What's the deal with this reunion?!
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld confirmed recently that there will indeed be a "Seinfeld" reunion coming to the small screen.
Seinfeld revealed the news in an interview with the WFAN radio show "Boomer & Carton" on Thursday, after the hosts asked him about a picture of he and former co-star Jason Alexander filming outside series landmark Tom's Restaurant in early January.
“It’s a secret project,” Seinfeld said, adding that though it will be “short-ish,” it will be longer than 60 seconds. He declined to go into too much detail about the reunion, but did say it was not for a Super Bowl commercial nor an episode of his hit Web series, “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.”
It will be a "one-and-done" project however, and will also bring back series mastermind Larry David though he will not appear on camera. How long can we expect to wait for the reunion? "Very, very soon," Seinfeld added cryptically.
This isn't the first time the cast from the "show about nothing" will reunite: Seinfeld, Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Michael Richards last appeared together on David’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm” for an episode back in 2009.