Seinfeld. Just say the name of the iconic comedy and someone will laugh or share their favorite episode. It was one of the biggest shows of the 1990s. Each of the main cast – Michael Richards, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jerry Seinfeld, and Jason Alexander – received Emmy Awards in recognition of their work. Except, surprisingly, for one.
Netflix is having fun announcing ‘The Arrival of Seinfeld’
The streaming giant recently released a trailer, declaring it “the hottest new show of 2021″. OK, not really new, but never seen before on Netflix.”
Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos mentions tongue-in-cheek company press release That: “This is the first time we’ve taken a risk of this nature, going all-in in season nine of Jump. But Jerry’s made something special out of this sitcom that no one has done so far. I really like He and Mr. David seem to have a huge future ahead of them and I am thrilled that Netflix can be the home for them to grow their fanbase.”
all nine seasons of Seinfeld Debuts on Netflix on October 1.
Jason Alexander Was the Only Actor on ‘Seinfeld’ Not to Win an Emmy
While Richards, Seinfeld, and Louis-Dreyfus each won Emmy Awards for their work Seinfeld, Alexander who played the barely-matched George Costanza in the series, was nominated seven times, but never received the honor. when asked by Television Academy Foundation (TAF) If the boycott ever bothered him, the actor observed.
“That would be phrased very strongly,” said Alexander. “I take note. I note that I never won it. I note that I’m the only one out of four who never won one. If I told you, ‘The dream of my life is to win an Emmy Award,’” ‘ So I’ll lie. I never caught sight of that award. I don’t even really believe in awards for acting. I don’t think comparing one actor’s work in one role to another actor’s work is completely different There’s a way to do the role. Now if the competition was, ‘All five of you are going to play the same role,’ now we’re talking about a competition. But we’re not doing that.”
Julia Louis-Dreyfus on winning an Emmy for the show
The Elaine Baines actor won an Emmy for her role in 1996, but admitted that she had given up thinking she would receive a trophy.
“Up until that point, you know, I had been nominated several times,” she said. TAF. “Joe was wonderful to be nominated, but I thought I’d lose. So I remember very clearly the year I won, when the camera cut me off and they told my name. I think I caught the camera. looked up and said, ‘Oh please, oh please, oh please,’ because I knew I wasn’t going to win. When they announced to me, I was like, ‘What the f***?’ It was like I couldn’t believe it, I was so shocked, it was a shock. But I was happy to win, because I really, Really wanted to win That’s true, I really did. It felt so good. It’s always scary when you win, because you have to get up and not travel and stand up straight and suck your stomach and say something that’s clever. “
‘Seinfeld’ co-creator Larry David Wayne was the first actor to play Newman before Knight