Seinfeld back on Thursdays this fall with NY live shows
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fourteen years after his classic sitcom ended, Jerry Seinfeld is returning to Thursday nights in New York City. He won't appear on primetime television, however. From October 4 to November 8, Seinfeld will perform a full stand-up comedy show in a different theater in the city's five boroughs nearly every Thursday, the night his hit show "Seinfeld" aired on NBC from 1990 to 1998. Seinfeld hasn't performed a full show in the Big Apple since 1998, when he sold out the Broadhurst Theater on Broadway shortly after his sitcom ended. ...
Damn, i thought you were talking about the sitcom at first, love the show but don't care much for his stand up.