During the second season of ‘Seinfeld’ – on Wednesday, December 12, 1990, to be more exact – the cast sat down to read through the script for what would be the fourth episode of the season and only the ninth episode of a series that would go on to produce a total of 180 episodes. The episode was titled ‘The Bet.’ Sets for the episode had been built. Guest characters had been cast. ‘The Bet’ would never air.
FX's ‘Louie’’s finally returns from hiatus for its season 4 double-premiere "Back" and "Model," the first half of which sees Louie dealing with a few problems of his advancing age, while the second installment finds the sadsack comedian bombing at a benefit, only to rebound with a beautiful model before things go terribly wrong..
Last season’s ‘Louie’ finale “New Years Eve” saw Louie celebrating Christmas with his daughters, until his New Year's loneliness and an invitation from his sister (Amy Poehler) end up taking him to strange new places. So how do "Back" and "Model” begin the cycle of misery anew?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Louie’ season 4 premieres, “Back” and "Model"!
Too long we've waited for Louis C.K. to return to FX for the long-awaited fourth season of Emmy winner 'Louie,' and it seems the beloved comedian brought a few friends with him. Check out photos of '24: Live Another Day' and 'Dexter' star Yvonne Strahovski in Monday's 'Louie' season 4 premiere, along with Jerry Seinfeld and living legend Charles Grodin!
It's real! The Super Bowl has already brought us some incredible promo spots from the likes of 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier,' 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' and 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2,' but nothing quite so glorious as the long-awaited 'Seinfeld' reunion between Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander. Jerry himself may have told a white lie, as the full reunion spot has emerged as an episode of 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee'!
A few weeks ago, we were over the moon to learn that iconic comedian Jerry Seinfeld would re-team with his titular sitcom's creator Larry David for a hush-hush new project, though we've since learned its likely true nature. Seinfeld confirmed we'll be getting a 'Seinfeld' reunion short in the future with David and co-star Jason Alexander, but when can we expect to see it?
A few weeks ago we were over the moon to learn that Jerry Seinfeld and his titular sitcom's creator Larry David would reteam for a "huge" new project in the near future that neither could talk about, though it seems the cat's out of the bag now. Find out what brings David and Seinfeld together again, and whether or not we'll see the finished product on TV in the future!
'Seinfeld' and 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' creator Larry David can be a tough nut to crack with regard to future projects, given David's most recent underwhelming HBO effort 'Clear History' took the place of a new season for 'Curb,' but is his biggest project yet in the works? Jerry Seinfeld himself claims to have begun work on a new collaboration with former partner David, but what could it be?
'Seinfeld' has been on a roll of late, with '60 Minutes' naming it as the best sitcom of all time, Michael Richards making a long-awaited return to television in new sitcom 'Giant Baby,' and even Jason Alexander guesting in one of our personal favorites, 'Community.' And while the 'Curb Your Enthuisasm' reunion arc is about as close as we'd ever get to a true 'Seinfeld' reunion, new Twitter parody account 'Modern Seinfeld' tells us exactly what Jerry, George, Kramer and Elaine would get up to in 2012. Take a look inside!
The sitcom is, and always shall be, an ever-changing art. There exists no perfect formula for success between various three-camera and single-camera efforts over the years. While some may bemoan the heightened situations and laugh tracks of a three-camera outing like the modern 'Big Bang Theory,' others remember how 'Cheers' and 'Seinfeld' among others perfected the format. So according to a recent '60 Minutes' poll, what's the greatest sitcom of all time? Is it as funny as a bag of airline peanuts?
You know, it's been a good long while sinec we've seen Jerry Seinfeld on TV in anything worthwhile (yes, we absolutely refuse to count 'The Marriage Ref'). We know he'll be appearing later this season in an intriguing extended arc on FX's comedy gem 'Louie?' but what's the 'Seinfeld' comedian's new web series all about? The first teaser may or may not provide the answer...