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Jerry Seinfeld Reunion to Happen Very Soon

The rumored Seinfeld reunion has just been confirmed by the famous comedian. Jerry Seinfeld said that the new show will appear on the screen very soon.

Seinfeld has been one of the most successful television shows ever produced so there is no wonder that rumors indicate it might have a reunion. It seems that Jason Alexander will join the show, although no other details were released at this point.

During his latest appearance in the Boomer and Carton radio show on Thursday, Jerry Seinfeld said that the project is a secret and nothing will be revealed at this point.

Initially, speculation on a new project involving Seinfeld began when the comedian was spotted with Jason Alexander, who played George Costanza in the show.

The two were also seen in the company of Larry David, who was the show’s creator. Now, Seinfeld confirmed that there might be a project coming out soon, even though the 59 year old actor chose to reveal nothing else.

Seinfeld was also asked how Jason Alexander reacted when being asked to be part of a new project linked to the famous show. The comedian said that it was no surprise for the actor to receive this call, as he played the role of Gorge Costanza for no less than 9 years. However, fans who wait anxiously to see the new project should not get that excited.

Seinfeld claimed that this is a one and done deal, meaning that this will be just a very small reunion.
However, fans of Seinfeld will definitely be happy to see something new from this incredibly successful and popular television show, even though it will be just a small reunion after all.

Until now, it is no word on whether Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who played Elaine Benes, or Michael Richards, who played Kramer, will be joining the new project.

What fans criticized most about the famous television series was its finale. In fact, after weeks of rumors of an impressive final episode, fans were much disappointed. Maybe this new project will be quite well received by the fans. However, it was expected for Seinfeld to do something like this years ago, since the show stopped airing in 1998, almost 16 years ago.    

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