Jerry Seinfeld recalls moment cast knew 'Seinfeld' was over: 'Shouldn't push our luck'
"Seinfeld" co-creator/actor Jerry Seinfeld revealed the moment he knew when it was time to wrap up the comedy series. The iconic sitcom, now available on Netflix, ran for nine seasons from 1989 to 1998, airing 180 episodes.news.yahoo.com
Larry David yells at Alan Dershowitz outside grocery store over Trump ties: Report
Larry David, the comedic mind behind Curb Your Enthusiasm and Seinfeld, reportedly engaged in a yelling match with Alan Dershowitz, a former Harvard Law professor with ties to the Trump administration, outside a grocery store on Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts.news.yahoo.com
Jerry Seinfeld: Transcendental Meditation and weight training will 'solve just about anyone's life'
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld believes there are just two healthy habits that "could solve just about anyone's life": Transcendental Meditation and weight training, he said during a recent episode of the podcast, "The Tim Ferriss Show." Here's what you need to know about weight training and Transcendental Meditation:TM: 'The ultimate work tool'Transcendental Meditation (or TM) is a proprietary form of meditation that requires sitting for 20 minutes twice a day and repeating a mantra. According to Seinfeld, TM helps to reduce stress and increase energy and focus. Seinfeld practices TM twice a day or "any time I feel like I'm dipping," he said. Weight training three times a weekcnbc.com
10/4/2020: Cause and Effect, Talent on the Spectrum, Seinfeld in 2020
10/4/2020: Cause and Effect, Talent on the Spectrum, Seinfeld in 2020 Climate scientists on 2020’s wildfires and storms; Then, companies seek out potential employees with autism; And, Jerry Seinfeld: The 2020 60 Minutes Interview.cbsnews.com
Jerry Seinfeld shares his post-pandemic performance plans
Jerry Seinfeld still remembers the feeling when he got his first laughs. Seinfeld told 60 Minutes correspondent Jon Wertheim this week that he wrote the piece because he does not want "New Yorkism" to die. Seinfeld told Wertheim he misses performing, but noted he has been on stage nearly for nearly his entire adult life. Getty ImagesAs for his daily regimen, Jerry Seinfeld said it has not changed much since the pandemic began. Daniel Zuchnik/Getty ImagesTheir lines of work are very different, but Jerry said the standard for comedy in the Seinfeld household remains high.cbsnews.com
Jerry Seinfeld tells 60 Minutes why he wrote rebuttal to claim that New York City is "dead"
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld was attacking the idea, not the man who wrote an essay on LinkedIn this past summer arguing New York City is "dead forever" in the wake of the pandemic. Seinfeld was moved to issue a rebuttal to the essay, he says, because no one else was defending his beloved city. Seinfeld speaks to Jon Wertheim on the next edition of 60 Minutes, Sunday, October 4, at 7:30 p.m. Seinfeld says he has nothing against the author of the essay on LinkedIn, "He's fine. When Wertheim pressed Seinfeld, "You called him some putz on LinkedIn," Seinfeld laughed it off.cbsnews.com
Richard Herd, 'Seinfeld' and 'Star Trek' Actor, Dead at 87
The actor, best known for his role on Seinfeld, died on Tuesday, ET confirms. Herd died of cancer-related causes at his home in Los Angeles. Throughout his decades-long career as an actor, he also starred as the Klingon L'Kor on Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Admiral Owen Paris on Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Renegades. Herd's death comes soon after that of fellow Seinfeld star Jerry Stiller. RELATED CONTENT:Hana Kimura, 'Terrace House' Star and Professional Wrestler, Dead at 22Jerry Sloan, Former Utah Jazz and Hall of Fame Coach, Dead at 78Ken Osmond, 'Leave It to Beaver' Star, Dead at 76
Jerry Seinfeld Says His Netflix Stand-Up Special Is Most Likely His Last One
Jerry Seinfeld's recent stand-up special, Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill, might very well be the comedian's final one. Seinfeld, 66, appeared on SiriusXM's The Howard Stern Show on Wednesday and candidly discussed his latest project. Stern said that he suspected that 23 Hours to Kill -- Seinfeld's first stand-up special since 1998 -- would be the beloved comedian's last special for Netflix because he would never want to appear less than at the top of his game, or appear diminished in any way as he gets older. Seinfeld acknowledged that he does have more material to do another stand-up special but wants to keep his fans wanting more. That is the genius of Howard Stern -- I'm going to do it the way I want to do it and that's what people respond to, that's what they like.
Did ‘Seinfeld’ really predict Spurs-Cavs final score from Thursday in 1991?
SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Spurs fell in overtime to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday 117-109. And while Spurs coach Gregg Popovich wasn’t very happy about the loss, he might get a kick knowing that someone predicted the exact score on the comedy show “Seinfeld” almost 30 years ago. If you didn't see (or don't remember) the episode, Jerry asks Tor, a holistic healer, if he can make any sense of a note Jerry can't figure out. Tor then delivers the 117-109 Cleveland-San Antonio score. The Cavs said it best on Twitter: Tor really was in touch with the cosmos.
Elaine's 'Seinfeld' apartment building in NYC is on the market for over $8 million take a look inside
Elaine Benes' New York City apartment building from "Seinfeld" is on the market for $8.65 million in reality it's a townhouse that served as the exterior shot for Elaine's home. In 1995, the home, which is in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, was purchased by the current owners for $950,000, according to Realtor.com. "Seinfeld" began airing in 1989, and as the owners told The Wall Street Journal, many of the shots used for the show were taken before they moved in. "Maybe twice a month, someone would walk by, and they'd say, 'Is this Elaine's house?' Monson told the Journal.cnbc.com
Elaine's townhouse from 'Seinfeld' is on sale for $8.65 million
1989: The pilot episode of "Seinfeld," then known as "The Seinfeld Chronicles," premieres on TV. (CNN) - Nostalgic for the '90s and have a couple million dollars lying around? The New York townhouse used for the exterior shots of Elaine Benes' apartment building from the show "Seinfeld" is up for sale and it could be yours (for the low, low price of $8.65 million). It's a far cry from the humble abode portrayed in the hit TV show, which actually debuted in 1989. ft. townhome is far larger than the one Benes, played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus, seemed to own.
'Seinfeld' set to leave TBS after rights are acquired by Viacom
After 19 years on TBS, the beloved sitcom starring Jerry Seinfeld, Michael Richards, Jason Alexander and Julia Louis-Dreyfus is heading to a new home. Media giant Viacom announced Saturday it has acquired the exclusive cable rights to "Seinfeld" in a deal with Sony Pictures Television -- not that there's anything wrong with that. Once the long-awaited merger between CBS and Viacom is complete, "Seinfeld" fans can double-dip -- reruns will also air on the cable network Pop TV, owned by CBS. The news comes just days after Netflix announced it acquired the global streaming rights to "Seinfeld," stealing the 1990s gem from Hulu, where the show had been streaming since 2015. While "Seinfeld" fans might have to get used to the channel switch and yada yada yada, the legendary Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer will still be available on our screens.
A Bunch of Phoebes Sang 'Smelly Cat' to Celebrate 'Friends' Anniversary
Could "Friends" fans be anymore excited? You could call it "The One With All the Phoebes," when a flash mob of Phoebe Buffays stormed New Yorks Union Square to perform the quirky song Smelly Cat from the beloved sitcom. This week, in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the shows premiere, 25 Phoebes played the tune in New York to the surprise of many roaming the area. She took to Instagram to thank fans for the continued love. RELATED STORIESCops Ask for Help Identifying Alleged Thief Who Looks Suspiciously Like 'Friends' StarIs 'Seinfeld' Offensive?
'Seinfeld' is heading to Netflix in 2021
(CNN) - Netflix may be losing Michael Scott and Chandler Bing, but it's gaining Jerry Seinfeld and Cosmo Kramer. "Seinfeld," one of the most popular sitcoms in TV history, is heading to Netflix starting in 2021, the streaming company announced on Monday. The financial terms of the deal, which Netflix struck with distributor Sony Pictures Television, were not disclosed. Nabbing the rights to "Seinfeld" is a big boost for Netflix, which has suffered the losses of two popular licensed shows in "Friends" and "The Office" in recent months. More to come...The-CNN-Wire & 2019 Cable News Network, Inc., a Time Warner Company.
Jerry Seinfeld Shares On-Set Memories Following 'Seinfeld's 30th Anniversary (Exclusive)
"You know, what I remember is I felt really uncomfortable," Seinfeld recalled. Seinfeld also recently received his fourth Emmy nomination for Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee -- this time in the Outstanding Informational Series or Special category. Season 11 of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee premieres July 19 on Netflix. RELATED CONTENT:Jerry Seinfeld Says It Won't Be Easy for the Academy to Find Another Kevin HartJerry Seinfeld Reveals Whether a 'Seinfeld' Revival Could Happen -- Watch! EXCLUSIVE: Jerry Seinfeld Is Not Interested in a 'Seinfeld' Reboot
Remains Found in Oregon Believed to be 'Seinfeld' Actor Charles Levin
Remains found in a remote area of Oregon are believed to be of missing actor Charles Levin, who played numerous roles on television comedies such as Seinfeld and Night Court. Levin, 70, was reported missing from Grants Pass on July 8 by his son after he hadn't heard from his father for several days, The Oregonian/OregonLive reported. Inside the car, troopers found the remains of Levin's dog. There is a "high probability" the remains are those of Levin, The Grants Pass Department of Public Safety said Sunday. Levin also had roles in movies, including The Golden Child, Annie Hall and This is Spinal Tap.
Jerry Seinfeld on Internet talk show's rapid success
Seinfeld's online show, "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" has had over 100 million views since its debut three years ago. The sixth season begins on Wednesday. Anthony Mason went for a ride with Seinfeld to discuss how he came up with the idea for the series.cbsnews.com
MoneyWatch: Where you could soon get your Seinfeld fix; Gas prices are going down, but what does the future hold?
MoneyWatch: Where you could soon get your Seinfeld fix; Gas prices are going down, but what does the future hold? All 180 episodes of Seinfeld could soon be available for streaming. And, Gas prices have reportedly fallen for eight consecutive days and now average $2.43 a gallon, AAA reports.cbsnews.com
Pennsylvania couple battles electronic billboard owner
Pennsylvania couple battles electronic billboard owner It's like something out of Seinfeld: a couple says a billboard nearby is so bright, it shines into their bedroom all night. When they complained to some advertisers, the billboard owner sued them. Now the couple is fighting back. Jericka Duncan reports.cbsnews.com