There are so many moments in Seinfeld that will forever make it one of the best TV shows to have ever aired. And if you're feeling nostalgic, don't worry, because Hulu recently acquired the rights to stream the series, so you can replay all your favorite episodes.
But Hulu is bringing back your favorite TV show in a way that will make you feel as though you're on the set.
In celebration of Seinfeld being adding to its list of streaming content, Hulu is recreating the iconic Upper West Side apartment where fictional Jerry Seinfeld lived.
"Seinfeld is one of those rare shows that continues to influence pop culture to this day, so what better way to launch its streaming debut than to celebrate the fans and give them a chance to relive the scenes from some of the most iconic moments in TV history," Jenny Wall, head of marketing at Hulu, said.
Built in collaboration with Magnetic Collaborative, the installation will include interactive elements, so that fans can feel like they are in the show themselves, walking in the same shoes as the actors, reciting their favorite lines, and yada, yada, yada.
Feel free to create your own Kramer "barge-in" entrance, or make your own George Costanza Valentine's Day photo shoot – both part of the installation.
This isn't the first time fans of famous sitcoms got to experience shows in an interactive way. Back in September, Warner Bros. TV and Eight O'Clock Coffee teamed up to open a Central Perk pop-up shop from Friends that allowed fans to sit on the couch and sip on coffee just like the cast.
HBO also opened a Game of Thrones-themed pop-up restaurant in London in Februrary so that fans could feast like a Lannister.
"Seinfeld: The Apartment" installation will be located on 451 West 14th St. in New York City, and will be open for the public from June 24 to June 28 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
All episodes of the series will become available on Hulu beginning June 24.
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