“Curb Your Enthusiasm,” Season 10: Review

Author: David Korzeniowski

“Curb Your Enthusiasm,” Season 10: Review

In this unexpected season of binge-watching and free time, Larry David’s latest season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” provides a welcome distraction, countless laughs and is not to be missed. 

David, the co-creator of “Seinfeld,” who plays himself, navigates awkward social interactions with jarring honesty and a lack of empathy. From encounters with his ex-wife to becoming a newsstand attendant to nearly getting kicked out of his golf club, David constantly finds himself upsetting his close friends, backtracking and apologizing with a hilarious lack of grace. 

With a star-studded cast, highlighted by regulars Jeff Garlin, Ted Danson, Richard Lewis and Cheryl Hines and features such as Jonah Hill, Jon Hamm, Mila Kunis and Vince Vaughn, “Curb Your Enthusiasm” presents some of the biggest names in Hollywood navigating everyday settings familiar to viewers. 

Come for the dry, sarcastic humor. Stay for the simple, yet brilliantly written, episodes and characters. David’s comedic genius, born in the “Seinfeld” years, can still be enjoyed fully in season 10 of “Curb Your Enthusiasm."