Lauren Graham
Lauren Graham will star in “Curb Your Enthusiasm” Season 9 six years after the series went on a hiatus. Pictured: Graham at NBC and Vanity Fair's 2014-2015 television season event in Los Angeles on Sept. 16, 2014. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

“Curb Your Enthusiasm” Season 9 just cast Lauren Graham in a recurring role.

The “Gilmore Girls” actress will appear in two or three episodes of the upcoming season. While speaking with TV Line, Graham revealed that she worked with series creator Larry David almost exclusively for all of the scenes she filmed. “It was fantastic. There really is no greater joy than actually making Larry David laugh. And he really laughs hard,” she said.

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Graham will be giving life to a character that “has a very colorful language.” The actress is also excited to be part of “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” considering this is the first time the series will return to television after a six-year hiatus.

In addition, Graham’s appearance in the TV show will serve as the actress’ official return to television since November’s “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” reunion on Netflix. “It was the perfect answer to ‘What do I do now?’ because this character is completely not me at all. I speak in a way that I don’t speak ever,” she said.

The actress, who played the role of Lorelai, also dished on what was most challenging thing about filming her scenes for “Curb Your Enthusiasm. “All you get is an outline and then you improvise around it… And my brain doesn’t work like that,” she said.

Meanwhile, Graham was supposed to headline FOX’s new comedy TV show, “Linda From HR,” but the network decided to pass on the project. According to Deadline, the fate of Graham’s would-be TV show was sealed last week when the network did not give it an official series order.

“Linda From HR” was supposed to follow the life of Graham’s Linda Plugh, whose one bad decision changes her life forever. According to TV Line, the initial plan was to include the series in FOX’s 2017-2018 lineup, and it was supposed to air once a week for 30 minutes. The series previously cast “This Is Us” star Ryan Michelle Bathe as Sierra. Other actors who were tapped to be part of the comedy show were “Lucifer” guest star Tim DeKay, “Lois and Clark’s” Michael Landes and “Happy Endings” alum Zachary Knighton.