‘Seinfeld’ Fans Step Into Jerry’s Apartment as Show Hits Hulu

Jerry Seinfeld
Jerry Seinfeld. Photo credit: Jemal Countess/Getty Images Entertainment/Thinkstock

There is no question that Seinfeld has played a major role in television history. Seinfeld aired its last episode on NBC May 14, 1998, to more than 76 million viewers.

Despite the shows end, Seinfeld fans are still reminiscing on this iconic ’90s sitcom. Seventeen years later, on Wednesday, June 24, Hulu made all nine seasons of Seinfeld available for online streaming.

They didn’t stop there—Seinfeld fans also received an open invitation into Jerry’s apartment.

Hulu created a free memorabilia museum of Jerry ’s famous Upper West Side apartment—relocated to Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.

The museum, created by Milk Studios, was open to the public for five days. It featured a re-creation of Jerry’s one-bedroom apartment and an exhibition of Seinfeld‘s famous props and set pieces. The gallery space also included Seinfeld scripts and some of the real Seinfeld’s keepsakes from filming the show. Jerry Seinfeld, the star and namesake of the iconic television show, lives in East Hampton and has a unique online interview show, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.

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