'Seinfeld' reunion: Is it happening? Jerry Seinfeld was recently questioned about a possible 'Seinfeld' reunion. Here's what he said.
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Few television comedies are as beloved as Seinfeld. The series – which ran from 1989 to 1998 – is still widely considered one of the best written shows ever conceived, and fans are still clamoring for more, despite the 2009 pseudo-reunion that took place on HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm, which stars Seinfeld co-creator Larry David.
Recent word that David and Seinfeld were working on a “secret project” got the rumor mill swirling again about a potential extension of the Seinfeld brand, but few details were disclosed, leaving the mystery very much under wraps. However, new insight into exactly what the duo has been up to may give Seinfeld fans a reason to break out the Festivus pole once again.
Seinfeld recently appeared on WFAN‘s Boomer and Carton radio show in New York, and the hosts questioned him at great lengths about a photo (see below) of the comedian and Seinfeld co-star Jason Alexander in front of Tom’s Restaurant, the real-life Manhattan eatery that served as the exterior for the show’s Monk’s Café. Seinfeld confirmed that the project was not a Super Bowl commercial nor an episode of his web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee but also said it is a “secret project.”