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'Seinfeld' reunion: Jerry Seinfeld says reunion happening very soon

'Seinfeld' reunion:  Jerry Seinfeld says reunion happening very soon
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Seinfeld” reunion coming to a television near fans. According to a Jan. 30 CBS news report, "Seinfeld" fans can soon catch their favorite sitcom stars in a “Seinfeld” reunion. Two of the stars of the show, Seinfeld and Jason Alexander were recently spotted together in New York City, and rumors about a reunion went wild.

Seinfeld set the record straight on Thursday on WFAN’s “Boomer & Carton” show, where he admitted that the reunion project was filmed, and that other characters were involved. He noted that show favorite, Alexander is back as George Constanza. On the show, Seinfeld added that it’s a “secret project.” He also explained, “I gave you more now than I’ve given anyone,” in response to more speculation about the project.

The Huffington Post reports that Seinfeld described the project as being “short-ish,” but longer than 60 seconds. Co-creator and “Seinfeld” executive producer Larry David is also involved in the secret project.

So when do fans get to see their favorite actors together again? Seinfeld confirmed that this is a “one-and-done” project and that the public will get to see it “very, very soon.”

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