No Soup For You! Secrets And Fun Facts About Seinfeld

Back in 1989 when the sitcom “Seinfeld” began, it was (and still is) described as a “show about nothing.” However, it has since spoken to millions of Americans and people all over the world, who love its dry humor, ridiculous real-life experiences, and peculiar but relatable characters.

That was 26 years ago. Even though the show ended in 1998, “Seinfeld” is still a cultural phenomenon with millions of viewers who can’t get enough of the hit series through re-runs and on-demand programming available through Hulu. Click on to read about all the show’s juicy secrets and learn what the cast has been up to since the show ended. You won’t believe who almost got the part of Elaine!

Jerry Seinfeld

Co-creator and comedian Jerry Seinfeld developed the show with Larry David. His character on the show was a semi-famous comedian, remarkably similar to himself. He was also neurotic, judgmental, and somewhat confused about where his life was headed, yet he was also endearing, fun, and someone we would love to hang out with.