Jerry Seinfeld says that a ‘Seinfeld’ revival is “possible”

There's hope yet

Jerry Seinfeld has suggested that it is “possible” that Seinfeld could return in the future.

The hit US sitcom ran for nine seasons from 1989 to 1998. It was massively successful at the time and has since become something of a cult show for a newer generation.

Co-created by Curb Your Enthusiasm‘s Larry David, the show starred Seinfeld as a fictionalised version of himself alongside a cast that included Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards.


Seinfeld appeared on Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show to promote his Netflix series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee when the host asked whether there was a possibility that Seinfeld would be rebooted.

“It’s possible,” Seinfeld said, before pointing out the audience’s reaction. Watch in the clip below.

Seinfeld spoke to Entertainment Weekly about a possible Seinfeld reunion last year, saying: “Why? Maybe it’s nice that you continue to love it instead of us tampering with something that went pretty well.

Last November, Noel Gallagher recalled how meeting Jerry Seinfeld was like a scene from Seinfeld.


Former Oasis guitarist Gallagher said that Seinfeld spent 45 minutes “pretending to know” who he was, adding that he “didn’t fucking care” either way. “Fucking hell, what a dude,” Noel added of the comedian.