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Seinfeld Reunion Lifts Curb's Season Finale Numbers

The fake Seinfeld reunion proved to be a real ratings grabber for Curb Your Enthusiasm's Season 7 season finale, helping it become the series' most-watched episode in more than five years. Sunday's episode reeled in 2 million viewers over two telecasts, representing a 24 percent jump from the sixth-season finale in 2007, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The Seinfeld gang also helped Larry David & Co. pull in big numbers for Curb's season premiere in September, which marked the first time all four Seinfeld cast members appeared on television together since the show's 1998 finale. Source Here

Curb Your Enthusiasm 7.10 "Seinfeld" Season Finale Preview - Featured

This Sunday - November 22nd - marks the 7th season finale of Curb Your Enthusiasm on HBO . The episode is titled "Seinfeld" and promises to bring the season-long "Seinfeld Reunion" storyline to a hilarious conclusion. Watch an episode preview here And here's a preview clip featuring Larry, Jerry and Jason Alexander. "Seinfeld" airs Sunday at 9PM on HBO.

HBO's 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' coming to basic cable

TV Land and TV Guide Network say they are jointly acquiring basic cable rights to air "Curb Your Enthusiasm," the HBO comedy series produced by and starring "Seinfeld" co-creator Larry David. "Curb Your Enthusiasm" will come to TV Guide Network starting next February. TV Land expects to air the series as early as 2013, immediately following its run on TV Guide Network. Both networks also say they will acquire certain broadband, wireless and video-on-demand rights, bringing "Curb Your Enthusiasm" to multiple platforms. Pay-cable network HBO is currently premiering the seventh season of the series, which also stars Cheryl Hines, Jeff Garlin and Susie Essman.

HBO Defends Larry David 'Pissing on Jesus'

Last Sunday on " Curb Your Enthusiasm ", Larry David's new pill has increased his flow so much it is causing him to splatter, which leads to a misunderstanding about a miraculously weeping Jesus in Maureen and her mother's bathroom. Immediately after the air time, Catholic groups came out with disapproving statements. These groups are deeming the episode as offensive and tasteless jab at their religion. The Catholic League president Bill Donohue said in a statement, "...That's what passes for creativity these days. Was Larry David always this crude? Would he think it comedic if someone urinated on a picture of his mother?" Donohue suggests David to quit the show while he's ahead. In a more angry tone, InsideCatholic.com's Deal Hudson said, "I don't think it's funny. Why is it that people are allowed to publicly show that level of disrespect for Christian symbols? If the same thing was done to a symbol of any other religions-Jewish or Muslim-there'd be a huge outcry. It's simply not a level playing field." While the man under attack has not responded to the criticism, HBO has released a defensive statement, telling E! News, "Anyone who follows Curb Your Enthusiasm knows that the show is full of parody and satire. Larry David makes fun of everyone, most especially himself. The humor is always playful and certainly never malicious." Source Here

Curb Your Enthusiasm Latest Episode: Season 7, Episode 3 - 'The Reunion'

Jeff pitches the idea of doing a Seinfeld reunion to Larry. Watch & Discuss: Watch Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 7, Episode 3 - 'The Reunion' Read Curb Your Enthusiasm's Review: Season 7, Episode 3 - 'The Reunion'

Curb Your Enthusiasm Gets Big Ratings Lift from Seinfeld Reunion

The show about nothing helped propel Curb Your Enthusiasm to a big something Sunday night. The first episode of the highly anticipated Seinfeld reunion arc on co-creator Larry David's HBO comedy brought in Curb's biggest ratings in over five years, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The episode, which featured all four Seinfeld cast members together on TV for the first time since the show's 1998 finale, brought in 1.6 million viewers at 9/8c. Combined with the viewers for the episode's same-night rerun one hour later, the show's total escalates to 2.6 million, the Reporter said. The episode marks Curb's highest ratings since March 2004. The seventh season premiered on Sept. 20 to the tune of 1.9 million viewers for both showings, the trade paper reports. Source Here

Curb Your Enthusiasm Latest Episode: Season 7, Episode 1 - 'Funkhouser's Crazy Sister'

Marty Funkhouser cashing in on Larry's empty gesture regarding his mentally ill sister and Susie's dinner party invitation protocols land Jeff in a sticky situation. Fearing the results of Loretta's biopsy, Larry wants to quickly break up with her to avoid having to care for her should it come back positive. Watch & Discuss: Watch Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 7, Episode 1 - 'Funkhouser's Crazy Sister' Read Curb Your Enthusiasm's Review: Season 7, Episode 1 - 'Funkhouser's Crazy Sister'

Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 7 Seinfeld Sneak Peeks - Featured

The seventh season of Curb Your Enthusiasm is looking pret-ty, pret-ty good. With the Seinfeld cast reuniting for the first time in more than a decade, Curb is sure to draw a record number of viewers. "It will be our most popular season," Jeff Garlin told us at the HBO premiere. "I know that." Most important of all, though? The Blacks are back! But for how long? Will Loretta's cancer diagnosis ruin Larry's hopes of another reunion--with his ex, Cheryl? No matter what happens, Leon isn't leaving anytime soon. J.B. Smoove assured us, "Leon knows a good thing when he sees it. He'll be hanging around a little bit." Click in for more clips of Larry hanging with the Seinfeld cast, along with some juicy tidbits from the first episode, "Funkhouser's Crazy Sister." E!Online - Sneak Peeks: Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Yada Yada Yada

CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM Season 7 Behind The Scenes

Check out a behind the scenes video of the HBO series Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 7 premiering Sunday, September 20 at 9:30 pm. To Watch The Video Click Here

Tonight's TV Hot List: Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2009 - Featured

* Melrose Place (2009) (9/8c The CW ) It's been 10 years since we last checked in on the residents at 4616 Melrose Place, and evidently the scandal and intrigue never left. Within the first 10 minutes of this anticipated reboot, someone is stabbed in the back - literally - and found floating dead in that infamous courtyard pool. Before long, everyone is a suspect. Reprising their roles from the original are Laura Leighton and Thomas Calabro as Sydney Andrews and Dr. Michael Mancini, respectively. New cast members include Ashlee Simpson-Wentz and Shaun Sipos. * Get Schooled: You Have the Right (8/7c BET, Comedy Central , CMT, Logo, MTV , Nickelodeon, Spike, TV Land, VH1) The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has teamed up with Viacom to kick off its "Get Schooled" initiative, which is designed to draw attention to the need for reform of America's public-school system. In tonight's special, airing simultaneously across all Viacom channels, three young professionals - a music director for Kelly Clarkson, an assistant account director working with LeBron James and a speechwriter for Barack Obama - share their stories of success. The goal is to show the importance of perseverance in education and the amazing places that it can lead. * 90210 (8/7c The CW ) A lot can happen during those post-summer-school days when everybody hangs at the beach club making new friends (and shunning old ones). The action is surfside as the second season starts, and the 90210 gang is a little older, a little more experienced and a lot more confused. Annie is still trying to fit into this West Coast world while Dixon is just trying to figure things out with Silver. Navid, however, is thinking positively about his future with Adrianna, which, of course, means it's the perfect time for an ex-boyfriend to show up. * Primetime: Family Secrets (10:01/9:01c ABC) ABC is interrupting its regularly scheduled run of Primetime: The Outsiders to present an interview with Jon Gosselin, a new outsider to his own very large family, who might spill a family secret or two tonight (or at least whine about Kate). Another segment assesses the sad case of an 88-year-old woman diagnosed with dementia; the two antiques dealers to whom she bequeathed her crumbling Dallas mansion (she called them "her boys"); and the woman's daughter, who says the men took advantage of her. * Curb Your Enthusiasm : It's Not a Reunion Show But It's the Closest You'll Get (10/9c HBO ) How much fun could there be at a reunion where nothing happens? Well, when it involves the gang from Seinfeld , probably plenty. There's been a lot of buzz about the fab four of Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards getting back together during the seventh season of Curb Your Enthusiasm (which premieres Sept. 20 at 9 pm/ET), and tonight's special shows how it all came about. (FYI: The reunion story is scheduled to begin in Curb's third episode, airing Oct. 4.) * Sons of Anarchy (10/9c FX ) To bring you up to speed, the bungled hit on Opie that Clay ordered has left SAMCRO in no small amount of disarray, and cleaning up the mess will take no small amount of effort, beginning in tonight's second-season opener, when Opie returns to the clubhouse not knowing who tried to kill him. There's a new external threat as well: A white supremacist (Adam Arkin) with more polish (and a better fashion sense) than you might expect arrives in Charming determined to take down SAMCRO. Source Here