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Seinfeld Stars To Reunite in Primetime

By Gabrielle Birkner

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Television viewers will get a fresh dose of that distinctly Seinfeldian brand of kvetching this fall, when the four series’ stars reunite in “a multiple-episode story arc” on the HBO series “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” Entertainment Weekly’s Hollywood Insider blog reports:

The cameos will mark the first time that all four actors have appeared together in a scripted TV show since Seinfeld went off the air nearly 11 years ago.No date has been set for this event, or for Curb’s seventh season, which will run for 10 weeks. Curb, of course, was created by and stars Larry David, the cocreator of Seinfeld.

The episodes, which are currently shooting in Los Angeles, appear to represent a continuation of David’s relationship with the Seinfeld stars. As Curb fans know, [Jerry] Seinfeld, [Julia] Louis-Dreyfus, and [Jason] Alexander have made individual appearances on the award-winning series over the years.


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Scott Greene Sun. Mar 8, 2009

This is by far my favorite TV show at the moment. I am so glad it's coming back!




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