Comedian Chris Rock reveals that he was up for big roles on iconic comedies Friends and Seinfeld.Ryan Scott
Seinfeld is arguably one of the best sitcoms of all time, which consists of 180 episodes across 9 seasons.Kevin Burwick
Veteran actor Richard Herd, known for his role on Seinfeld and many other TV shows and movies, has passed away from cancer.Jeremy Dick
It's hard to picture anyone but Michael Richards as Kramer, but Jerry Seinfeld says Andy Kaufman could have pulled it off.Jeremy Dick
All 180 episodes of the Emmy Award winning Seinfeld are coming to Netflix starting in 2021.Kevin Burwick
Investigators believe they have found the remains of the actor after searching for him over the past week.Jeremy Dick
Opening in New York this fall, The Seinfeld Experience will include interactive exhibits with costumes, memorabilia, set re-creations, and props as well as brand-new content.Mike Sprague
As someone who's an expert on finales and disappointed fans, Seinfeld star Jason Alexander has some sound advice.Jeremy Dick
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld has been slapped with a lawsuit for selling what appears to be a fake Porsche for $1.5 million.Kevin Burwick
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia did their version of a clip show and the results include a pretty incredible Seinfeld scene recreation.Kevin Burwick
Jerry Seinfeld can't watch old episodes of his hit comedy and doesn't regret turning down NBC's offer of $5 million an episode for a new season either.Kevin Burwick
While appearing on the Ellen show, Jerry Seinfeld finally teases that a revival of his iconic sitcom Seinfeld may be possible.
Jerry Seinfeld says that the Seinfeld finale was too big and could have been much better.Kevin Burwick
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld offers a sneak peek at his first-ever Netflix special Jerry Before Seinfeld, streaming this September.Ryan Scott
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld had a very good reason why he awkwardly turned down a hug from pop star Kesha.Kevin Burwick
Seinfeld star Jason Alexander sends out a special message on social media, wishing everyone a Happy Festivus this holiday season.
The iconic Seinfeld foursome make the 9/11 tragedy all about themselves in a new spec script that has gone viral.B. Alan Orange
The actors met at Manhattan eatery Tom's Restaurant as their Seinfeld characters for the first time in 16 years.