Seinfeld Reboot Would Seem Sad Says Jerry Seinfeld

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Seinfeld Reboot Would Seem Sad Says Jerry Seinfeld

In the anticipation of Seinfeld coming to Netflix in October, Jerry Seinfeld explains why he is not interested in a revival for the show.

Jerry Seinfeld thinks a Seinfeld revival would be sad to do. The hit comedy co-created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld ran for nine seasons on NBC starting in 1989, revolving around the daily lives of four friends living in New York City. The show stars Seinfeld playing a fictionalized version of himself, Jason Alexander as his neurotic, insecure best friend, Julia Louis-Dreyfus as his former girlfriend Elaine Benes, and Michael Richards as Cosmo Kramer, his wacky, rogue neighbor across the hall. Seinfeld is also known for having many memorable recurring characters including Newman, Jackie Chiles, David Puddy, and The Soup Nazi.

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The series has often been described as “a show about nothing,” refusing to have any episode where the characters learned life lessons or achieved personal growth and instead drew its humor from exploring the minute aspects and indifference of life. Seinfeld is considered one of the greatest sitcoms in the history of television, winning many awards for the cast and crew, including an Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series. In a time where streaming has taken over and viewers have been discovering and revisiting classic shows, there have been a number of revivals of successful series such as Will & GraceDexter, and Sex & The City.

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