Festivus comes early this year for Seinfeld fans! For the first time ever, Seinfeld: The Complete Series is now available to download to own on Digital from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Starring the multiple award-winning quartet of Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards and Jason Alexander, Seinfeld is considered to be one of the greatest and most influential sitcoms ever made and is ranked among the best television shows of all time by publications such as Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone and TV Guide.
Fans now have an all-access pass to all 180 episodes across the series’ nine seasons and have the option to purchase individual episodes, full seasons or the entire series. From classic episodes like “The Soup Nazi,” “The Bubble Boy,” and “The Muffin Tops,” to historic moments such as Jerry’s Today show appearance in the infamous Puffy Shirt and George’s scenes with Yankees owner George Steinbrenner to the emergence of iconic catch phrases like “Yada Yada Yada,” “Double-dipping,” “No soup for you!” and “Shrinkage,” fans can finally complete their digital collection with all things Seinfeld.
Created by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, Seinfeld premiered on NBC on July 5, 1989. Following the professional and personal lives of four single friends living on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Jerry Seinfeld, a stand up comedian; his childhood friend, George Costanza (Alexander); his ex-girlfriend, Elaine Benes (Louis-Dreyfus); and his wacky neighbor, Cosmo Kramer (Richards) — the sitcom about nothing quickly became a cultural phenomenon and television’s top-rated show, eventually drawing more than 30 million regular viewers each week. The series was nominated for 68 Emmy Awards (winning 10) and 15 Golden Globes (winning three) over the course of its run.
Seinfeld was produced by Shapiro/West Productions in association with Castle Rock Entertainment and is distributed by Sony Pictures Television.