Larry and your hair-brained ideas.
Sweet fancy Moses! Seinfeld cast to reunite on Curb Your Enthusiasm
Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards are just a few of the Seinfeld alumni who'll drop by, so keep your eyes peeled.
See how the first of the reunion episodes unfold in the clips below. Plus, get a behind-the-scenes look at how it all came together.
The cast of Seinfeld will reunite on Curb Your Enthusiasm. Not that there's anything wrong with that. Read on to see how it all came together...
On Nov. 6, as the final batch of Seinfeld arrives on DVD, so will a boxed set boasting all nine seasons. Seinfeld: The Complete Series delivers 180 episodes on 32 discs, all for a suggested list price of $283.95 not that there's anything wrong with that. After all, the set includes a 226-page coffee-table book filled with photos, quotes, trivia and personal reflections from Jerry Seinfeld, a compilation previously only shared by him with his cast mates. The book, in turn, contains a DVD featuring a roundtable discussion between Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards and series creator Larry David, the first reunion of its kind for the group, held on the ninth anniversary of the May 1998 finale. Among the plethora of DVD extras 104 hours in bonus features, peeps! is a reedit of "The Betrayal," the famous "backwards" episode, this time going forward. Not included in all this: a marble rye. Still, that's a whole lotta nothing!