'Curb Your Enthusiasm's' 'Larry David' is selling a new show ... Netflixへ?

以下は、についてのネタバレが含まれています “あなたの熱意を抑える” シーズンプレミア.

Larry David has spent the last 21 年 working for HBO. しかし、の世界では “あなたの熱意を抑える,” 平 “ラリー・デヴィッド” is selling a show to Netflix.

The Netflix subplot was just one part of the 11th-season premiere of the series, which as usual found David’s sitcom alter ego dealing with various indignities and irritations, from a friend who wouldn’t pay back a debt (others told him to back off because of the guy’s early-onset dementia) to fellow comic Albert Brooks deciding to host a “葬儀” for himself, allowing people to toast him while he’s still alive, and Jon Hamm (again playing himself) to try speaking Yiddish. (ブルックス’ older brother, Bob Einstein, appeared regularly onCurbbefore his death in 2019.)
David also experienced a problem in his relatively new relationship with Lucy Liu, the latest considerably-younger actress to come into his orbit, after walking into a sliding-glass door, causing her to see him more as a feeble old man than a potential romantic partner.
    それでも, perhaps the most eyebrow-raising wrinkle involved David pitching a comedy about a younger version of himself to HBO’s rival, Netflix, whose executives were eager to buy it. もちろん, there were immediate hiccups, with David pushing for an unqualified actress to be cast in order to make a potential lawsuit go away, and the notoriously prickly writer-producer telling executives they’d get along fine as long as nobody tried to give him notes about what to do.
      過去には, David’s fictional commercial endeavorssuch as Mel Brooks casting him inThe Producers” — have run throughout entire seasons, meaning that Netflix could be receiving plenty of marquee time on the HBO series. (Like CNN, HBO is a unit of WarnerMedia.)
          As Variety chief media analyst Andrew Wallenstein ツイート, “Can’t imagine WarnerMedia is thrilled the new ‘Curbepisode features Larry David’s ‘characterselling a show to Netflix.
          So how NS HBO feel about that? Network representatives declined to comment. But it seems like a pretty good sign that HBO doesn’t give the real Larry David a whole lot of notes either.