J.B. Smoove is pumped to be filming Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 10 in the first sneak peek. In addition to releasing the first teaser for Season 10, the hit series now has an official Instagram account, which currently has the trailer as its first and only post. Larry David fans were shocked to learn that the new season was happening so quickly after the last season. David has been known to take long breaks in between seasons, but is always down to come back and take the opportunity to annoy people.

The Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 10 trailer doesn't preview what we're going to see in the upcoming season. Instead, we see J.B. Smoove behind-the-scenes, getting pumped to start filming. However, he's soon alerted to the fact that he's actually not working that day, which leads to some quick thinking by the comedian. Smoove then breaks on to the set and enters a scene between Jeff Garlin and Larry David, who are having a discussion about sesame seeds, catching the two actors off guard.

J.B. Smoove tries to interject himself into the scene, which is shown in the different camera angles, only to have Larry David throw him out off set. It's actually a perfect teaser trailer for Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 10, and proves that Instagram could be a great place to drop short original content to promote the upcoming season as well. It also helps that Smoove is hilarious and has amazing chemistry with David and Jeff Garlin, so hopefully we see a lot more of these short little teaser trailers for Season 10 in the near future.

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Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 10 started filming last month. HBO has yet to announce a premiere date, but since production is underway, it wouldn't be surprising to see the cult-favorite show make a return next year, possibly by next fall. However, Larry David can end up taking some extra time to get the show together, to make it the best that it can be. With that being said, David wouldn't just return for the sake of just making it to 100 episodes. The comedian obviously feels that he has a worthy story arc to tell after last season.

Curb Your Enthusiasm started back in 2000 on HBO and has taken some breaks in between seasons over the last 18 years. In that time, the show has earned a total of 43 Primetime Emmy Award nominations, and has won twice for Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series for Robert B. Weide in 2003, and Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series for Steven Rasch for in 2012. Additionally, Curb Your Enthusiasm has been nominated five times at the Golden Globes. While the release date for Season 10 is a mystery for the time being, it's just good to know that the show is coming back. You can check out the trailer for the upcoming season below, provided by the official Curb Your Enthusiasm Instagram account.