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‘Seinfeld’ May Soon Be Headed To Netflix

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erry Seinfeld recently revealed he’s in negotiations with Netflix to bring his eponymous hit television show to the premium online video streaming service. The news came by way of Seinfeld’s Reddit Ama, the “Ask Me Anything” question and answer session that’s quickly becoming a celebrity’s favorite place to reveal his or her otherwise unreported ongoings. The final episode of Seinfeld aired on NBC way back on May 14, 1998. Since then 180 episodes of the hit TV series that received well over 30 million viewers per episode in its prime have had a very lucrative and successful run on the Us cable television syndication market. The collective nine seasons of Seinfeld have generated a reported $3.1 billion in revenue since the finale, hence the reason why you can’t yet find episodes for sale or streaming on iTunes, Amazon, Netflix, and/or other online video download and viewing services. The show »

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