It’s been two long, weary years since Zach Galifianakis and Scott Aukerman blessed us with a new edition of Between Two Ferns — the irreverent talk show in which Galifianakis, playing a more obnoxious version of himself, interviews (or makes fun of) various guests between a pair of ferns. But Galifianakis has finally returned with a new episode, this time featuring special guests Jerry Seinfeld, Cardi B and a surprise Seinfeld reunion.
If Will & Grace didn’t kick in the TV revival door, Roseanne certainly blew it off the hinges. There’s still a few major TV revivals to ponder, but NBC brass now say Seinfeld or Friends will never happen.
It’s official – er, officially possible. Seinfeld has long been seen as the holy grail of potential TV revivals, and its star and co-creator finally concedes that Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer may join the ranks of iconic TV shows brought back for an encore.
In a move that would make for a great 'Seinfeld' episode -- 'What's the deal with hugs?' -- the comedian sidestepped an attempted squeeze from Kesha at last night's (June 5) National Night of Laughter and Song event.
Seinfeld is one of the most iconic sitcoms in television history. Created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld, Seinfeld ran from 1989 to 1998. The show was set in an apartment building in Manhattan but taped entirely in Los Angeles.
The iconic and still-relatable Seinfeld famously identified itself as a "show about nothing," but did you know that Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld envisioned the actual series with a specific focus? Or that Elaine didn't even appear in the pilot? Giddy up, it's time for the 19th episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?,’ which grabs a cup of Monk's coffee to talk about nothing with Seinfeld!
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.
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.