Jerry Seinfeld Reveals Whether a 'Seinfeld' Revival Could Happen

Jerry Seinfeld didn’t rule out the return of “Seinfeld.”

While chatting with DeGeneres about the recent spate of TV reboots and revivals, including the upcoming "Roseanne" and the recently announced "Murphy Brown", the host asked Seinfeld if his show could ever join their ranks.

"It's possible, ' he said, to the elation of DeGeneres" excitable audience - and acknowledged their support.

Jerry Seinfeld, in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres on Tuesday's Ellen, didn't rule out the idea of a Seinfeld revival.

Despite its lofty standing in television history, Seinfeld has resisted the urge to bring the show back.

"Why?" Seinfeld asked, before adding, "Maybe it's nice that you continue to love it instead of us tampering with something that went pretty well".

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It's only the tiniest of hints, but Jerry Seinfeld has raised the hopes that his sitcom might just be coming coming back. The reruns are still popular among both longtime fans and newcomers around the world.

At the moment, Seinfeld is working on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. The final episode was watched by an incredible 76 million people! Just before the series, I drank this drink and I go, "This is a fantastic drink and it really gets you chatty". A new season of 'Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee' is set to drop later this year.

However, Jerry might be heading to court soon, as a producer claimed he initially pitched the idea to him 16 years ago, according to TMZ.

Seinfeld fans, a warning: This news may make you want to shove the nearest person and shout, "Get!"

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