HBO Programming President Michael Lombardo and CEO Richard Plepler answered questions about the futures of some of their shows at the Television Critics Association press tour, including the prospects for “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “Game of Thrones,” reports TheWrap.com.
HBO airs new seasons of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” when creator Larry David feels like it, the story notes. Lombardo said he ran into David at an event, but he said he was too busy for the rest of 2014.
“So I said, 'Larry, should I just emotionally get "Curb" out of my head?' He goes, ‘No, no, no, no, no.’ What can I tell you? As long as he's still thinking about it, we have a place for him,” Lombardo said.
The pair also said they will keep airing “Game of Thrones” as long as George R.R. Martin keeps writing books, and that the network is evaluating Damon Lindelof’s “The Leftovers” to decide on a renewal.