It appears that HBO is giving you more of a reason to stay indoors during the fall: Curb Your Enthusiasm is returning for a ninth season.
The network confirmed via YouTube that Larry David's hit show is officially coming back for a new season, after announcing its return in June, with a new promo trailer. And with a five-year gap between the last aired episode, there's no telling what the Seinfeld creator and friends will get into this season.
The comedy series remains HBO's longest-running scripted comedy series, amassing 80 episodes to date. The show will also feature the original cast, including David, Cheryl Hines, JB Smoove, Jeff Garlin, and Susie Essman.
In the short promo, David is shown dressed in a toga, with a wreath on top of his head, as the text "He Left, He Did Nothing, He Returned"—a spoof of the famous Julius Caesar quote, "I Came, I Saw, I Conquered"—dramatically fills the screen. At the end, David says, "That was good, let's go around again!"
The show's ninth season arrives on October 1. See the short promo clip, below.