Larry David is soon going to have even less of a reason to complain: According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon, Hulu, and Yahoo are locked in a bidding war for the streaming rights to Seinfeld, a deal that’s expected to eventually eclipse the $500,000 per episode Netflix got for Friends. The Netflix Friends deal called for four years of exclusive streaming, but the Journal reports that at least one of the streaming services is hoping for a ten-year commitment for Seinfeld. Speaking of Netflix, the streaming giant has bowed out of the race, likely after an executive there caught George staring at his daughter’s cleavage.
The cast of Seinfeld. Photo: NBC