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What is Seinfeld Really About? This Video Attempts To Answer the Question

1 hour ago | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

You know it’s a good day when you get to post not one, but two things about Seinfeld.   To this day, nearly 20 years later we know that Seinfeld was a show about “nothing” but what does that really mean?  Is there more to the show than we realize?  Could we be missing vital information all these years later?  I just came across a new video that just may shed some light on some stuff. In the video you are about to see Seinfeld creators Larry David, Jerry Seinfeld, Kramer, George, Elaine explain what Seinfeld is actually about. Is this

What is Seinfeld Really About? This Video Attempts To Answer the Question »

- Nat Berman

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‘Seinfeld’ Alum Jason Alexander Spars With Trump Supporters Over Gen. McMaster’s George Costanza Reference

22 February 2017 10:32 AM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Was that wrong? Should he not have done that? “Seinfeld” alum Jason Alexander found himself devoting part of his week to fending off criticism, after commenting on the fact that newly tapped national security adviser Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster once apparently referenced Alexander’s “Seinfeld” character George Costanza. The heated back-and-forth began Monday, when  it was pointed out to Alexander on Twitter that McMaster once apparently referred to targeting enemies with bombing as the military equivalent of “George Costanza in ‘Seinfeld,’ ‘leave on an up note’ — just go in, do a lot of damage, and leave.” Also Read: George Clooney Calls President. »

- Tim Kenneally

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Jason Alexander Responds to "Weirdness" of Gen. McMaster's George Costanza Reference

22 February 2017 7:34 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

President Donald Trump recently named Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster to be his latest national security adviser, and for a bit of fun, CNN's Jake Tapper shared a clip from a few years ago in which the general made a Seinfeld reference while taking about military strategy.

McMaster, during the first annual Future of War Conference in 2015, compared Rapid Decisive Operations to George Costanza leaving a room after a comedic high note, a classic joke from the 1998 episode, "The Burning." 

A fan pointed the reference out through Twitter to Jason Alexander, who wasn't too impressed to see his iconic TV character quoted »

- Ryan Parker

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Twin Peaks Actor Warren Frost Dies at 91

17 February 2017 6:45 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

A version of this article originally appeared on EW.com.

Warren Frost, the actor best known for his role in the original and upcoming Twin Peaks, died Friday in Middlebury, Virginia after a lengthy illness. He was 91.

The actor, who served in the Navy during World War 2, originated the role of Dr. Will Hayward in the 1990 ABC drama Twin Peaks and came out of retirement last year to reprise the part on Showtime. The new version, which was co-created by Frost’s son Mark, will premiere in May.

“We’re saddened today to announce the passing of our dear old dad, »

- Lynette Rice

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Twin Peaks' Warren Frost Dead at 91

17 February 2017 5:32 PM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Character actor Warren Frost, best known for his roles on Twin Peaks and Seinfeld, has died at the age of 91.

Frost passed away Friday following a long illness, Showtime confirmed in a statement. He played Dr. Will Hayward, the coroner who refused to perform Laura Palmer’s autopsy, on the original ABC run of Twin Peaks, and came out of retirement to reprise the role in Showtime’s upcoming revival. (Frost’s son Mark is a co-creator of Twin Peaks.)

RelatedTwin PeaksMiguel Ferrer Dead at 61

He also had a memorable recurring role on Seinfeld as Susan’s father Henry Ross, »

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Warren Frost Dies: ‘Twin Peaks’ & ‘Seinfeld’ Actor Was 91

17 February 2017 5:19 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Warren Frost, who played Will “Doc” Hayward on the original and upcoming versions of Twin Peaks and George Costanza’s cabin-cherishing almost-father-in-law on Seinfeld during a half-century acting career, died today in Middlebury, Vt, after a long illness. He was 91. The news was reported by his son, Twin Peaks co-creator Mark Frost. "From the Normandy shores on D-Day to his 50-year career on stage and screen, he remained the same humble guy from Vermont who taught us… »

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Warren Frost, Who Played Doc Hayward on 'Twin Peaks,' Dies at 91

17 February 2017 5:10 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Warren Frost, the late-blooming actor who played the dependable town physician Will "Doc" Hayward on Twin Peaks, has died. He was 91.

Frost died Friday morning at his home in Middlebury, Vt., after a lengthy illness, according to his son, Mark Frost, who created the surreal 1990s ABC show with David Lynch.

Warren Frost also is known for his stint as Mr. Ross, the father of George Costanza's fiancee Susan Ross, on NBC's Seinfeld. His character had an affair with the author John Cheever; his house was burned down by Kramer's Cuban cigar; and his daughter was poisoned to death »

- Mike Barnes

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Warren Frost, Who Played Doc Hayward on 'Twin Peaks,' Dies at 91

17 February 2017 5:10 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

Warren Frost, the late-blooming actor who played the dependable town physician Will "Doc" Hayward on Twin Peaks, has died. He was 91.

Frost died Friday morning at his home in Middlebury, Vt., after a lengthy illness, according to his son, Mark Frost, who created the surreal 1990s ABC show with David Lynch.

Warren Frost also is known for his stint as Mr. Ross, the father of George Costanza's fiancee Susan Ross, on NBC's Seinfeld. His character had an affair with the author John Cheever; his house was burned down by Kramer's Cuban cigar; and his daughter was poisoned to death »

- Mike Barnes

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Warren Frost, Character Actor Known for ‘Twin Peaks’ and ‘Seinfeld,’ Dies at 91

17 February 2017 5:09 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Warren Frost, the character actor best known for his role as Dr. Will Hayward on “Twin Peaks,” died Friday after a long illness at his home in Middlebury, Vt. He was 91.

Frost had recently come out of retirement to reprise his “Twin Peaks” role for the sequel to the ABC series that is set to debut on Showtime in May. Frost was the father of Mark Frost, the co-creator with filmmaker David Lynch of the revered mystery-fantasy franchise.

Warren Frost had a long career before and after the original “Twin Peaks.” He logged a memorable guest role on “Seinfeld,” playing the father of George Constanza’s fiancee in five episodes. He also limned a recurring character on the Andy Griffith legal drama “Matlock” and had guest shots on series including “The Larry Sanders Show,” “L.A. Law” and “Murphy Brown.”

“We’re saddened today to announce the passing of our dear old dad, Warren Frost »

- Cynthia Littleton

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Inside 'Crashing': How Pete Holmes Survived Comedy and Lived to Tell About It

17 February 2017 9:22 AM, PST | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

"Should I say, 'Fuck Philly?'"

It's backstage on the New York leg of Pete Homles’ stand-up tour to help promote his new HBO series Crashing, and he's testing a stray thought before stepping onstage. The green room is full of bodies – including Holmes' manager, his fianceé, the show's executive producer (and tour mate) Judd Apatow and several more HBO staffers – and there's a general murmur of assent. "They love that here," someone says, and the comedian nods. Their recent Philadelphia stop reportedly had a rowdy, disruptive crowd, and as Holmes explains later, »

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Diary Of A Web Series: Casting ‘Rich’

15 February 2017 11:32 AM, PST | Tubefilter.com | See recent Tubefilter News news »

“There’s something about him,” I mused about Cameron Clark, an actor who eventually landed the role of Rich in Stray.

Alison and I had whittled the pool of applications from about 150 online to a dozen in person and then, finally, two who we called back for chemistry reads: Cameron and Matthew. The two had separated themselves from the pack early on, but deciding between them was difficult, since each brought starkly different interpretations of the character.

Either actor would’ve done a fine job, but there was an indefinable quality about Cameron that kept drawing me back to him. Also, I could see Matthew playing other characters on the show, further swinging the pendulum in favor of Cameron.

After some deliberation, Alison and I chose Cameron, who went on to do a great job with the character. An arduous process produced two solid leads. We were happy with our »

- Pablo Andreu

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‘Crashing’ Review: Positivity Can’t Distinguish Pete Holmes’ Stand-Up Story From What We’ve Already Seen

14 February 2017 6:30 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Since stand-up comics guested on Johnny Carson, their stories have flooded our TV screens. “Seinfeld” took it to another level by making its main character a comedian and thus incorporating his actual stand-up routines into the show. “Louie” followed a similar basic narrative, but the formula was flipped upside down for cable. Now, television is awash with stand-ups playing a slightly altered version of themselves: Pamela Adlon on “Better Things,” Tig Notaro in “One Mississippi,” Aziz Ansari’s “Master of None,” Maria Bamford in “Lady Dynamite” — and that’s just a few of the scripted series. There are specials, live shows, competitions series and more, all, in one way or another, chronicling what it’s like to be a stand-up comedian.

So when a new series pops up on TV — much like a new stand-up at a hot club — it really needs to earn its place. “Crashing,” for all its »

- Ben Travers

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‘Crashing’ Review: Positivity Can’t Distinguish Pete Holmes’ Stand-Up Story From What We’ve Already Seen

14 February 2017 6:30 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Since stand-up comics guested on Johnny Carson, their stories have flooded our TV screens. “Seinfeld” took it to another level by making its main character a comedian and thus incorporating his actual stand-up routines into the show. “Louie” followed a similar basic narrative, but the formula was flipped upside down for cable. Now, television is awash with stand-ups playing a slightly altered version of themselves: Pamela Adlon on “Better Things,” Tig Notaro in “One Mississippi,” Aziz Ansari’s “Master of None,” Maria Bamford in “Lady Dynamite” — and that’s just a few of the scripted series. There are specials, live shows, competitions series and more, all, in one way or another, chronicling what it’s like to be a stand-up comedian.

So when a new series pops up on TV — much like a new stand-up at a hot club — it really needs to earn its place. “Crashing,” for all its »

- Ben Travers

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Mariska Hargitay’s Evolution from ’80s Glam to Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

12 February 2017 8:35 AM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

As I do with every single celebrity I can who’s made an appearance on the show, I first enjoyed Mariska Hargitay when she appeared on Seinfeld in 1993.  Like many people have appeared on that show, Hargitay went on to achieve great success as an actress.  While her career began well before 1993, the 90s were really the decade that put her into the spotlight.  Once she landed the role as Cynthia Hooper on ER she would forever be entrenched in television. Then in 2000, yes 2000 she began her Law and Order career which she’s dominated for 17 years

Mariska Hargitay’s Evolution from ’80s Glam to Law & Order: Special Victims Unit »

- Nat Berman

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Chaim Jeraffi: We Salute the Jiffy Park and Jiffy Dump Guy from Seinfeld

8 February 2017 3:44 AM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Everyone’s always got their favorites on Seinfeld.  Sometimes you’re in a Kramer mood.  Sometimes George feels right.  Elaine and Jerry even have their moments.  We’re all aware of the recurring side characters that made us laugh like Puddy, Peterman, The Costanzas, Newman, The Seinfelds, Kruger, Steinbrenner, Banya, The Ross’s, and plenty of others.  But there are some characters in Seinfeld that truly left their mark despite only being in one or two episodes max.  My personal favorite?  It’s the Jiffy Park and Jiffy Dump guy. These parts are played by none other than Chaim Jeraffi.  Jeraffi actually has a film

Chaim Jeraffi: We Salute the Jiffy Park and Jiffy Dump Guy from Seinfeld »

- Nat Berman

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‘Seinfeld,’ ‘ER,’ and John Landgraf’s Libido: NBC Vets Reminisce About ‘Must See TV’ Era

7 February 2017 4:56 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Consider these two facts: In 1994 and 1995, an average of 75 million Americans tuned in every Thursday night to NBC. And during entertainment president Warren Littlefield’s tenure, NBC won 168 Emmy Awards.

“Staggering,” said Wme’s Rick Rosen, as he opened the Hollywood Radio and Television Society’s luncheon celebrating NBC’s “Must See TV” in Beverly Hills. The lineup was pretty staggering, too. Rosen and Littlefield were joined by the Beckman Group’s Preston Beckman, Freeform’s Karey Burke, FX’s John Landgraf, Showtime’s David Nevins, TBS and TNT’s Kevin Reilly, and Big Beach’s Robin Schwartz — all of whom briefly worked together at NBC in the ’90s. The event looked back at the network’s signature hits developed under Littlefield, including “ER,” “Seinfeld,” “Friends,” “Will & Grace,” and “Law & Order.”

Littlefield began by crediting the guiding principles of his mentors, Brandon Tartikoff and Grant Tinker, the latter of whom was known for the dictum, “First »

- Daniel Holloway

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‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’: Bob Einstein Returns for More Abuse in the Season 9 Finale — Watch

7 February 2017 4:15 PM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

“It’s not so funny when it’s your mother” exclaims Bob Einstein (“Curb Your Enthusiasm”), in the teaser trailer for the season finale of  “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee”.

Einstein is the first guest to make a second appearance in the passenger seat for the Emmy-nominated series hosted by Jerry Seinfeld. The teaser starts off with Seinfeld surprising Einstein at his doorstep where he asks an important question regarding Kim Jong Un’s haircut (that poor barber). The pair are then shown driving to Los Angeles spots Urth Caffé and Bay Cities Italian Deli,  in Seinfeld’s 2016 Acura Nsx.

Read More: ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ Season 9 Trailer 

The recent PGA Award winner for Outstanding Digital Series (and winner of the two before that) is concluding its ninth and final season on Crackle before returning later this year on Netflix. As part of a multi-faceted deal with Seinfeld, Netflix »

- Juan Diaz

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‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’: Bob Einstein Returns for More Abuse in the Season 9 Finale — Watch

7 February 2017 4:15 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

“It’s not so funny when it’s your mother” exclaims Bob Einstein (“Curb Your Enthusiasm”), in the teaser trailer for the season finale of  “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee”.

Einstein is the first guest to make a second appearance in the passenger seat for the Emmy-nominated series hosted by Jerry Seinfeld. The teaser starts off with Seinfeld surprising Einstein at his doorstep where he asks an important question regarding Kim Jong Un’s haircut (that poor barber). The pair are then shown driving to Los Angeles spots Urth Caffé and Bay Cities Italian Deli,  in Seinfeld’s 2016 Acura Nsx.

Read More: ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ Season 9 Trailer 

The recent PGA Award winner for Outstanding Digital Series (and winner of the two before that) is concluding its ninth and final season on Crackle before returning later this year on Netflix. As part of a multi-faceted deal with Seinfeld, Netflix »

- Juan Diaz

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I Want That: An incredibly detailed miniature of the Seinfeld apartment

3 February 2017 5:52 PM, PST | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

With few exceptions, there aren't many sitcoms out there which I can watch again and again, but Seinfeld is certainly one of them. The iconic series made stars out of Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards and Jason Alexander, as well as coining dozens of sayings which still pop up today. Jerry's apartment is every bit as iconic as the series itself, and now you can bring it home... Read More »

- Kevin Fraser

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'Supergirl' Welcomes Teri Hatcher as New Villain of Season 2 -- Get the Scoop on Her 'Mysterious' Role!

31 January 2017 10:50 AM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

From Lois Lane to big bad -- Supergirl is getting a super special guest star!

Teri Hatcher will join the cape-tastic series this winter for a multi-episode arc in a villainess role, The CW announced on Tuesday morning.

Hatcher, who starred as the iconic DC Comics character Lois Lane on ABC's Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman back in the '90s, will star opposite Melissa Benoist's Supergirl as the "mysterious" new nemesis of season two.

Exclusive: Behind the Scenes of 'Supergirl' With Special Guest Star Lynda Carter

"No offense to any of the wonderful actresses who have also played the part, but Teri Hatcher is my all-time favorite Lois Lane," Executive Producer Andrew Kreisberg confessed in a statement. "To have her come back to the SuperWorld in a completely different part is an unbelievable gift to me, Greg, and the fans."

Hatcher's former Lois & Clark co-star, Dean Cain, is already »

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