Published Apr 15, 2019While the final season of Game of Thrones may have only just begun, HBO has confirmed that some of its other hit series are set to return. Specifically, both Westworld and Larry David's long-running Curb Your Enthusiasm are coming back.
HBO reps confirmed the return of both shows to Deadline today. However, you will have to wait a while for new episodes of Westworld and Curb — both series aren't slated to come back until 2020.
In addition to Westworld and Curb Your Enthusiasm, HBO also revealed a new comedic thriller called Run is set to premiere in 2020. Coming up sooner, though, is also Big Little Lies Season 2, which returns on June 9 this year and just shared a new trailer.
HBO also has a few other new projects in the works, including Jordan Peele and J.J. Abrams' Lovecraft Country, Joss Whedon's The Nevers and Abrams' Contraband (which was previously going under the title of Demimonde). There will also be HBO's Perry Mason limited series starring former The Americans actor Matthew Rhys.
All these other projects so far, though, are TBA, so it's unclear when they will appear on HBO.