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Netflix Acquires “Seinfeld” For Half a Billion Dollars

Netflix has lost a few comedy shows like, “The Office” and “Friends” but on a brighter note, they’ll have “Seinfeld” available to stream.

The Los Gatos based streaming service signed a deal that more than half a billion dollars to have the show on its streaming platform.

Hulu currently has episodes of Seinfeld, but their deal ends in 2021, and that’s the year when Netflix will have the show up.

Hulu, Amazon, NBC, HBO Max and CBS All Access were trying their best to get the show onto their platform but lost the bidding war to Netflix.

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Today's #FanArtFriday comes from a true fan! Keep up the great work, @rydoggrafix! ・・・ Yada, Yada, Yada .. @seinfeldtv turns 30 today. I created a lil piece of art to celebrate. I started watching this show about nothing in syndication in like ‘96, 7th grade. I honestly at the time didnt even know about the hype and Im glad. It absorbed into my psyche and from then on I have referenced everyday life to #Seinfeld non-stop. The show will forever be relevant no matter the year. No show will ever top it. It changed me forever and makes me look funny when I steal references for jokes. Thanks Jerry, George, Kramer & Elaine for the crazy antics over 9 seasons. #Seinfeld30 #SeinfeldIsLife #rydoggrafix #AdobeIllustrator

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