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NBC Thursday announced plans to air a new comedy-reality series created by U.S. comedian and producer Jerry Seinfeld's Columbus 81 Productions.
NEW YORK, Oct. 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Hello Junk Mail! (National Lampoon Press) is the latest work of Ted L. Nancy, author of the best-selling, cult classic series Letters From A Nut. Mr.
A complete-series boxed set of "Seinfeld" won the top honor at the fifth annual TV DVD Awards Oct. 14, earning Best of Show as well as Best Complete-Series Set for Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The announcement came at a gala awards dinner at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles.
By NEAL JUSTIN For nearly three decades, NBC's Thursday-night comedy block has lived up to its "must-see" billing.
Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer...for many people these household names have become less like characters on America's most popular television show, and more like quirky friends from way back, worthy of quoting and recounting favorite moments.
DETROIT (AP) -- In a case that echoes a "Seinfeld" episode, a former postal worker has been charged with stealing thousands of pieces of mail that authorities say she had kept in a storage unit northwest of Detroit.
By Bill Lynch Comedian Jerry Seinfeld will return to Charleston on Dec. 12 at the Charleston Municipal Auditorium.
By Guy Adams He's unlikely to miss the money, but Bill Gates is coming to terms with the fact that neither Jerry Seinfeld, nor a $300m (160m) investment, can succeed in making him look cool.
By JUSTIN WILLIAMS A few weeks ago, I lambasted Microsoft for an awful advertising campaign for Windows Vista called The Mojave Experiment. The Mojave Experiment demoed a "new" version of Windows dubbed Mojave to a group of off-the-street test subjects.
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