Seinfeld Roasts Tommy Chong, and Other Weird Things That Happened on the Playboy Channel
by Ramsey Ess The Paley Center for Media, which has locations in both New York and LA, dedicates itself to the preservation of television and radio history. Inside their vast archives of more than 150,000 television shows, commercials, and radio programs, there are thousands of important and funny p... [Read More]
Sketch Anatomy: Andy Cowan Explains the Origins of 'Seinfeld's "The Opposite"
by Megh Wright Welcome to our column Sketch Anatomy, where we ask some of our favorite television writers to choose any sketch — one they personally wrote or one from history they find particularly hilarious, notable, or underappreciated — to learn from a writer's perspective what separa... [Read More]
Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Sarah Silverman on Jerry Seinfeld’s new Crackle web series Single Shots
Jerry Seinfeld just wrapped up season four of his recently-renewed Crackle web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffe. Now his latest “between-the-seasons” project, Single Shots, has launched its first episode. The mini-sodes will feature multiple guests talking about the same topic. Se... [Read More]
Chris Rock’s “Top Five,” Jon Stewart’s “Rosewater” both will premiere at 2014 TIFF
The Toronto International Film Festival announced its slate of world premieres, gala screenings and more this morning, and both Jon Stewart's directorial debut as well as Chris Rock's latest both will make their world premieres there this September. Rosewater rose straight from a guest's appearance ... [Read More]
Jon Stewart Talks to a CIA Employee Who Sounds a Lot Like Jerry Seinfeld
by Megh Wright A bunch of CIA staffers' Langley cafeteria-related complaints were recently released to the public through the Freedom of Information Act, so on last night's Daily Show, Jon Stewart spoke with a CIA employee who agreed to discuss the complaints further as long as his identity was conc... [Read More]
Brooklyn Cyclones ‘Seinfeld’ Night Includes Puffy Shirts, Soup Nazi, Keith Hernandez Bobbleheads, And Elaine Dancing Contest (VIDEO)
The Brooklyn Cyclones minor league baseball team held a Seinfeld night on Saturday to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the classic sitcom. It was real, and it was spectacular. The Seinfeld night began outside the stadium, where the famous “Soup Nazi” was on hand to feed customers (... [Read More]
TBS celebrates #Seinfeld25 this week with special broadcasts, new clip-sized clips!
Seinfeld first aired on NBC on July 5, 1989, as The Seinfeld Chronicles. Yada, yada, yada and all of these 25 years later, it has raked in more than $3 billion just in syndication! Vulture broke down the math, figuring co-creators Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David earn $400 million apiece, each time th... [Read More]
Jerry Seinfeld is on the cover of the July issue of WIRED Magazine, teaches you how not to be a jerk in the digital age
Jerry Seinfeld was a guest editor in the July issue of WIRED Magazine. In the issue, the editors and Seinfeld set out to provide new rules for stylish and proper behavior in the digital age. The result is WIRED’s definitive guide to behavior, manners, and style on Twitter, Instagram, Lyft, Fac... [Read More]
TBS to air top 25 “Seinfeld” episodes to celebrate the sitcom’s 25th anniversary
Seinfeld debuted 25 years ago. Wow! That makes us feel old. The silver anniversary of the ultimate show about nothing will get a send op from TBS with a six-day countdown. Beginning Monday June 30th through Saturday, July 5th TBS will air four episodes a night and five on Saturday counting town the ... [Read More]
Guess what? Jerry Seinfeld sings the theme song on the new season of “Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee”
Season 4 of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee just kicked off with the one and only Sarah Jessica Parker as the season 4 first guest. And guess what? The show is still entertaining as always as Jerry Seinfeld talks to his celebrity friends. What is different is that Seinfeld is a bit more present dur... [Read More]