A Seinfeld Revival? Jerry Seinfeld Admits to Ellen: 'It's Possible'

Jerry Sienfeld

Jerry Sienfeld

"Maybe it's nice that you continue to love it instead of us tampering with something that went pretty well".

It's been almost 20 years since Seinfeld, the show about nothing, came to a close and aired its last episode in May, 1998.

In the season of revivals, Jerry Seinfeld has stirred up something new with changing his tone about bringing back his widely popular sitcom Seinfeld.

Seinfeld now hosts the series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee", which recently moved over to Netflix after airing for nine seasons online.

And when Seinfeld appeared on Ellen DeGeneres' talk show today, she raised the question.

The hit NBC "show about nothing", ended almost 20 years ago following nine seasons and 180 episodes.

"Do you think there's a possibility that Seinfeld would come back?" asked DeGeneres on the Tuesday, February 13, episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

'I just started drinking coffee, just a few years ago, ' he said. 'I never drank it my entire adult life.

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, distributed by the digital network Crackle for its first nine seasons since 2012, returns for its 10th season later this year on Netflix. The producer claims he pitched a similar idea to Seinfeld in 2002, but the comedian turned him down and said he wasn't interested.

Seinfeld fans, a warning: This news may make you want to shove the nearest person and shout, "Get!"

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