Jerry Seinfeld returned to his former TV dwelling to tout the brand new cable dwelling for his iconic, eponymous sitcom.
This October, your entire 180-episode library of Seinfeld episodes will start unspooling on Comedy Central, the sitcom’s new linear cable dwelling, after a future on TBS. Within the promo above, the titular comic’s door buzzer alerts him to a supply of the 180 episodes (“That’s quite a bit!”), which he deems an excellent match, seeing as he considers his one-bedroom residence to itself be “comedy central.”
The Comedy Central “festivus-ivities” formally begin on Saturday, Oct. 9, with a rollout of the highest favourite episodes as voted on by followers. The total sequence then begins airing on Comedy Central on Monday, Oct. 11.
Concurrent with Seinfeld‘s linear transfer, all 180 episodes can even have a brand new streaming dwelling, transferring to Netflix after a future on Hulu. Netflix had outbid Hulu, Amazon, WarnerMedia, NBCUniversal and Viacom for not simply U.S. however world rights to Seinfeld, reportedly paying nicely north of each the $500 million that NBCUniversal shelled out to place The Workplace on Peacock and the $425 million that WarnerMedia’s HBO Max ponied up for Associates. Netflix CCO Ted Sarandos identified on the time of the deal that this may mark the primary time that each one episodes of Seinfeld can be obtainable on one service globally and in 4K.