Seinfeld Finds A Streaming Home


The show about nothing finally settles on its online home, and it’s not the service you might think.

There is no sign of shrinkage in the deal that Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David have reportedly pulled off with digital distributor Hulu, as it appears that the parties have reached a mega-deal for the 90s most popular sitcom’s SVOD rights.

A deal has been reached for all 180 episodes of the sitcom, and it’s speculated that the price tag per episode will range from $850,000 to $1 million.

This is a major victory for Hulu, especially after rival Netflix secured the rights to that other successful NBC sitcom from the 90 – Friends – last year.

Episodes of Seinfeld will reportedly begin streaming in June.

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Josh Steen is the founder of the JustUs Geeks, and is the host of the JustUs Geeks Podcast. Josh is also a dad, husband, and graphic designer. He geeks out over sports, video games, music, and Transformers. Have an idea for a story or podcast topic? Let him know via social media or email!


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