The new seasons take place in a post-COVID world
Larry David is back to play the fictional version of himself on the 11th season of his HBO show. Control your enthusiasm. In his words, “I hate individual people, but I love humanity.”
The show will air on October 24 on HBO and HBO Max and has 10 episodes. Season 10 ended in a blazing fire when Larry’s “spite store” Latte Larry caught fire. The excess of Purell bottles was the reason for the fire.
What does season 11 have in store for us?
We see Larry in his fussy prime once again in season 11. The trailer shows him refusing to make eye contact while offering cheers, and thinks he’s too good to sit in traffic. Then reject the whole concept of sentences. New guest stars featured in the trailer include Jon Hamm, Seth Rogen, and Vince Vaughn. Hamm shows up to tell him why the movie in which Larry plays a Larry David-like character is not moving forward. He explained that they loved the acting, but hated the character.
Characters from the past such as Susie Essman, Jeff Garlin, Cheryl Hines, JB Smoove, Ted Danson and Richard Lewis will return. Lewis appears only in one season, as he was in recovery after multiple surgeries. However, the number of guest stars continues. Woody Harrelson, Bill Hader, Julie Bowen, Tracey Ullman, Kaley Cuoco, Lucy Liu, Patton Oswalt, Rob Morrow, Dylan O’Brien and Albert Brooks will appear.
Showrunner Jeff Schaffer explained the reason for the new decision. They started working on the show before COVID came along. They didn’t want the show to feel out of date, so set it up in a post-COVID world. He added that Larry will also have opinions on COVID, laughing.
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