Every Episode of 'Seinfeld' Hits Hulu This June
by Megh Wright The Hulu Upfront Presentation took place in New York this morning, and among the streaming network's announcements is the news that starting this June, Hulu will become the exclusive streaming home of all nine seasons of Seinfeld. "There’s no question that Seinfeld has played a ... [Read More]
 
What’s the deal with Seinfeld and Hulu?
Hulu has bought the digital streaming rights to the oft-quoted NBC comedy Seinfeld. The video streaming service must have been tired of seeing competitor Netflix constantly in the headlines and cut a deal with Sony Pictures TV for all 180 episodes of the sitcom for nearly $180 million. Hulu announce... [Read More]
 
Hulu acquires entire library of Seinfeld episodes
Jerry Seinfeld turns 61 today. Hulu brought Seinfeld out to tell advertisers today that the streaming service had paid Sony Pictures Television a reported $700,000 per episode to be your exclusive online source for the entire nine-season run of Seinfeld, which aired 180 episodes on NBC back in the 1... [Read More]
 
Netflix, Funny or Die, CollegeHumor, Fallon among 2015 Webby Awards winners
Netflix helped take home multiple honors in the annual pay-to-play Webby Awards, with Funny or Die, CollegeHumor and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon also bringing in wins for their 2015 online efforts. Netflix's special achievement victories came courtesy of Chelsea Peretti, named outstanding... [Read More]
 
Jerry Seinfeld Shows David Letterman What It's Like to Be a 'Late Show' Guest
by Megh Wright Here's a clip from Jerry Seinfeld's visit to Friday's Late Show, in which he and Letterman swap interviewer/guest roles so Dave can finally see what it's like to be a Late Show guest before Seinfeld grills him about his decision to leave the show: "This whole 'quitting' idea is the st... [Read More]
 
Jerry Seinfeld’s last David Letterman appearance pays tribute to his first
If Jerry Seinfeld's stand-up material on Friday night's Late Show with David Letterman felt more than a bit dated, maybe even overdone, that's because it most certainly was both of those things. In fact, Seinfeld had dug into his own archives and relearned the set he performed when he first appeared... [Read More]
 
At 2015 Crackle Upfronts, Jerry Seinfeld snaps at YouTube, pops TV’s bubble
Jerry Seinfeld doesn't need Crackle nearly as much as Crackle needs him. But the upstart webseries-turned-streaming provider is backed by Sony Pictures Entertainment, which just so happened to back Seinfeld's hit sitcom and made billions of dollars to go around. So when Seinfeld needed a vehicle to ... [Read More]
 
Don Rickles, Bill Murray, Tina Fey, Jerry Seinfeld, Howard Stern, and Steve Martin amongst Letterman’s final Late Show guests
We’re about one month away from David Letterman winding down his stint as one of the greatest late night talk show hosts of all time on May 20th. Today CBS announced the guests lined up for Letterman’s final late night send off. This week’s guests include Sarah Jessica Parker, Bill... [Read More]
 
Chris Rock calls attention to racist cops; posts selfie every time he is pulled over
It’s hard to read the news these days without encountering one infuriating story after another about white cops getting away with killing unarmed black people. While it’s certainly true that not every cop is racist, there has been an unprecedented amount of brutality and violence against... [Read More]
 
I Had To Follow That?!: Brooke Van Poppelen followed Jerry Seinfeld at a showcase
There’s a courtesy extended to celeb/veteran comedians that drop into clubs for spots, where they can go up on stage almost immediately, bumping other comedians on the bill back in the lineup as they do their set. While its a custom as old as the profession itself, it can be frustrating for th... [Read More]