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Jerry Seinfeld confirms 'Seinfeld' reunion

Jerry Seinfeld
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It has been quite some time since fans watched the series finale of "Seinfeld." Many were disappointed that the ending didn't give any closure to characters, while others thought they left it hanging for future projects. "Seinfeld" was huge in the 1990s and it is one of the most referenced comedies to date. It is a huge part of pop culture. Last months rumors swirled about a possible reunion when Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander were spotted together with a film crew. According to a Jan. 30 report from CBS news, Jerry Seinfeld has confirmed there will be a "Seinfeld" reunion. He didn't elaborate on details, but fans are thrilled.

There is plenty of speculation about what the "Seinfeld" reunion will include, and who. Michael Richards is currently doing "Kirstie" on the TV Land network, so he may or may not make an appearance. Obviously Jason Alexander will be bringing George Costanza to the table as he was seen filming with Jerry Seinfeld.

Fans will have to wait for more details regarding the "Seinfeld" reunion. When Jerry Seinfeld confirmed the project he made a lot of fans really happy. It has been talked about for quite some time. This is one show that will forever be etched in minds throughout generations.

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