On Wednesday, Sept. 1, the streaming service revealed that every one 180 episodes of the Emmy-winning sitcom from co-creators Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David will be accessible for viewing on Oct. 1. Again in 2015, Hulu had acquired the streaming rights to the seminal Nineteen Nineties present’s 9 seasons earlier than Netflix bought them in 2019, and the collection left Hulu in June 2021—not that there is something fallacious with that.
Netflix issued a humorous press launch written as if the comedy, which was the preferred TV collection when it signed off in Might 1998 and has since been named by TV Guide as the best present of all time, was a fledging undertaking that had but to make its mark.
“That is the primary time we have taken a danger of this nature, going all in on 9 seasons on the bounce,” Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos stated in a press release. “However Jerry has created one thing particular with this sitcom that no person has ever achieved. I really suppose he and Mr. David have huge futures forward of them, and I am thrilled Netflix could possibly be the house for them to develop their fanbases.”