Now that fall TV is in full swing, here are nine series, from “Riverdale” to “The Orville,” we think could be even better — if they'd just take our advice.
Bryan Cranston guest-starred on "Curb Your Enthusiasm" as Larry David's therapist, Dr. Templeton. And the good doctor was able to help Larry solve many of life's complicated problems.
The latest episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" further suggests that the once riotous HBO comedy has become rather creaky and aimless, says Ken Tucker.
Despite what you heard on TV tonight, the couple is still together — and preparing to celebrate 22 years of marriage.
Yahoo Entertainment already filled you in on the five things you need to remember before that troublemaker, Larry David, returns for another round of Curb Your Enthusiasm on Oct. 1. Allow Curb executive producer, Jeff Schaffer, to tell you all about the five things you need to know about this long-in-the-works new season, the ninth overall and the first in six years. “We’re really happy with this season, and we’re not usually ones to be happy,” Schaffer remarks with audible glee in his voice.
Since it's been six years (and feels like 50) since we got to watch Larry David's misadventures, here's a reminder of where we left off.
Andy Cohen pulled out an old video of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" star Susie Essman roasting Donald Trump back in 2004.
Fans of 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' might be thrilled Larry David is returning to TV. The characters in the show? Less so.
As the saying goes, two heads are better than one, so twins on TV shows means double the fun. At least, some of the time; other times, it’s more like that quote from Macbeth — “double double, toil and trouble.”
The return of Will & Grace and Curb Your Enthusiasm would be enough to get us excited about TV this fall, but add to it new installments of everything from The Walking Dead to This Is Us, and we may not find any reason to leave the house till winter! Click through this slideshow to get the latest scoop on your favorite returning series.
In honor of National Sandwich Day, we rank 15 of TV's most important sandwiches — from Homer's 10-Foot Hoagie to Colbert's Möbius Melt — in order of deliciousness. This is a completely scientific ranking, so please forward all complaints to the International Sandwich Commission, which is in charge of this sort of thing.
Comedian J.B. Smoove was on the "Rich Eisen Show," where he hinted that Larry David may be interested in bringing back "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
Basketball season is almost here, and with that comes the prospect of NBA players guest starring on our favorite TV shows. Sure, nine times out of ten, these cameos turn out awkward and stilted — but that can still be funny, right? (Especially when the NBA player is a foot taller than all the other actors.) With Shaquille O'Neal guest starring on Fresh Off the Boat this week, we’re looking back at eight memorable TV guest spots from NBA players through the years.