Yes, there is a “Seinfeld” reunion coming “very, very” soon, according to THE Jerry Seinfeld. But nobody knows exactly what type of reunion it will be.
Earlier this month, Seinfeld, Larry David and Jason Alexander (George Costanza) were seen filming something at Tom’s Restaurant — the real-life New York City diner that “Seinfeld” used as one of its main settings — and many people guessed that it was for a Super Bowl commercial or Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars with Coffee” series.
But Seinfeld himself said Thursday during an interview with Boomer & Carlton that it was neither a commercial or for his sketch comedy series.
According to Variety, “Seinfeld said the project was not a commercial or an episode of his hit Web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,’ and while he would not give away much in the way of details, he did say that Alexander was playing his George Costanza character and that other ‘Seinfeld’ characters were involved.”
He “described the project as ‘short-ish form,’ a ‘one-and-done’ thing involving Larry David in some way that will be made available ‘very, very soon.’”