"Seinfeld" fans, brace yourselves.
A "Seinfeld" reunion will happen "very, very soon," according to Jerry Seinfeld.
Rumors sprung up last week when Seinfeld, Jason Alexander and Larry David were spotted at Tom's Restaurant on the Upper West Side. The diner's facade was an iconic part of "Seinfeld," and the Internet freaked out accordingly. Some thought they were prepping for an episode of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," but Seinfeld denied that theory on the "Boomer & Carton" radio show on WFAN on Thursday morning (Jan. 30). Instead, he promised a "Seinfeld" reunion.
Earlier this month, Seinfeld hinted at a "secret project" during his Reddit AMA and on the same radio show, he said that Alexander would reprise his role as George Costanza and other “Seinfeld” characters would be involved. He also described the project as being "short-ish" -- but longer than 60 seconds -- and a "one-and-done" thing involving Larry David.
Listen to the interview with Seinfeld for more on a "Seinfeld" reunion.