Jerry Seinfeld Teases A ‘Seinfeld’ Revival And Says A Reboot Is ‘Possible’
So you’re saying there’s a chance? While there is probably a very slim chance of a Seinfeld reboot, there is still a chance. Jerry Seinfeld teased a revival of the smash hit TV show on an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The comedian hinted that a reboot of Seinfeld is “possible.” But don’t get your hopes up too much.
After nine seasons and 180 episodes, Seinfeld went off the air on May 14, 1998, with an estimated 76.3 million viewers, which is the fourth-most-watched regular series finale in U.S. TV history. Since the show went off the air, fans have been clamoring for more Seinfeld. Both Jerry and Larry David, the show’s co-creator, have balked at the idea of bringing back Seinfeld for a reunion show or a reboot.