“It hasn’t happened yet”: Jerry Seinfeld Teases ‘Seinfeld’ Revival To Redeem Polarizing Finale That Left Many Fans Frustrated

After almost 25 years of the controversial ending of the show, comedian Jerry Seinfeld hints at the potential return of his beloved sitcom.

“It hasn’t happened yet”: Jerry Seinfeld Teases ‘Seinfeld’ Revival To Redeem Polarizing Finale That Left Many Fans Frustrated


  • Comedian Jerry Seinfeld hints at potential return of his hit sitcom show Seinfeld.
  • Seinfeld recently revealed that the ending of the show might be revealed in the future.
  • What was Seinfeld about?
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Hollywood industry, though majorly known for its big-budget blockbusters and cult classic motion pictures, is also well known for its small-screen shows, sitcoms being the most popular. And among the vast sea of choices to indulge oneself in, the audience gravitated to just a handful of them, and Seinfeld was one of the ones at the top.

Jerry Seinfield in a still from Seinfield
Jerry Seinfeld in a still from Seinfeld

Being one of the most popular and beloved sitcoms of the 90s, the adventures of Jerry Seinfeld are well documented and remembered by the audience in their memories. And although the end of the show was something that drove the audience against opposite walls, the comedian recently had a surprise for everyone.

Jerry Seinfeld Hints At The Revival Of His Sitcom Show

Jerry Seinfeld
Jerry Seinfeld

While the world may remember some more traditional and mainstream sitcoms from the ’90s and the early 2000s, the true aficionados of comedy can never forget Seinfeld. The show, which starred actor and comedy icon Jerry Seinfeld as himself, was such a beloved show that everyone and their aunt would talk about it for hours. But towards the end, the last episode to be precise, was something that divided the audience into polar opposites. Seeing this outcome, the lead star may be doing something to set things straight.


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During a recent stand-up performance of his at the Wang Theatre in Boston on Saturday (via Variety), a member of the crowd asked about Seinfeld and its controversial ending. In response to this query, the comedian stated that he had a little secret about the ending of the show that would be revealed in the future. This statement heavily points out the possibility of a revival of the show or a special episode that can continue where the show left off. This is not entirely off the table as he had talked about this with Ellen DeGeneres on her show in the past. On Saturday, he said:

“Something is going to happen that has to do with that ending. It hasn’t happened yet. Just what you are thinking about, Larry [David] and I have also been thinking about.
So, you’ll see.”

Seeing the end was polarizing, to say the least, when the crew is locked up behind bars, it left a gap in the hearts of people who wanted a proper send-off for the show.


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What Was Seinfeld About?

A still from Seinfeld
A still from Seinfeld

The biggest inspiration and motivation in the life of a successful stand-up comedian is none other than the events of real life itself, something that Seinfeld taught the world. Created by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, two of the most popular and successful comedians in the industry, the show was bound for greatness.

The series tells the tale of Jerry, who is a stand-up comedian living in beautiful New York City in the early ’90s. And as if the city wasn’t enough, he has a group of friends who bring utter, but some much-needed chaos into his life that helps him find answers to many trivial questions about life.


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Seinfeld, streaming on Netflix.


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