HBO has picked up Larry Davidís hilarious off-beat comedy Curb Your Enthusiasm for a fourth season according to the Hollywood Reporter. The show, filled with an all encompassing plot of misunderstandings and foot in mouth arguments (predominately instigating by David and his neuroses) originally aired in October 2000 after the success of Davidís 1999 HBO special of the same name. The great thing about this series, aside Davidís outlandish skeletal structure filled to perfection with heavy improvisation from A-list actors, is that itís shot on one digital camera, which cuts down productions costs immensely. David, co-star Jeff Garlin, and Gavin Polone are executive producers of the greatest comedy on the airwaves at the moment, which will sadly turn in itís final episode of the season this Sunday night after The Sopranos.
Source: Jason Anfinsen