Jerry Seinfeld appeared on WFAN radio show Boomer & Carton on Thursday to talk football, but the conversation eventually turned to the Seinfeld reunion rumors that have emerged ever since he and Jason Alexander (better known as George Costanza) were seen outside the series’ iconic New York landmark Tom’s Restaurant earlier this month.
Seinfeld confirmed that the outing was indeed filmed, but not for a Super Bowl commercial or for an episode of his web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. “It’s a secret project,” Seinfeld said, adding that it’s “short-ish” form, but longer than 60 seconds. He also revealed that other Seinfeld alumni were involved — including Larry David, who will not appear on camera — and that they shot at other locations besides Tom’s, though they didn’t film at Jerry’s apartment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
Unfortunately, Seinfeld — who is also rumored to be working on “a gigantic project” for Broadway with David — said the mystery Seinfeld reunion project won’t be a recurring series. “I think it’s one and done,” he noted.
But there is some good news: The project will be unveiled “very, very soon,” Seinfeld added.
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