HBO Taken Out Larry David Documentary From Its Platform
Larry David most awaited documentary scheduled to premiere on 1 March on HBO, but as the time draws near for its premiere, HBO pulled the documentary without sparing any minute.
It was an awkward incident for David himself who was taken aback with the incident. This left fans wondering what wrong has happened that such a big streaming platform had to take out this step.
Later HBO on its official Twitter account posted that Larry David’s documentary postponed for now. It also added instead Larry decided to perform live for his audience and asked to stay tuned for more information.
After the announcement on Twitter by HBO, fans went excited to see Larry performing live. One of the users asked how he would get a ticket to a live performance as he was in LA. Another user said, ‘Audience work? That’s cool! What is the process?’
— HBO Documentaries (@HBODocs) March 1, 2022
It is evident seeing audience reaction that despite Larry’s documentary didn’t stream on the platform but fans excited enough to see their favorite comedian performing live for them. And despite HBO pull back the most anticipated documentary from its platform, it still give his fans a big treat.
About the documentary
David’s documentary, divided into two parts, which give behind the scene of the 74-year-old comedian’s life. It covers both his personal and professional life in a most iconic way. But now as the documentary pulled back from HBO, it is hard to tell when fans can once again see David’s past life on their screen.
It is expected that after the live performance, the documentary will be released on a new date. But until then fans who couldn’t join Larry performing live will have to wait for further notice from HBO.