While Seinfield ended its run 21 years ago (yes, we feel old too) it still holds a special place in our hearts and comedy sitcom history.
The creation of Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David and running on NBC in the US from 1989 to 1998, Seinfeld is one of the best-loved and most-celebrated sitcoms in American television history.
Set in an around an apartment block in New York, the show stars Jerry Seinfeld as a fictionalised version of himself as he goes about his daily life. It co-stars best friend Jason Alexander as Jerry’s best friend George Costanza, Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Elaine Benes and Michael Richards Cosmo Kramer, the strange neighbour from across the hall.
Widely regarded by television critics as one of the most influential comedies of the modern era, the cast and crew have gone on to many different successful projects – perhaps most notably Larry David as the star of Curb Your Enthusiasm and Julia Louis-Dreyfus as star of Veep.
Re-runs of the show have ensured Jerry Seinfield is one of the wealthiest actors around, so it isn’t that surprising that people are still searching for where to watch the show.
At present, sadly Seinfeld isn’t available on Netflix in the UK. Sony Pictures own the show still and entered into negotiations with the big streaming giants, including Hulu, Amazon Prime, Yahoo and so on.
Surprisingly Netflix rejected Seinfield in 2015 despite the streaming site paying a huge amount for Friends – another top comedy sitcom.
Yes! You can catch Seinfield on Amazon Prime. All nine series, that’s 180 episodes, are available. At 23 minutes run time each you have plenty to binge. Season 1 is also available for £14.99 and episodes for £2.49.
Some of the best-loved episodes of Seinfeld include The Parking Garage and The Chinese Restaurant so make sure you catch those.
What to watch after Seinfield
If you liked Seinfield check out Curb YouR Enthusiasm or Arrested Development, which is on Netflix.