At the moment, Seinfeld is working on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
It's been almost 20 years since Seinfeld, the show about nothing, came to a close and aired its last episode in May, 1998.
Maybe, maybe not! The 63-year-old has since given us hope when he appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and revealed: "It's possible".
"I don't think that was going any place amusing", Seinfeld said.
"It's possible, ' he said, to the elation of DeGeneres" excitable audience - and acknowledged their support.
Jerry and the show's co-creator Larry David have been asked many times about bringing back the hugely popular comedy series, which also starred Michael Richards as Cosmo Kramer, Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Elaine Benes and Jason Alexander as George Costanza.
Seinfeld hit television screens in 1989 and ran for almost a decade before going off air in 1998.
'I just started drinking coffee, just a few years ago, ' he said. "They tell me what's going on in their life, and I go, 'Well, I'll tell you what I think you should do.' And I said to you, 'Would you like my advice about [wife] Portia [de Rossi] getting another horse?' ..." Jerry independently created "Comedians in Cars" and Mr. Charles only concocted this claim after the show became a commercial success. The lawsuit claims that Seinfeld got angry that Charles was claiming ownership interest in the show, and wanted to be paid like it.
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