Jerry Seinfeld Turned Down Offer to Do Live Seinfeld Revival Episode
Has Larry David’s recent decision to bring back Curb Your Enthusiasm inspired Jerry Seinfeld to revive his eponymous ’90s sitcom? The short answer: “No!” — not that there’s anything wrong with that. READ MORE
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Seinfeld's Jason Alexander Sorry for Comments About 'Impossible' Co-Star
Seinfeld‘s Jason Alexander is mastering his domain — in the art of the backpedal. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Tate Donovan's Sex-y Role, Key & Peele Return Date and More
Tate Donovan wants to talk about Sex — with Allison Janney, specifically.
The Damages actor will guest-star on Masters of Sex‘s third season, appearing in two episodes as READ MORE
Hulu to Exclusively Host All Seinfeld Episodes, Walking Dead Spinoff
Starting in June, Hulu will be the only place you can stream any Seinfeld episode of your choosing — not that there’s anything wrong with that. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Runway's Celeb Judges, Alias Vet Joins The Returned and More
Eighteen new designers are ready to “make it work.” But can they impress Modern Family‘s Julie Bowen and Pretty Little Liars‘ Shay Mitchell? READ MORE
A Legit Seinfeld Reunion Is Coming (But Where?)
What’s the deal with the Seinfeld reunion? And with airline peanuts?
Days after word spread that Jerry Seinfeld, former costar Jason Alexander and Seinfeld cocreator Larry David had met up to film something at Tom’s Restaurant in New York City (aka the defunct sitcom’s fictional “Monk’s”) …READ MORE
Writers Guild Names 101 Best-Written Shows Ever: What Made the List? What Got Snubbed?
The Writers Guild of America unveiled its picks for the 101 best-written TV series of all time over the weekend, and The Sopranos whacked the competition.
HBO’s seminal mob drama snagged the top spot on the highly subjective and sure-to-be-picked-apart list …READ MORE
Is Seinfeld the Greatest Sitcom of All Time?
Seinfeld has been voted the greatest sitcom of all time — not that there’s anything wrong with that. Or is there?