- SEASON 1
- SEASON 2
- SEASON 3
- SEASON 4
- SEASON 5
- SEASON 6
- SEASON 7
- SEASON 8
- SEASON 9
- SEASON 10
Summary of Season 1 (2000) - 2 discs
"Seinfeld" co-creator Larry David stars in this off-kilter, oft-improvised comedy series as a writer who has $400 million in the bank and is married to the woman of his dreams -- but still manages to be baffled by everyday life. Shot without scripts, the show follows David around Los Angeles, blending reality and fiction to turn life's most banal moments into comedy gold. First-season celebrity guest stars include Ten Danson and Mary Steenburgen.
Summary of Season 2 (2001) - 2 discs
What you see is what you get with Larry David (in an Emmy-nominated role), star of this surreal improv sitcom based somewhat on his life as a comedy writer living in Los Angeles. In Season 2, Larry hopes to resurrect the career of one of his former "Seinfeld" stars. But mostly, he gets in hot water with his guileless but tactless approach to work and personal life, and hobnobs with celebrities such as Richard Lewis, Jason Alexander, Rita Wilson and more.
Summary of Season 3 (2002) - 2 discs
The bizarre adventures of producer Larry David continue in Season 3 of HBO's squirmingly realistic, Emmy-nominated comedy. Watch as Larry betrays rapper Crazy-Eyez Killah, whips up a batch of Benadryl brownies and is mistaken for a piñata by Ted Danson's kid. This season features regulars Jeff Garlin and Cheryl Hines and guests Ted Danson, Richard Lewis, Michael York, Joan Rivers, Paul Reiser, Alanis Morissette and Martin Short.
Summary of Season 4 (2004) - 2 discs
Larry David is back as his bombastic, socially inept TV version in yet another laugh-a-minute, Emmy-nominated season of the HBO series. This go-around, Larry gets a crack at co-starring in one of the biggest musicals on Broadway, "The Producers." As usual, Larry manages to irritate and anger his associates, including Ben Stiller and David Schwimmer, and even pushes ever-patient wife Cheryl to the brink as he tries to cash in an unusual anniversary promise.
Summary of Season 5 (2005) - 2 discs
Larry David returns to HBO for another season of his hit cinema verité-style show, capturing the tactless yet self-deprecating comedian's unpredictable interactions with his wife, Cheryl (Cheryl Hines), his manager, Jeff (Jeff Garlin), and a host of random celebrities. Shot virtually unscripted, Season 5 boasts hilarious guest stars including Shelley Berman, Ted Danson, Bob Einstein, Richard Lewis, Rosie O'Donnell, Ed O'Ross and Wanda Sykes.
Summary of Season 6 (2007) - 2 discs
This season, Larry fails to mend his misanthropic ways even after taking in a family left homeless by a hurricane. Before long, he also manages to put his marriage to Cheryl seriously out of whack.
Summary of Season 7 (2009) - 2 discs
Following a season that saw Larry (Larry David) separate from his wife, Cheryl (Cheryl Hines), and get his feet wet in the dating scene, this popular HBO sitcom returns for another round of neurotic fun in Season 7. Co-starring Jeff Garlin as Larry's long-suffering friend and manager Jeff, the series follows the fictionalized adventures of the Seinfeld co-creator, who manages to screw up absolutely every situation he encounters.
Summary of Season 8 (2011) - 2 discs
Alongside his sympathetic manager, Jeff (Jeff Garlin), and lovely wife, Cheryl (Cheryl Hines), neurotic and luckless television producer Larry stumbles into more painfully awkward and utterly hilarious predicaments involving his close friends and neighbors. Set in Los Angeles' wealthy Westside, the eighth season of this long-running HBO comedy series co-stars Susie Essman as Jeff's wife and a variety of Hollywood celebrities playing themselves.
Summary of Season 9 (2017) - 2 discs
Six years after the show's final season, TV comedy's favorite misanthrope, Larry David, assembles his on-camera friends, enemies and in-betweens for a last series of comic misunderstandings, petty gripes and Larry's gift for saying the wrong thing.
Summary of Season 10 (2020) - 2 discs
Larry David is back, once again landing himself in one self-inflicted faux pas after another in Season 10 of the award-winning comedy. This season, Larry gets into a series of escalating predicaments as he takes on a major project to spite a new adversary--which proves to be more complicated than he anticipated.