If Will & Grace didn’t kick in the TV revival door, Roseanne certainly blew it off the hinges. There’s still a few major TV revivals to ponder, but NBC brass now say Seinfeld or Friends will never happen.
It’s official – er, officially possible. Seinfeld has long been seen as the holy grail of potential TV revivals, and its star and co-creator finally concedes that Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer may join the ranks of iconic TV shows brought back for an encore.
If you, like millions of other fans, have been hoping for a 'Seinfeld' reunion, don't get excited. The subject of a reunion is not in the works,but 'Hollywood Reporter' did ask Jerry Seinfeld how he envisions a reunion show.
Here's what he had to say:
If you're not familiar with the series, let me give you the premiss, Jerry takes friends to get coffee. It's like a show about nothing.
There you have the whole show in a nutshell. the results vary from guest to guest, but it's a fun watch.
Here are Jerry and Dave going for coffee.
Either as a way to pay homage to the legendary Abbott & Costello or merely a way to confuse the heck out young audiences, 'Late Night' host Jimmy Fallon performed a sequel to the always mind-boggling 'Who's On First?' routine. By his side stood some living legends who successfully delivered the hysterical sketch, making it a complete win.
You know, it’s been a good long while sinec we’ve seen Jerry Seinfeld on TV in anything worthwhile (yes, we absolutely refuse to count ‘The Marriage Ref’). We know he’ll be appearing later this season in an intriguing extended arc on FX’s comedy gem ‘Louie?’ but what’s the ‘Seinfeld’ comedian’s new web series all about? The first teaser may or may not provide the answer…
Seinfeld fans, rejoice.
The show may have been off the air for years, but @SeinfeldStories is here to remind you why you fell in love with Jerry, Elaine, Kramer and George in the first place — and you don’t even have to turn on a TV.