Netflix has a new announcement to make, and yada, yada, yada, Seinfeld on the way.
On Wednesday, September 1, the streaming service revealed that all 180 episodes of the Emmy-winning sitcom from co-creators Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David will be available for viewing on October 1st. Back in 2015, Hulu had acquired the streaming rights to the usual 1990s show nine seasons before Netflix bought them in 2019, and the series left Hulu in June 2021 – not that there is anything wrong with that.
Netflix released a humorous press release written as if the comedy, which was the most popular TV series, when it announced in May 1998 and has since been named by TV Guide as the biggest show ever, was an exciting project that had not yet made its mark.
“This is the first time we’re taken a risk of this kind and going all in on nine seasons at the jump,” says Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos said in a statement. “But Jerry has created something special with this sitcom that no one has ever done. I really believe he and Mr. David have a huge future ahead of them and I’m excited that Netflix could be the home for them to grow. their fan bases. “
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