The fight is just beginning for one of Hollywood’s most revered comediennes. Veep and Seinfeld favorite Julia Louis-Dreyfus took the courageous step of announcing her own breast cancer diagnosis over Twitter, pivoting the discussion to healthcare as HBO answers questions about Veep’s final season.
Seinfeld was no stranger to discarded episodes, but at least a few ideas were probably better off on the scrap heap. Writer-producers David Mandel and Jeff Schaffer reveal a few Seinfeld concepts that never made it past the writers room, including skeletons, a trip to Mexico, and a pretty literal twist on the Soup Nazi.
Actors breaking character during bloopers are some of the funniest stuff we're lucky the networks allow us to see! In this one, Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Elaine Benes) can't keep it together while filming the 'Festivus' episode of Seinfeld.
It's real! The Super Bowl has already brought us some incredible promo spots from the likes of 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier,' 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' and 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2,' but nothing quite so glorious as the long-awaited 'Seinfeld' reunion between Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander. Jerry himself may have told a white lie, as the full reunion spot has emerged as an epi
I could watch Seinfeld re-runs all day, and sometimes I do. I know, I'm lame. But, the band Seinfunk is anything but lame. Watch as Seinfunk plays songs in tribute to Seinfeld such as "Hello, Newman" and "Puffy Shirt".
It's amazing how many actors went from a "show about nothing" to a show about nothing but meth. Youtuber sez1998 has put together this compilation detailing the rise of six actors and actresses from a comedy classic to a show definitely not about comedy...
It’s been fourteen years since an original episode of ‘Seinfeld’ aired, yet the sitcom still looms large over pop culture.
The latest example of the lingering effects of the seminal show come from the ‘The New Yorker,’ which is using a cartoon featured on a famous ‘Seinfeld’ episode for its latest reader caption contest.
So the hot thing in music now is dubstep, a mashup of hip hop beats, electronic instruments and crazy noises. KoRn's taken the leap, with their new album prominently featuring dubstep artist Skrillex; and now venerable Seinfeld character Kramer has been exposed to it...