Hold on to your coffee cups, Seinfeld fans! A sequel to the iconic sitcom’s divisive finale might just be brewing. The enigmatic Jerry Seinfeld recently sparked excitement during a stand-up gig in Boston, hinting at “something” related to the show’s finale “that hasn’t happened yet”. Larry David, co-creator of Seinfeld, seems to be in on the secret, fuelling speculation about a potential reunion.
Jerry Seinfeld hinted that something is in the works regarding the ending of Seinfeld. Larry David is involved. This video was taken at his Boston show at the Wang Theater on Saturday night. pic.twitter.com/OW0wGPT4gl— Kevin Rozell (@Zellyanks) October 9, 2023
The finale, which saw the fab four – Jerry, Elaine, George, and Kramer – end up behind bars, didn’t quite hit the mark for many of the whopping 76 million live viewers. Seinfeld himself expressed regret over the controversial ending in subsequent years.
Despite its divisive swan song, the sitcom etched itself into the annals of TV history, pulling in legions of dedicated followers. In 2009, it received a pseudo-reboot with the main cast staging a reunion within the universe of David’s HBO comedy, “Curb Your Enthusiasm”. They reprised their roles in a multi-episode arc that culminated in a special episode. Furthermore, Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander (George) briefly stepped back into their roles for a 2014 Super Bowl ad set in the iconic Tom’s Restaurant.
Seinfeld’s teasing has led some fans to speculate whether the hinted-at development might tie into the upcoming 12th season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm”. Whether the sitcom’s finale will finally get a much-craved do-over remains to be seen, but one thing is certain – the excitement is palpable. So, stay tuned, folks! We might just be on the cusp of a Seinfeldian resurgence!