Jerry Seinfeld recalls when cast knew ‘Seinfeld’ was over: ‘Shouldn’t push our luck’
“Seinfeld” co-creator / actor Jerry Seinfeld has revealed the moment he knows it’s time to wrap up the comedy series.
The iconic sitcom ran for nine seasons from 1989 to 1998, airing 180 episodes – and many fans wanted the hit series to continue, but Seinfeld felt different.
“I remember when I was in the ninth season and I thought maybe it was time to wrap up, and I remember inviting Michael [Richards] and Julia [Louis-Dreyfous] and Jason [Alexander] in my dressing room and we all sat there and looked at each other, ”he told reporters at a press conference on Wednesday.
“I was like, ‘I thought maybe this was our time to have a good outing.’ We’ve been very lucky here. Maybe we shouldn’t take our luck too far. And we all agreed it was the right time. And I remember that was the only time we got together. all gathered in a locker room, the four of us, to make that decision. It was powerful, I remember… I remember because as soon as we all agreed, that was it. You know, if the four of us were in agreement, I know it wouldn’t go any further, ”Seinfeld recalled.
JERRY SEINFELD SAYS HE WOULD FIX SOME THINGS IN ‘SEINFELD’ IF HE HAD A MACHINE IN TIME
The stand-up comedian, 67, then explained to reporters that he would like to go back and edit some episodes of “Seinfeld” if given the chance.