Seinfeld remains one of the most influential and iconic sitcoms of all time as it defined several generations of sitcoms and comedies in general, mostly due to Jerry Seinfeld’s brilliant mind for comedy.
As reported earlier, Seinfeld was set to drop on Netflix on October 1st and it did just that, much to the delight of fans all over the world who simply can’t wait to watch the show again.
On the occasion of the show releasing on Netflix, the streaming giant even released a very bizarre LEGO commercial, featuring Jerry Seinfeld as a LEGO character.
While the show is certainly iconic in many aspects, it is not safe from its fair share of problematic moments that not everyone would agree with nowadays. While speaking to Deadline, Jerry Seinfeld admitted that he would fix some aspects of the show.
“There’s a number of them that I would love to have a crack at, but I don’t really believe, philosophically, in changing or even thinking about the past,” he said. “My philosophy of life is that [it] happened the way it happened, and we’re going to go from here. And that’s the best way to … live. I think regret is a philosophical position that I disagree with. It kind of assumes you could have changed the past, so I wouldn’t even think of that. But if you forced me or you gave me a time machine, yeah, there’s a few — I would fix some things.”
It will certainly be great to see yet another generation of people watching Seinfeld for the first time and falling in love with the show for its brilliant use of comedy, despite some aspect ratio issues.
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