Jerry Seinfeld Teases Possible ‘Seinfeld’ Reunion: ‘Something Is Going To Happen’

Is a Seinfeld revival in the works? During a stand-up show in Boston over the weekend, Jerry Seinfeld teased that possibility or something of that sort. Seinfeld referred to the iconic comedy series finale, telling the crowd that he has a “little secret” and that “something is going to happen” related to that ending. “It hasn’t happened yet,” he teased. “And just what you are thinking about, Larry [David] and I have also been thinking about, so you’ll see … you’ll see.”

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‘Seinfeld’ Gets Launch Date On Netflix

Break out the Drake’s Coffee Cakes and the Junior Mints: Netflix has set a debut date for Seinfeld. The classic sitcom, to which the streamer acquired global rights in a $500 million deal with distributor Sony two years ago, will make its Netflix bow on Oct. 1. The show has called Hulu home for the past six years.

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‘Seinfeld’ Set To Leave Hulu On June 23, Move To Netflix

Netflix is actually the beneficially for this latest big off-net comedy move following a $500 million-plus deal in 2019 to acquire the Show About Billions.

Viacom Nabs ‘Seinfeld’ Cable Rights

Just days after Netflix landed global streaming rights to Seinfeld, currently on Hulu, the classic NBC sitcom also has found a new cable home. Viacom has acquired the exclusive cable syndication rights to Seinfeld in a deal with Sony Pictures Television.

Netflix Lands ‘Seinfeld’ Rights

Netflix has landed worldwide rights to the iconic sitcom in a five-year deal with distributor Sony. The show will move from current rightsholder Hulu when its deal is up in 2021.

No Going Back To ‘Seinfeld’ For Jerry

Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee returns to Netflix for its 11th series on Friday, but the comedian says he’s not looking to ever return to his eponymous series. “I wouldn’t be arrogant enough to think I could do it again,” Seinfeld says. “That’s egomaniacal.”

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Hulu Sets ‘Seinfeld’ Full-Series Premiere Date

Hulu will launch the entire run of classic ’90s sitcom Seinfeld — spanning 180 episodes over nine seasons in all — on June 24 under its recently announced exclusive pact with Sony Pictures Television.

Hulu Paying $180M To License ‘Seinfeld’

In another sign that Hulu is stepping up its game, the digital video giant has landed the SVOD rights to Seinfeld, cutting a deal with Sony Pictures TV for all 180 episodes of the enduring NBC comedy. The deal is said to be valued at just under $1 million an episode, which translates to a nearly $180 million windfall to be split by distributor Sony TV, Time Warner’s Castle Rock and Seinfeld profit participants, including star/co-creator Jerry Seinfeld and co-creator Larry David. The pact is expected to be announced at Hulu’s upfront presentation today.

‘Seinfeld’ Close To Streaming Deal

Seinfeld is about to become master of a whole new domain: the Internet. Sony Pictures Television, a unit of Sony Corp., is in advanced talks to sell reruns of the hit 1990s NBC sitcom to an online video service, and expects to have a deal wrapped up in the next few weeks, people familiar with the situation said.

At Med School, ‘Seinfeld’ About More Than Nothing

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) – “Seinfeld” may have been a show about nothing, but a psychiatry professor is using it for much more than that. Medical students at Rutgers Robert […]

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‘Seinfeld’ Getting Fifth Cycle In Syndication

Sony Pictures Television’s comedy continues its syndication run through 2017.

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Outrageous! ‘Seinfeld’ Character Reborn Online

NEW YORK (AP) — Outrageous! Egregious! Preposterous! More than a decade after “Seinfeld” ended, one of the TV series’ most beloved characters has been reborn online. Jackie Chiles, the fast-talking […]