Seinfeld is an iconic sitcom - but while some episodes are incredible, some are just plain bad... here's which is which, according to IMDB.
The following fan theories make more sense than the accompanying things that didn’t make sense in Seinfeld.
Seinfeld is one of the most iconic sitcoms ever, but Season 1 is considered the weakest. Still, it has its share of hysterical moments and set-ups.
While some sitcom catchphrases are the funniest parts of the show, others are annoying. Let's take a look at the most famous lines from TV comedy.
Seinfeld is one of the most well-remembered sitcoms of all time, and here are a few hidden details even dedicated fans may have missed.
While Seinfeld is a super popular sitcom, there are many jokes that have gotten lost in the nine seasons of observations. Many fans missed these lines.
On hit sitcom Seinfeld, Jerry and George were always up to no good, whether it was about relationships or work. Here are their craziest hijinks.
Zoe, Duncan, Jack And Jane is a 1990s sitcom starring Selma Blair and Michael Rosenbaum that tried to be a teen version of Seinfeld.
Jerry Seinfeld jokes about rebooting Seinfeld just to continue The Boyfriend episode, with Mets player Pete Alonso replacing Keith Hernandez.
George Costanza is probably not the most sophisticated character is Seinfeld, but he does have his moments of wisdom. Here are his ten best nuggets.
The response to the Seinfeld finale wasn’t universally negative, but it wasn’t universally positive, either. Here are 10 reasons why
Netflix announces all 180 episodes of Seinfeld will be available to stream on the platform beginning in 2021, when the show's deal with Hulu expires.
The characters on the classic '90s sitcom Seinfeld have a lot to say about life, especially dating. These relationship quotes are all relatable.