Seinfeld: Netflix subscribers celebrate all seasons coming to the platform in October

Seinfeld fans are celebrating the arrival of the popular ’90s sitcom on Netflix next month.

On Wednesday (September 1), the streaming service announced that all episodes of Seinfeld It will hit your platform on October 1st.

The date was revealed with a racy trailer announcing Seinfeld as “the hottest new show of 2021” created by “rising stars” Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld.

An international broadcasting agreement was reached in 2019, in which Los Angeles Times It is estimated in 2019 as the most expensive Netflix.

Netflix previously paid 500m (£362m) for the rights to the US version of the desk and 425 million (£308 million) for friends. However, since it was only for US distribution deals, it’s possible that he paid a lot more for the broadcast. Seinfeld everybody.

The news was announced by fans of the series, many of whom lamented their past struggles while watching the show in the UK.

“I can finally see it right,” the tweet read, while another Twitter user added, “People will finally be able to see why this is the best sitcom ever.”

One viewer described how they would “definitely end up seeing all of this again,” while another joked, “Well, that’s all my free time to take care of October.”

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Another social media user said: “Looks like it’s time to finally check out Seinfeld“.

It aired in nine seasons from 1989 to 1998, Seinfeld He starred in comedian Jerry Seinfeld as a fictional version of himself.

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He co-starred with Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Michael Richards.

Seinfeld It hits Netflix on October 1.

Terry Alexander

"Award-winning music trailblazer. Gamer. Lifelong alcohol enthusiast. Thinker. Passionate analyst."

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