We give Burn Notice a shot—for the very first time.
On the seventh day of our holiday video countdown, we give you the origin story of a treasured Costanza family tradition.
Our pick of the best TV shows on Aussie screens this week, including premiers of Stephen Fry's QI and John Safran's Race Relations, finals of Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? and Rescue: Special Ops, plus The Seinfeld Reunion on Curb Your Enthusiasm.
In case you forgot, Sunday's episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm features the buzzworthy Seinfeld reunion. This being Larry David, his reasons for doing the reunion are wholly selfish, and this being Curb Your Enthusiasm, it won't go as planned.
Curb Your Enthusiasm owes us. It's been almost two years since a new episode aired, and the long hiatus has been too cruel. Now that it's back, it better be extra funny to make up for such a long time away. So it was with towering expectations that we watched the first three episodes of the new season, premiering this Sunday, September 20, on HBO. We're now willing to forgive Curb for leaving us, as long as it never happens again.
Currently, the BBC consists of nine TV channels, dozens of radio stations and numerous online outlets, so it's no wonder the corporation wants to scale down. Criticised in the past for taking on too much, it's now considering cutting its expenditure by dropping international acquisitions, and possibly even some channels. But what does this mean for our favourite American shows?
We were surprised and delighted when we heard that Curb Your Enthusiasm will get a seventh season. Then the news broke that Seinfeld's four main cast members -- Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Michael Richards -- would all be playing themselves in the new season, and we were interested but also cautious.
It's Wednesday night -- and Bear Grylls is back!
Spinal Tap is Back from the Dead!
The 11-year post-Seinfeld slump that has plagued the careers of the show's main stars may finally be coming to an end. Since Seinfeld, the gang has had bad luck in the entertainment business, thanks to canceled shows and unsuccessful efforts to break out of their Seinfeld characters. Today, however, the Seinfeld foursome (and not just Julia Louis-Dreyfus this time) are all working on interesting projects, in TV and film. Dare we say it? Is the curse broken?
Holy heck yeah!! This certainly doesn't qualify as simply a Yada-yada-yada moment; the principal cast members of arguably the best sitcom of all time--Seinfeld--are getting the band back together for more laughs. Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Michael Richards have all signed on for a multiple-episode arc on HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm, reports EW.com.
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