Jerry Seinfeld has teased a possible Seinfeld reunion, 25 years after the comedy came to an end.
The sitcom, also starring Michael Richards, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jason Alexander, ran for nine seasons between 1989-1998, and followed a semi-fictionalized version of the lead star’s life with his close friends.
The of more than 76million viewers when it originally aired, but was widely criticized by those who tuned in.
A new video has emerged from the 69-year-old’s comedy set in Boston over the weekend, in which he suggested that ‘something was going to happen’ about that divisive episode.
Appearing on stage, Jerry – – was questioned about the program he co-created with Larry David, and whether he liked the way it ended.
‘Well, I have a little secret for you about the ending… But I can’t really tell it, because it is a secret,’ he replied, remaining coy.
Unsurprisingly, the audience went wild for the update, almost drowning Jerry out in applause.
‘Something is going to happen that has to do with that ending. It hasn’t happened yet,’ he continued.
‘Just what you are thinking about, Larry and I have also been thinking about. So, you’ll see.’
Fans couldn’t get over the comments and flocked to Twitter to share their predictions on what could be coming next.
‘He and Larry are cooking up something,’ one penned.
A follower replied: ‘This could be awesome! More Seinfeld!’
A Twitter user suggested: ‘This is going to be a Super Bowl commercial.’
‘I’m guessing a Super Bowl ad featuring the cast,’ a commenter agreed.
Seinfeld saw the actor play a semi-fictional version of himself, leading a star-studded cast through daily life in New York, as they lamented life, love and plenty of sticky situations.
The sitcom’s episodes were famously bookended by footage of his stand-up comedy, as the character – like his real-life counterpart – is also a comedian.
The series boasted 10 Emmy wins throughout the nine-year run, including three supporting comedy actor trophies for Michael and a supporting comedy actress statue for Julia.