Earlier this month, streaming service Hulu dished out millions of dollars for a show about nothing. Good thing for Hulu is that show, “Seinfeld,” happens to be one of the most successful television shows of all time. It’s quite a snag for the service, since Netflix seemed to put its eggs in one basket and got “Friends” last year, you know that hip show with its complicated shoes! For some streaming connoisseurs, being free to now binge “Seinfeld” is a plus to head over to Hulu — a freedom much like being stripped down to your waist and eating a block of cheese.
It has now been announced that on June 24, all 180 episodes of “Seinfeld” will be available on Hulu. Yeah, that’s right, next month Hulu subscribers can stream any episode of the show at anytime — while eating a Snickers bar with their knife and fork, waiting for a table at a Chinese restaurant, on a “Merv Griffin Show” set rebuilt in their apartment, making a salad in the shower, basically anytime.
So there you have it, “Seinfeld” will soon finally be streaming. Now we can be satisfied until Larry David decides to do another season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” It’s a Festivus Miracle!