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Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 12 Episode 10: What To Expect?

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Curb Your Enthusiasm is a show that doesn’t need any kind of introduction. This comedy show has been going on for years and has become a massive success thanks to its natural and improvised humor. Larry David is the creator as well as the lead actor of this show which has been running for 11 seasons.

Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 12 Episode 10
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Fans will be sad to know that the upcoming Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 12 Episode 10 will be the finale of the story. Because of this, they want to know every detail about this episode.

What Is Curb Your Enthusiasm All About?

Curb Your Enthusiasm has Larry David playing the main role which is an exaggerated version of himself. Just like the real Larry, the character was a writer and producer on TV and is now in a semi-retired stage. Most of the show deals with the humor in the mundane things of life. The actors mostly improvise the dialogue while the plot and a basic outline of the script is written.

The first season aired on October 15, 2000, on HBO and ran till December 17, 2000. The ten-episode show got acclaim from everyone and it became a success. Since then, the makers have come up with 11 seasons.

Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 12 started on February 4, 2024, and it’s the last season of the show. David is also the executive producer of the show along with Jeff Garlin, Robert B. Weide, Alec Berg, David Mandel, Jeff Schaffer, Larry Charles, Gavin Polone, Tim Gibbons and Erin O’Malley.

What Happened In Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 12 Episode 9?

Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 12 Episode 9 was called Ken/Kendra and it was released on March 31st, 2024. Jeff Schaffer directed the episode and co-wrote it with Larry David. It starts with Larry gearing up for his trial for a fight that took place earlier. However, he gets into a mishap with the massager of Cheryl that dents his reputation.

What Happened In Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 12 Episode 9?
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Later, Larry tries introducing the girl to his friend Bruce Springsteen who wants to meet him for the things that happened in the region of Atlanta. Things escalate for Larry after he gets COVID and eventually Bruce gets it from him.

What To Expect From Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 12 Episode 10?

Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 12 Episode 10 is titled No Lessons Learned and it’s the final episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm. A 59-second long finale trailer has been revealed by the makers which gives a glimpse towards an emotional finale. It reads, ‘say farewell to a beloved icon’ but the emotional tone quickly changes into comedy after a lot of people tell him to get out and leave in a very funny manner.

The video continues to showcase different situations where Larry got into trouble for pissing people off. The synopsis of the episode reveals that Larry will move back to Atlanta where he will help Richard with his love life. He will also spill a very interesting secret about Cheryl.

The episode will be emotional since it marks the last television appearance of Richard Lewis (who plays Richard) as he recently passed away. It will star Larry David, Jeff Garlin, Cheryl Hines and J. B. Smoove along with others.

Do We Have A Release Date?

Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 12 Episode 10 will be released on Sunday, April 7th, 2024 at 10 pm (ET). It will be around 26 to 58 minutes. But considering that its the finale, the duration of the episode might be longer than normal. The episodes are also available on Max.


There is an entire generation of people who have grown up enjoying Curb Your Enthusiasm. The show has been making people laugh for many years. But every great story needs and deserves a great and satisfying. This is why the team is finally pulling the chord with this season.

Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 12 Episode 10 will be the last episode of the show and it will end the journey of the namesake character and his fun adventures in the city. While the episode will surely be funny, we can expect an emotional dose towards the end as well.

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