Jerry Seinfeld hints at a ‘Seinfeld’ reunion 25 years after the show ended

“Seinfeld” creator and co-star Jerry Seinfeld has hinted that a reunion of the popular sitcom may be in the works.

During a recent run of his comedy show, Seinfeld, 69, teased that he and co-creator Larry David were working on a special project for fans.

“Well, I have a little secret for you about the ending. But I can’t really tell you, because it’s a secret. Here’s what I’ll tell you. Okay? But you can’t tell anyone,” Seinfeld began. In an Instagram video shared by Boston Global Media CEO Linda Henry.

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From left to right, Michael Richards as Cosmo Kramer, Jason Alexander as George Costanza, Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Elaine Benes, and Jerry Seinfeld as Jerry Seinfeld. (Photo by Andrew Eccles/NBCU Image Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images)

“Something will happen that has to do with this ending. It hasn’t happened yet. And what you’re thinking, Larry and I were thinking too. So you’ll see.”

The audience could be heard cheering in the background as Seinfeld participated in a question-and-answer session after his stand-up performance at Boston’s Wang Theater on Saturday.

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The popular sitcom ran for nine seasons from 1989 to 1998, airing 180 episodes – and many fans wanted the hit show to continue, but Seinfeld felt differently at the time.

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“I remember when I was in season nine and I was thinking maybe it’s time to end this, and I remember calling Michael [Richards] And Julia [Louis-Dreyfus] And Jason [Alexander] “To my dressing room and we all sat there and stared at each other,” he told reporters during a press conference in 2021.

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“I was gone. I was thinking maybe this is the right moment for us to make a good exit.” He continued: “We’ve had a lot of good luck here. Maybe we shouldn’t exaggerate our luck. We all agreed that this was the right moment.”

“And I remember it was the only time we all got together in the locker room, the four of us, to make that decision. That was powerful, I remember that… I remember because once we all agreed, it was over. “I know that if the four of us agree, I know It wouldn’t go any further,” Seinfeld recalls.

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Larry David, left, and Jerry Seinfeld co-created the popular comedy sitcom “Seinfeld.” (Getty Images)

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“Seinfeld,” which has been called “the show about nothing,” revolves around four friends living in Manhattan. The series has been nominated for 68 Emmy Awards, winning 10, and is widely regarded as one of the best comedies of all time.


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