Hulu, Amazon and Yahoo said to be vying for rights to iconic sitcom
Actor also appeared on “Malcolm in the Middle”
Lesson learned: Don’t do stand-up at a disco — especially one in New York City on New Year’s Eve
“Jerry, I’m Hitler’s son-in-law,” Richards tells the “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” host
Jerry Seinfeld’s Crackle ‘Boss’ Michael Richards Demands His Organs in ‘Comedians in Cars’ Extra (Video)
Mini-“Seinfeld” reunion sees the actor behind Cosmo Kramer dying of a self-diagnosed disease in latest role
“We don’t cancel shows. We do the show and if things go wrong, that’s just the way it is,” the comedian says
Jerry Seinfeld Gets Devastating News From Boss Michael Richards in ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ Preview (Video)
Former “Seinfeld” co-star Richards plays the fictional president of Crackle, an online comedy network
The comedian also explains the provocative origins of beloved “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “Seinfeld” episodes
With her 5th Emmy win, Louis-Dreyfus becomes the only actress to take home 3 Emmys for 3 different comedies
The “Curb Your Enthusiasm” star’s first stage play will open in March
Take a deep breath, everybody; your favorite funny nerds will be back on the air
A New York Times writer claimed the Jerry Seinfeld catchphrase is "undoing 2,000 years' worth of human progress"
Former 'Seinfeld' star Jason Alexander came under fire after making remarks on CBS's "Late Late Show"
Jerry Seinfeld reveals his least favorite "Seinfeld" episode, how long he's been master of his domain and what he thinks of the "'Seinfeld' curse" on...
George Costanza will finally get as much soup as he wants in new partnership with the man who inspired the famous "Soup Nazi" episode of...
Jason Alexander responds: He likes the character Romney used to play, too
Daniel Von Bargen, who played clueless boss Mr. Kruger on hit series, told 911 operator that he shot himself in the temple
Discussing their own possible reunion on "Curb Your Enthusiasm," they discussed how another reunion ended badly
The former “Seinfeld” scribe also bashes traditional TV writers’ rooms
“Seinfeld” creator just hopes he’ll never have to spend “Seinfeld” money, he says in sarcastic op-ed
Comic says it was the “right idea at the wrong time” and suggests viewers just weren’t that into Conan