Our Festivus gift came early this year. One of the most-loved comedy series of all time, "Seinfeld," will begin streaming on Hulu on June 24. In just over month, you'll be able to binge watch all nine seasons, which originally aired from 1990 to 1998 on NBC. The show is still easy to find in syndication, but it previously was not available online. But soon you'll be able to enjoy The Soup Nazi, Elaine's horrible dancing, the Puffy Shirt, and all of your other favorite "Seinfeld" jokes at your leisure.
This news could also mean big things for Hulu. Netflix is currently considered the more prestigious streaming service, but "Seinfeld" is a big get for Hulu, which also recently announced it would stream the first season of "Empire," one of the buzziest shows of the decade.
But what should fans do in the last month without "Seinfeld" instantly available to us? We suggest eating a ton of salty pretzels, popping in to a see a neighbor, and throwing out your current collection of "Seinfeld" DVDs. Pretty soon, you're not gonna need 'em.
Welcome back, Jerry, Elaine, George, and Kramer. Yada, yada, yada.
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