'Seinfeld' cast to appear on 'Curb Your Enthusiasm'

The Seinfeld cast is making another must-see appearance. EW has learned exclusively that the four stars of NBC's long-running comedy -- Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander, and Michael Richards -- will be featured in a multiple-episode story arc on HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm this fall. The cameos will mark the first time that all four actors have appeared together in a scripted TV show since Seinfeld went off the air nearly 11 years ago. No date has been set for this event, or for Curb's seventh season, which will run for 10 weeks. Curb, of course, was created by and stars Larry David, the cocreator of Seinfeld. The episodes, which are currently shooting in Los Angeles, appear to represent a continuation of David's relationship with the Seinfeld stars. As Curb fans know, Seinfeld, Louis-Dreyfus, and Alexander have made individual appearances on the award-winning series over the years. Source Here

Curb to Start Production in December

Woohoo! Production of the first rumored, then confirmed Season 7 of Curb Your Enthusiasm has been set to start this December. The new season will premiere on a yet-to-be-announced date/time in 2009. Source: THR

More Curb is on the Way!

The speculation already started a little while ago , but it has now been confirmed that HBO 's Curb Your Enthusiasm will be returning for a 7th season. HBO is looking at Early 2009 for a premiere. I'm super excited about this, because while Season 6 had a great finale, it didn't feel like a series ending. Source: Yahoo

It's Officially Unofficial: Season 7 of Curb

According to the NY Post, who spoke with none other than crazy Susie Essman, there IS going to be a Season 7 of Curb Your Enthusiasm after all! Source: Page Six

Season 7 of Curb??

So far, we've been told that the latest season of Curb - #6 - would probably be the final one for the show. Then again, that's also what Larry David said after the conclusions of the 4th and 5th seasons (futhermore, while the 6th season ended on a high note, with Larry finding love with Loretta Black (Vivica A Fox) after splitting with his wife, it didn't really feel like a series finale to me). The New York Press reported that when Susie Essman (Susie Greene, Jeff's cantankerous wife) was asked if there were any hopes for a season 7, she jokingly responded that if his ex-wife Laurie keeps having enough success in her own career, it might "inspire enough spite" for Larry to do a 7th season after all. Let's hope so! Source: larrydavidfan.com