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A 2007 clip of Seinfeld taking umbrage to King's question about being canceled has gone viral.
The Festivus episode first aired Dec. 18, 1997, and it continues to be celebrated each Dec. 23.
At first, the episode was thought to be a dud. Overnight, it evolved into a phenomenon.
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld was on “The Late Show” Tuesday, and the former "Seinfeld" star got a hilariously vulgar lesson in the latest broadcast standards and practices from Stephen Colbert.
Jerry Seinfeld appeared on Sunday’s "60 Minutes" and talked about New York returning to prominence once the COVID-19 pandemic is under control.
See how many of the absurd details you remember about "Seinfeld" with this quiz and... yada yada yada.
Actor and comedian Jerry Stiller has died, his son Ben Stiller shared on social media early Monday — and remembrances of the Seinfeld and King of Queens star quickly followed.
During the coronavirus pandemic, when most of us are staying at home, we’re going to spotlight products that you can enjoy from your couch, whether solo or in small groups, and leave out the rest. With that in mind, here are our picks for May 4-10, including the best deals we could find for each.
Netflix released the teaser Thursday for Jerry Seinfeld’s upcoming stand-up comedy special, “23 Hours to Kill,” his first original comedy special in 22 years.Watch the video above, see the poster below.NetflixIt looks like we may have finally found our new James Bond.Also Read: Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David Made 9 Figures Each in Huge 'Seinfeld'-to-Netflix Deal“23 Hours” is technically his second stand-up special with Netflix, proceeded by 2017’s “Jerry Before Seinfeld.” That one was a mix of classic jokes and stories from his youth, which is why this one needs that “original” qualifier we mentioned above. Prior to “Jerry Before Seinfeld,” the comic’s previous original stand-up comedy special was 1998’s “I’m Telling You for the Last Time.” An argument can even be made against that one’s original-ness, as its entire premise was that Jerry was retiring his iconic material.Seinfeld signed a production deal with Netflix in 2017 that guaranteed two comedy specials.The streaming giant is his new home. Jerry’s hit sitcom “Seinfeld,” which he co-created with Larry David (“Curb Your Enthusiasm”), moves from Hulu to Netflix in 2021. Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” series has already shifted from its former home at Sony Crackle to Netflix.“23 Hours to Kill,” an hourlong special taped at the Beacon Theater in New York City, debuts on May 5 on Netflix.Read original story Jerry Seinfeld Goes Full James Bond, Sort of, in Teaser for ’23 Hours to Kill’ Stand-up Special (Video) At TheWrap
Jerry Seinfeld is bringing some more laughs to Netflix with his latest stand-up special 23 Hours To Kill. The streamer is launching the hour-long special on May 5. It was filmed at the Beacon Theatre in New York and was part of the Seinfeld co-creator and star’s residency at the venue, the last few shows […]
“I had a choice to make: I could accept what I felt was pay discrimination or I could stand up for those who came before me and those who will come after me. I chose to stand up," says the "Precious" actress.
Jerry Seinfeld has defeated a lawsuit claiming he stole the Netflix hit "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" from a former colleague who said he had pitched the idea for the show a decade before its debut. U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan in Manhattan on Monday said Christian Charles took too long to sue, having waited six years to file his lawsuit after Seinfeld had in 2012 rejected his copyright claim. "Today's victory is a complete vindication," Seinfeld's lawyer, Orin Snyder, said in a statement.
Now it's tough to imagine "Seinfeld" without the (badly) dancing, big salad-eating, John F. Kennedy Jr.-spotting, pal-shoving Elaine Benes, but the character wasn't part of the pilot.
Eddie Murphy, Seth Rogen, Martin Short and other comedians to appear in eleventh season, which airs on Netflix July 19th
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The band Vampire Weekend enlisted Jonah Hill to direct a new music video for the song "Sunflower." The clip shows frontman Ezra Koenig at iconic locations on New York's Upper West Side, including Zabar's grocery store and Barney Greengrass. Part of Hill's signature indie style, the camera twists, turns and splits into multiple perspectives. Comedian […]
Kevin Hart's list of supporters has grown in the wake of his Oscars hosting controversy. The King of Comedy himself, Jerry Seinfeld, thinks Hart will come out unscathed.
Jessica Seinfeld's GOOD+ Foundation, which aims to nationally reduce multi-generational poverty, will host its annual benefit in September.
Ellen DeGeneres opened up about how it was a struggle to get to where she is today during her recently released episode of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee with Jerry Seinfeld. It’s been over 20 years since DeGeneres came out publicly in a Time article. What made it an even more groundbreaking moment in pop culture was that her character, Ellen Morgan, on her sitcom Ellen came out with her, becoming the first gay lead character on television.
The comedian weighs in on the fallout of the actress and the 'Roseanne' spinoff show.
The last episode of “Seinfeld” baffled many viewers and got numerous negative reviews. Today, surprisingly, it plays a good deal better.
One of the greatest documentaries ever made about the life of a comedian, “The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling” is an extremely funny, extremely moving, extremely warts-and-all look at the comic actor, who died in 2016.