Netflix subscribers hoping to binge-watch the longest-running show about nothing in TV history will have to find another streaming service to do so on, because Netflix has reportedly passed on the show. According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Sony Pictures Television (who owns the rights to Seinfeld), are in “advanced talks” to sell reruns of the sitcom to a willing streaming service, but the most popular service isn’t among them.
Also in the same WSJ report is talk that a “person familiar with the matter” said that Netflix took a good hard look at buying the rights to stream Seinfeld last year, but ultimately passed. Earlier this year Netflix added another huge ’90s sitcom, Friends, to their library which is rumored to have ...
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