All 4 will drop the first three seasons of Seinfeld online on February 7 after inking a deal Sony Pictures Television. The streamer will then release one season every Friday over the course of six weeks.
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It means that by mid-March, every episode of Seinfeld will be available on All 4. This will continue until Netflix becomes the show’s home early next year.
The show about a standup comedian was available in the UK on Amazon Prime until early last year, but now users have to pay to watch individual episodes or seasons.
All 4 managing editor Charlie Palmer said: “In making it available for free, we hope to bring a whole new audience to a show that has already earned an enduring and loyal fanbase.”