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Most of the series revolves around David's interactions with his friends and acquaintances, with David often at odds with the other characters, usually to his detriment.
Despite this, the characters do not seem to harbor ill feelings toward each other for any extended period, and the cast has stayed stable throughout the show.
The series follows Larry in his life as a semi-retired television writer and producer in Los Angeles and later New York City.
Also starring are Cheryl Hines as his wife, Cheryl; Jeff Garlin as his manager, Jeff; and Susie Essman as Jeff's wife, Susie.
In June 2016, after a five-year absence, it was announced the series would return for a ninth season, scheduled to premiere in 2017.
The series stars Larry David as an extreme fictionalized version of himself.
Notable people who filled in fictional roles include Bob Odenkirk, Bea Arthur, Dustin Hoffman, Ed Asner, Sacha Baron Cohen, Stephen Colbert, Tim Meadows, Elisabeth Shue and Steve Coogan.
Among the show's many recurring roles, Richard Lewis, Ted Danson, and Wanda Sykes play fictionalized versions of themselves as old friends of Larry's with whom he frequently butts heads. Bob Einstein frequently appears as Marty Funkhouser, another of Larry's oldest friends. Loretta eventually becomes Larry's primary love interest for a time once he and Cheryl split up. Celebrities, including actors, comedians, authors, musicians and athletes, often make guest appearances on the show, with a large portion of them playing themselves, or fictional versions thereof.
Some of these guest stars are Mary Steenburgen, Mel Brooks, Michael York, Martin Scorsese, Ben Stiller, Martin Short, Lucy Lawless, David Schwimmer, Shaquille O'Neal, Rosie O'Donnell, Ricky Gervais, Michael J.
David's hometown of New York City is also featured in some episodes, most prominently in the eighth season.
Although David maintains an office, he leads a semiretired life in the series and is rarely shown working regularly, other than in season four, which centered on his being cast as the lead in the Mel Brooks musical The Producers, and in season seven, writing a Seinfeld reunion show.