‘Seinfeld’ could be coming soon to Hulu, Amazon, or Yahoo!

Seinfeld -For all those who want to watch a Show About Nothing on a daily basis, what we have for you today as to be considered tremendous news.

According to the Wall Street Journal, a number of different streaming outlets, including Hulu, Amazon, and Yahoo, are all in the process of negotiating with Sony Pictures TV over the rights to be the exclusive streaming home of “Seinfeld” episodes. The show has 180 installments, and despite being in the rear-view mirror for several years, they remain extremely popular. The repeats play extensively over on TBS, and there is even an excellent podcast out there about the show if you haven’t had a chance to listen to it. These are episodes that have extensive replay value, as well, so there will be many who enjoy the convenience of sitting down and checking these out time and time again.

Unfortunately, Netflix has already decided that they don’t want to be in the “Seinfeld” business, and we imagine that money may be a factor. They have already invested a ton in “Friends” episodes, and they also have their extensive slate of original shows. Given that the WSJ has reported that Sony is looking for more than $500,000 an episode, we cannot really blame them. It’s a good thing that these other services have deep pockets.

If you were to ask us, the service that really needs this the most at the moment is Amazon, who has started to become more of a direct Netflix competitor thanks to some exclusive deals and great original programming like “Transparent.” This could elevate them to the next level. Yahoo is still too green to be a major force in this field, and we really feel like the Hulu Plus model works best for current-season episodes of your favorite shows. (It’s not really worth sitting through commercials and paying for it to watch “Seinfeld”).

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