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Curb Your Enthusiasm Series Finale Scores Season’s Best Audience

Curb Your Enthusiasm ended on a high note.

The series finale delivered 1.1M viewers across HBO and Max on Sunday night, according to Warner Bros. Discovery. That’s the best audience of the season and, in fact, it’s the largest audience the series has seen since the Season 10 finale, which drew 1.4M viewers.

Audiences seem to have remained committed to the last season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, because, while the finale viewership is the season’s best, it’s not a far cry from the 1M that tuned in for the Season 12 premiere.

So far, Season 12 of Curb Your Enthusiasm is averaging 4.9M viewers per episode across platforms, marking a 14% uptick from Season 11’s 4.3M per episode.

That’s a wrap on Curb Your Enthusiasm, at least for now. While there have been 12 seasons, the run of the show has spanned more than 20 years, starting in 1999 as a one-hour special Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm. The first season proper premiered in October 2000 and, while the first eight seasons aired regularly, there was quite a large gap in between subsequent seasons.

Executive producer Jeff Schaffer told Deadline he does believe that it is the end of the road for Curb, but audiences haven’t seen the last of Larry David.

“Larry hasn’t stopped having spirited discussions with the populace of the west side of Los Angeles. He didn’t all of a sudden forget how to be annoyed. Something’s gonna happen. That stuff’s gotta go somewhere,” Schaffer said.

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