The real Larry David fans will have to curb their frenzy for now.
The two-part HBO documentary “The Story of Larry David,” which “casts a new light on the notorious skeptic who remains a unique vocalist in comedy today,” was scrapped late on Wednesday. Two, a day before the scheduled premiere on March 1. .
“#LarryDavidStory on @HBOMax is being postponed. Instead, Larry decided he wanted to do it in front of an audience. Stay tuned for more,” tweeted the official Twitter account of the HBO Documentary.
The news arrived just two weeks after the network Documentary Film Announcedthis is supposed to give fans of the 74-year-old comedian a “peeking behind the proverbial veil“As He Reflects On His Road to Success and Life Lessons” from humble beginnings as a sloppy Brooklyn kid to becoming America’s most beloved deviant. ”
“The level of engagement Larry David has at HBO… wow!” tweeted another fan. “Just a few hours before it was released. King.”
Brooklyn native David created the popular sitcoms “Seinfeld” and “Constrain Your Passions,” which will be discussed in the documentary about David’s life, along with the themes. like parenting and metaphysics.
“Curb your enthusiasm,” premiered in 2000, while “Seinfeld” ended in 1998, premiering its 11th season last year. The show was nominated for 47 Emmy Awards and won the 2002 Golden Globe Award for Best Comedy Series.
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