‘Seinfeld’ Finally Gets Netflix Release Date

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Rolling Stone 01 September, 2021 - 10:25am 34 views

Is Seinfeld on Netflix?

Netflix has announced that Seinfeld will finally arrive on the streaming platform October 1st. ... Seinfeld's arrival on Netflix has been two years in the making, with the platform announcing it had acquired the classic sitcom's streaming rights — for a whopping $500 million — back in 2019. Rolling Stone‘Seinfeld’ Finally Gets Netflix Release Date

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Here’s a weird one: Sony has launched the PlayStation Store Sale this September 1 at a weird hour. It’s called the “Essential Picks” sale, and has over 170 games available! Check out the full list of games for sale below. Note that this is for the North America version of the sale, and the Asia and UK ones might have different listings.

That seems to be it. If there’s a “Games Under” sale like two weeks ago, we’ll be sure to let our readers know. Last week’s sale was for PSVR titles, so if you’re interested in that, head on over here.

Which games are worth getting? Share your picks down below to let other bargain hunters know.

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Netflix Hypes Its ‘Hottest New Show’ Called SEINFELD in Teaser

Yahoo Lifestyle 01 September, 2021 - 02:20pm

Netflix says little-known comedy series Seinfeld drops on October 1

The A.V. Club 01 September, 2021 - 10:11am

Here’s what Netflix says about it:

Netflix will launch 180 episodes of a situational comedy called Seinfeld, created by rising New York comedian Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, who wrote for Saturday Night Live for a single season.

The show completed production in May (of 1998) and is slated for release on the Netflix platform in its entirety on October 1, 2021.

Bookended by Seinfeld’s stand-up material, the 180 episodes of the sitcom explore the minutiae of the comic’s everyday life as he navigates his relationships with a talented ensemble cast, including Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Troll, Family Ties), Michael Richards (UHF, Fridays) and Jason Alexander (Pretty Woman).

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