The 10-time Emmy Award-winning comedy about a group of friends living in New York City was created by comedians Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David and ended on NBC television in 1998 after nine seasons.
Australian artist Brent Waller’s design for the set got 10,000 votes on the LEGO Ideas website, where fans are invited to come up with and vote for new LEGO sets.
It seems sad to think that in this instance, Seinfeld is riffing on a problem that has become a public-health crisis rather than a laughing matter.
Seinfeld said he just wants to do more live performances as soon as the coronavirus crisis will allow it.
Simon & Schuster said the as-yet untitled book will be out in early October.
30 years after its debut, Netflix is betting big on the timeless appeal of the TV show that yada, yada, yada’d its way into America’s hearts.
The "show about nothing" will begin airing on Netflix, after they lost "Friends" and "The office"
“Jerusalem, New York, Berlin” will be the last track on the rock band’s anticipated fourth album “Father of the Bride,” due out May 3.
Actor says Frank Costanza had an Italian name but Jewish eating habits.
The who's who of Israel.