Seinfeld

The Most Underrated ‘Seinfeld’ Episodes Now Available on Hulu

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by Matt Singer June 26, 2015 @ 1:21 PM
Sony
Even though Seinfeld ended its nine-season run on NBC in 1998, it’s never really gone off the air. It’s been kept alive through endless reruns and syndication, on DVD, and by the endless quoting of fans (yada yada yada). But there’s renewed interest in Seinfeld this week with the series’ debut on Hulu. Every Hulu subscriber can watch all 180 episodes of the landmark sitcom right now, which is leading a lot of folks to revisit their old favorites, or discover the show for the first time.

The ‘Seinfeld’ Cast Hated Working With Susan, So They Conspired to Kill Her

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 4, 2015 @ 9:52 AM
NBC
Seinfeld is truly the gift that keeps on giving, whether bestowing all its episodes on modarn platforms like Hulu, putting Jerry and Elaine on the road together, or unveiling surprise stories of the past. Latest from the treasure trove is Jason Alexander’s explanation of Heidi Swedberg’s Susan Ross, whom the cast apparently hated working with, and conspired together to kill off.

‘Seinfeld’ Moves Exclusively to Hulu With Streaming Rights

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 29, 2015 @ 9:54 AM
NBC
As much as we like to imagen Seinfeld today, Hulu may soon corner the market on Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer’s exploits. The streaming service has announced an exclusive streaming deal for everyone’s favorite show about nothing, moving all 180 Seinfeld episodes onto Hulu for years to come.

100 Interesting TV Facts You May Not Know

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 29, 2015 @ 7:52 AM
NBC / AMC / Showtime / FOX
Well hello there, TV super-fan! Did you know that Breaking Bad breakout Jesse Pinkman was almost killed off in Season 1? How about that Joss Whedon hated the original Buffy theme song, or Curb Your Enthusiasm served as a murder alibi? Can you imagine LOST starring Michael Keaton? Why yes, we ​do​ have more where that came from!

The Top-Rated Television Shows of the Last 60 Years

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by ScreenCrush Staff March 18, 2015 @ 11:40 AM
NBC
Over the past 60 years, just 26 shows have held the coveted title of a season’s top-rated series. They run the gamut from sitcoms to Westerns to medical dramas to soap operas and back. Viewers’ taste remains fascinatingly cyclical; 60 years ago, the most popular show in America was a game show; 45 years later, a similar game show reigned supreme. Some of the shows in this gallery remained firmly ingrained in the fabric of popular culture; others have faded away. (Paging Dr. Marcus Welby...) But at one point in time (or, in a few cases, at several points) these 26 series were the most popular in the entire country.

‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Season 9: Larry David Puts Low Odds on HBO Return

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 16, 2014 @ 3:08 PM
HBO
We’ve heard before of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ and ‘Seinfeld’ creator Larry David’s open HBO invitation to return for another season, but the former series may have the latter to blame for its holdup. A recent interview sees David doubting his return for another season of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm,’ as the ‘Seinfeld’ finale may have soured him on wrapping things up.

‘The Simpsons’ Get ‘Frozen’ and More in Christmas Couch Gag

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 4, 2014 @ 11:25 PM
FOX
Were ‘The Simpsons’ to plop down for a Christmas couch gag, you’d better believe we’ll get a ‘Frozen’ reference and never let it go. Watch FOX’s favorite animated family tackle Elsa, Olaf and the rest, as well as a smorgasbord of Christmas parodies from ‘Seinfeld’ to ‘Chronicles of Narnia’ and back!

'Friends' At 20: Less Really is More

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by Mike Ryan September 19, 2014 @ 11:47 AM
Getty
It’s always bizarre to re-watch the pilot episode of a long-running television series, especially a situation comedy. Both ‘Friends’ and ‘ER’ are celebrating the 20th anniversaries of their debut over the next few days, but watching the ‘ER’ pilot almost feels like watching a movie. The pace of ‘ER’ came first and the characters were established later (we didn’t get to know too much about Noah Wyle’s John Carter, other than that he was new and that he was scared). ‘Friends’ didn’t have this luxury. The first scene of ‘Friends’ takes place in a coffee shop, so we really have no choice other than to meet these people. And the thing is, in this first episode, these people are kind of awful.

The Lost Episode Of ‘Seinfeld’ That No One Has Ever Seen (and Never Will)

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by Mike Ryan July 9, 2014 @ 9:50 AM
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.

'Seinfeld' Reunion: Watch Jerry and George Return for 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee'!

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick February 2, 2014 @ 7:38 PM
Crackle
http://youtu.be/0SsFsdxXlTY
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'!