Seinfeld is famously referred to as a "show about nothing," which if defined in those terms, is definitely pretty impressive given it went off air in peak form after nine stellar seasons. A huge chunk of the show took place in the fictional Jerry Seinfeld's Upper West Side New York City apartment, which was really just a set in which Jerry, Elaine, Kramer and George spent plenty of time pacing and squabbling. Now that apartment is (almost) a reality, though — Hulu has created a replica of Jerry's pad open to the public for five days.
The pop-up Seinfeld exhibit is in New York's Meatpacking District, featuring a fully furnished space as the main attraction, as well as some scripts and the real Seinfeld's souvenirs from the making of the show. Also as part of the exhibit is a hall of famous Seinfeld quotes, the option to re-create George's near-nude photoshoot, a Jerry-centric "The Last Supper" painting and much more.
The gallery is meant to coincide with the release of the entire Seinfeld catalog on Hulu — all nine seasons are now available for you to binge until you can binge no longer, a major coup for the streaming service. The apartment will only be around for five days, though, so make the trek as soon as you can. It's located at 451 West 14th Street in Manhattan and open from June 24-28, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. each day.
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