Comedian Jerry Seinfeld on Thursday confirmed that a reunion of his eponymous sitcom is (kind of) happening, but didn’t divulge too many details.
Seinfeld, 59, stopped by the sports radio talk show Boomer & Carton to chat about football, when the conversation veered toward a photo making the rounds online of him and Jason Alexander walking into New York City's Tom's Restaurant – the famous site of many a Seinfeld scenes.
So what did Seinfeld confirm? He and Alexander were filming in the diner, Alexander was reprising his role as George Constanza during the filming, the project involves co-creator Larry David and other Seinfeld characters are also involved.
Seinfeld told the broadcasters that it was a "short-ish form" project that will go public "very very soon."
Diehard fans shouldn't get too excited, though. The project is most likely a one-off, the comic said, describing it as "one and done."
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