'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...
Though it doesn't make a tremendous deal of itself with epic promotional campaigns, clips and trailers, we're incredibly excited for FX to premiere the third season of Louis C.K.'s 'Louie' on June 28 at 10:30. So far pretty much all we've seen is Louie getting trash blown in his face while the critics sing the show's praises, so what's on deck for season 3? And will it involve airline peanuts?
With Julia Louis-Dreyfus' new show 'Veep' premiering on HBO this Sunday, we thought it would be fun to take a look at the cast of 'Seinfeld' and some of the projects they've been involved in since the show ended in 1998. They haven't always been good (and some have been pretty bad) but it's always good to have them around.
Lucky for us, our favorite neurotic quartet just can't stay off our television screens.