It’s pretty, pretty good news for fans of the cult TV comedy Curb Your Enthusiasm. Larry David is back - after five years.
The ninth series of the show, created by and starring the creator of Seinfeld, last aired in 2011, and as yet does not have a premiere date.
Speaking about the show’s return, David said: “In the immortal words of Julius Caesar, ‘I left, I did nothing, I returned’.”
The show, which will continue to air on HBO and which fans thought had ended with the series eight finale nearly five years ago, is the network’s “longest-running scripted comedy or drama series”.
Most recently, fans of David – or the US presidential elections – would have seen the actor and director on Saturday Night Live, parodying Jewish Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders.