All 180 Episodes of Seinfeld to Hit Netflix on October 1

All 180 Episodes of Seinfeld to Hit Netflix on October 1

In a major announcement for Seinfeld fan’s delight, Netflix has revealed that it will be premiering all 180 episodes of the “spectacular, breathtaking and outrageous” American sitcom Seinfeld on October 1.

Netflix will stream all the nine seasons of Seinfeld- “2021’s hottest new show, well not actually!” – the 1989 sitcom altogether. It will be the first time that the entire show will be available on a streaming platform simultaneously.

This is the first time we’ve taken a risk of this nature, going all in on 9 seasons at the jump,” said Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos.

Well, Mr. Sarandos, we believe this risk will yield you audiences hopping on the streamer to watch them all at once. Then, you may plan to bring more popular shows on Netflix sooner.

Seinfeld set to make the young generation laugh!

About a minute-long teaser released by Netflix is an exciting montage with puns added to spice it up. While Seinfeld will be nostalgic for boomers and some millennials, Gen Z is going to have a gala time watching the highly anticipated and much-awaited release.

The show, created by “rising stars Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld”, will continue to air on its traditional mediums – Viacom networks – as well.

The acquisition of the show by Netflix for a whopping $500 million was announced back in 2019. Finally, the wait has come to an end, and the genre-defining sitcom will keep the eyes rolling for the next five years on the streaming giant.

If you are Gen Z-er, you’ll definitely want to know how a show about the absurdities of four single friends living in New York City kept people glued to their screens when it telecasted.

Seinfeld on Netflix

So get ready and plan your schedules to binge-watch this fall’s hottest asset – never seen before – on Netflix. By the way, Netflix does deserve applauds for the press release and the teaser. That was indeed smart and witty.

“Yada yada yada”, let’s celebrate Seinfeld and the ‘rising New York comedian, Jerry Seinfeld’. Cheers!

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