Jerry Seinfeld appears to like giving advice during Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) sessions. In his first AMA earlier this year, he disclaimed responsibility for the Seinfeld productivity method and explained the value of meditation. In...Show More Summary
YouTube Link The Movies Insights YouTube Channel created another of their ten facts videos; this time around, the focus is on Seinfeld. How many times did Jerry say "Hello Newman" in an utterly disgusted tone? Fans of the show should take a guess and then hit play. Via Tastefully Offensive.
What’s the deal with Seinfeld not being on Netflix?!? We’ve been asking ourselves that question for years! But brace yourselves, people! Because the funniest show to EVER be on television might soon be coming to the on-demand streaming media site! When we first heard rumors about this awhile back, we were like, “Oh yeah, suuuuure. [...]
Did Jerry Seinfeld just confirm that Seinfeld is coming to Netflix?! Seinfeld, one of the highest rated sitcoms of all time, the show about nothing, the show that gave us the Soup Nazi and the Sponge and the Kramer and the Chinese Restaurant, may indeed be available to stream via Netflix soon. Here’s what happened.
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During a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) yesterday, Jerry Seinfeld confirmed that he is currently in talks with Netflix to bring Seinfeld, the iconic sitcom of which he was the star and co-creator (with Larry David), to the digital streaming service, The Verge reported. Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld held a fun Reddit Ask Me Anything Thursday that came with a potentially big announcement. During the AMA, the comedian was asked if there is any word on "Seinfeld" potentially coming to Netflix. "Can you please convince [co-creator] Larry [David] to let it happen?" wrote Redditor Polestar X. Show More Summary
Rejoice, Seinfeld fans. The TV show about nothing may be headed to a Netflix screen near you Jerry Seinfeld hosted a Reddit AMA on Thursday where he dropped the news, after Reddit user PolestarX asked if there was "any word on Seinfeld...Show More Summary
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As we’ve seen in the past, Jerry Seinfeld tends to be good for a chat with his ardent fans. His latest Reddit Ask Me Anything found the comedian providing interesting tidbits on Seinfeld, Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, and his childhood. Show More Summary
Seinfeld fanatics are probably screaming a Kramer-esque “Jerry!” today after Jerry Seinfeld squashed their dreams of a reunion via Reddit. Taking part in his second “Ask Me Anything” session, Seinfeld responded to a fan asking about a sequel. I think you’re wrong. Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld did his second Reddit AMA on Thursday and gave the world his definitive answer on the possibility of a true Seinfeld reunion.
The comedian talks Netflix, whether "Seinfeld" would survive on TV today, and why he loves dumb questions
July marked the 25th anniversary of the premiere of NBC's Seinfeld, which is routinely held up as one of the greatest sitcoms in television history — but anyone hoping that we might someday get the chance to revisit Jerry, George, Elaine,...Show More Summary
The comedian tells Whitney about his new web series spinoff, Comic-Con and more.
While Jerry Seinfeld’s modern take on the talk show has featured an array of exotic motor vehicles and an eclectic set of guests, his latest episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is certainly a little off-center. Trading in classic… Watch Jerry Seinfeld’s ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ with Aziz Ansari is a post by Alec Banks on Highsnobiety.
A good comedian can rifle off a one-liner when put in the right situation. A great comedian, though, can fire off zingers in any situation. That much is obvious from the start of the latest episode of Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars...Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld’s eponymous show ended in 1998, and, “yada,yada, yada” he now stars in one of the most successful web series of all time. To promote ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ (CICGC) Seinfeld dropped by Facebook’s New York office last week to take part in a Q&A with fans on the CICGC page. Show More Summary
This week on Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, Jerry Seinfeld and Jon Stewart went to the famous Tick Tock Diner in New Jersey to get some coffee and some laughs. This week has also seen the manager of the Tick Tock plead guilty in a murder-for-hire scheme. Seinfeld has amended his Yelp review accordingly. Read more...