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Originally posted 06/03/2015 09:40AM
After years and years of sneaking snippets of Seinfeld reruns at the gym, the "show about nothing" is finally coming to our computers in easily streamable, easily bingeable form.
Thanks to a $180 million deal with Sony Pictures Television, every episode of Seinfeld will be on Hulu starting June 24, and we've already planned a couple of sick days for the occasion.
In anticipation of the release, we've put together this quiz of Seinfeld trivia. Find out if you're the ultimate superfan, or whether you have some serious studying to do before June 24.
Originally posted 04/29/2015 03:25PM
Seinfeld is finally coming to a computer near you.
According to Variety, Hulu has signed a subscription video-on-demand deal with Sony Pictures Television that will bring all 180 episodes of the comedy to the streaming service starting in June.
To mark this milestone, we've taken the Seinfeld cast through a spin in our Photoshop time machine, back to the show's first years. (You might call us the original double dippers.)
See Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer posing with their younger selves, below.
Originally posted 11/23/2014 05:05PM
Saturday Night Live took on the Bill Cosby scandal this weekend by turning one of his own famous lines against him.
"Hey Bill Cosby, pull your damn pants up," Weekend Update anchor Michael Che said. "I've always wanted to say that."
Originally posted 07/05/2014 08:00AM
The very first episode of Seinfeld was broadcast July 5, 1989.
Originally posted 01/02/2014 08:30AM
Kirstie Alley and John Travolta may be longtime buddies, but only recently have they taken their relationship to a whole new level.
Originally posted 11/02/2007 12:00PM
Jerry Seinfeld says his former Seinfeld costar Michael Richards is still haunted by his racist outburst during a live standup show last November but is hopeful he can eventually return to show business.
Speaking to Larry King on CNN Thursday night, Seinfeld, 53, said Richards, 58, is doing better than he was – but continues to deeply regret what he said.
Originally posted 12/01/2006 02:45PM
The four African-American comedy club guests Michael Richards insulted on Nov. 17 will meet with the former Seinfeld star in person to receive his apology.
Originally posted 11/30/2006 08:15AM
Mel Gibson feels Michael Richards's pain.
Originally posted 11/20/2006 07:10PM
Just hours after an online video surfaced of his racist tirade at a comedy club, former Seinfeld star Michael Richards appeared on CBS's Late Show with David Letterman Monday night to apologize.
Originally posted 11/20/2006 02:00PM
Michael Richards, a.k.a. Kramer from Seinfeld, hurled racial epithets at black audience members who apparently heckled him at a standup show in L.A. on Friday night.
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