Larry David noncommittal on doing more 'Curb Your Enthusiasm,' 'It's climbing Mount Everest again'
Judging by the success of Larry David's revival of HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm" I'd say there's a pretty pretty pretty good chance there are more seasons to come.
The famed "Seinfeld" co-creator produced eight acclaimed seasons of "Curb" from 2000 to 2011 before going on hiatus. The series returned Oct. 1 and is still a hit with critics.
Stopping by The Rich Eisen Show" this week, David says he's still mulling over whether or not to return for more.
"I'm thinking about it," said David. "Not committing to it as of yet but I'm thinking about it. It's climbing Mount Everest again. It's a big slog to do it."
David certainly kept busy during his time away from "Curb." In addition to starring in Woody Allen's 2009 film "Whatever Works" and HBO's "Clear History" in 2013, David wrote and starred in the play "Fish In The Dark" which broke records on Broadway.
Rest assured, David says this time he'll make up his mind sooner than later.
"If I do [another season] it won't be a five-year in-between wait. That's for sure."