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Netflix has announced that Seinfeld will finally arrive on the streaming platform October 1st. Rolling Stone‘Seinfeld’ Finally Gets Netflix Release Date

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Netflix announces ‘Seinfeld’ premiere date

WATE 6 On Your Side 03 September, 2021 - 11:00am

All 180 episodes of “Seinfeld,” one of the most popular TV comedies of the 1990s, will be available on Netflix starting October 1, the streaming platform said in a statement.

Netflix bought the worldwide rights to “Seinfeld” in 2019 in a deal that allowed the show to stream on Hulu until 2021. Hollywood trade outlets said at the time that the deal was worth more than $500 million and beat offers from other streaming platforms as they raced to sign up popular content and new subscribers.

The 10-time Emmy Award-winning comedy about a group of friends living in New York City was created by comedians Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David and ended on NBC television in 1998 after nine seasons.

“Larry and I are enormously grateful to Netflix for taking this chance on us. It takes a lot of guts to trust two schmucks who literally had zero experience in television when we made this thing,” Seinfeld said in a tongue-in-cheek statement on Wednesday.

“We really got carried away, I guess. I didn’t realize we made so many of them. Hope to recoup god knows how many millions it must have taken to do. But worth all the work if people like it. Crazy project,” he added.

Seinfeld is Coming to Netflix This Fall

TechTheLead 03 September, 2021 - 11:00am

Maybe you’ve been in the Friends/Seinfeld debate, maybe you haven’t. One thing’s for sure: I’ve always been a Seinfeld fan, first and foremost. The reasons are many but we won’t go into them; what is important is that Netflix fought big time and won. The streaming platform will welcome the Seinfeld show this fall.

Until a couple of months ago, Hulu had first dibs on the crazy popular show from the 90s. I, for one, was resigned to the fact that they would never lose their grip on it and let it come to the equally popular Netflix service. But, lo and behold, Netflix announced it would this fall and in a better shape than ever.

This October, folks. In just a month, we’ll see Kramer, George, Jerry and Elaine again. And, for the first time in history, we’ll be able to see their adventures in the Big Apple in 4K.

The streaming service acquired the rights for it two years ago, in a time when Friends and The Office was giving it a hard time, amassing loads of viewers.

Now, they’re ready to compete and hopefully rise in audience with 180 episodes of Seinfeld, on October 1st.

Jerry Seinfeld, the comedian who started the show with Larry David, said in a statement: “It takes a lot of guts to trust two schmucks who literally had zero experience in television when we made this thing. We really got carried away, I guess. I didn’t realize we made so many of them. Hope to recoup god knows how many millions it must have taken to do. But worth all the work if people like it. Crazy project.”

Crazy indeed! Who recalls the Soup Nazi? Or the Chinese Restaurant? What about the Parking Garage and the Junior Mint? What was your favorite Seinfeld moment?

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Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) will start streaming the iconic sitcom ‘Seinfeld’ on its platform starting from October 1. Netflix will offer all 180 episodes of the show to the U.S. and most other markets.

Netflix saw two other high-profile shows – Friends and The Office – leave its platform over the last year or so for other streaming services. The addition of Seinfeld should help compensate to an extent.

Netflix is apparently spending over $500 million for the show in a five-year deal it signed in 2019 with Sony Pictures Television, which controls the rights. Although this may seem like a large sum, it’s not too big in the context of Netflix’s overall content spending which is likely to stand at around $17 billion this year alone.

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