Seinfeld (1989 - 1998)



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The landmark Jerry Seinfeld-Larry David creation about four neurotic New Yorkers was ostensibly about nothing, but of course was uniquely something: the master of sitcom domain (earning 10 Emmys over its nine-year run) that its star described as 'micro-concept TV.' No hugging, no kissing, little plot. Just brilliant, quirky takes on the seemingly mundane events of daily life. The 'Seinfeld' finale was the third-highest rated series-ender ever, topped only by those of 'Cheers' and 'M*A*S*H.'

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Critics Consensus: In its final season, the cynical show about nothing goes out defiantly on its own terms -- even if means alienating fans who may have wanted things to end differently.

1997, NBC, 24 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

1996, NBC, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

1995, NBC, 24 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

1994, NBC, 24 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

1993, NBC, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: The show about nothing tries on an overarching plot for a change and yields a riotous satire on television in the process, further solidifying its claim as master of the sitcom domain with observant humor mined from the mundane and uncomfortable.

1992, NBC, 24 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

1991, NBC, 23 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

1990, NBC, 12 episodes

Critics Consensus: Seinfeld's first season lays out the template for the show's unique style, effectively outlining the hugless, lesson-free humor that would later make it an oft-imitated classic.

1989, NBC, 5 episodes


Jerry Seinfeld
as Jerry Seinfeld
Jason Alexander
as George Costanza
Julia Louis-Dreyfus
as Elaine Benes
Michael Richards
as Cosmo Kramer
Liz Sheridan
as Helen Seinfeld
Barney Martin
as Morty Seinfeld
Len Lesser
as Uncle Leo
Richard Fancy
as Mr. Lippman
Bob Balaban
as Russell Dalrimple
Heidi Swedberg
as Susan Biddle Ross
Estelle Harris
as Estelle Costanza
Jerry Stiller
as Frank Costanza
Danny Woodburn
as Mickey Abbott
Bryan Cranston
as Dr. Tim Whatley
John O'Hurley
as J. Peterman
Phil Morris
as Jackie Chiles
Steve Hytner
as Kenny Bania
Alison Armitage
as Dental Hygienist
James Karen
as Mr. Canterman
Andy Ackerman
as Director
John Lizzi
as José Carreras
Alison Armitage
as Dental Hygienist
Wilford Brimley
as Postmaster General Henry Atkins
Ian Abercrombie
as Justin Pitt
Keith Hernandez
as Keith Hernandez
Bryan Cranston
as Dr. Tim Whatley
Brian George
as Babu Bhatt
Larry Hankin
as TV Kramer
Chaim Jeraffi
as Parking Guy
Rance Howard
as Blind Man
Jon Gries
as Homeless Man
Ping Wu
as Delivery Boy
Elena Wohl
as TV Elaine
Tom Wright
as Morgan
Steve Koren
as Himself
Mimi Cozzens
as Mrs. Canterman
Gordon Jump
as Thomassoulo
Reuven Bar
as Foreign Guy
Lynn Clark
as Vanessa
Tracy Kolis
as Marlene
Peter Murnik
as Lt. Martel
Gene Dynarski
as Izzy Jr.
Jeremy Piven
as TV George
Diana Castle
as Mrs. Zanfino
Edgar Small
as Sid Luckman
Henry Woronicz
as Father Curtis
Jane A. Johnston
as Todd's Mother
David Moreland
as Mr. Parry
David Moscow
as Lomez Jr.
Kyle T. Hefner
as Bizarro George (Gene)
Fort Atkinson
as Dr. Stern
Mario Joyner
as Mario Joyner
Kathy Griffin
as Sally Weaver
Larry Thomas
as Soup Nazi
Fred Pinkard
as Newsstand Guy
Danny Tartabull
as Danny Tartabull
Tim O'Hare
as Vendor
Seraiah Carol
as Mrs. Allister
O'Neal Compton
as Earl Haffler
Daniel Dae Kim
as Student #1
Helen Carey
as Mrs. Nyhart
Ted Davis
as Dry Cleaner
John Hamelin
as Babu's Brother
Kimberly Chase
as Charmaine
Greg Collins
as Policeman
David Purdham
as Dr. Resnick
Larry B. Scott
as Photo Man
Pat Finn
as Joe Mayo
Sam Whipple
as Phone Guy #1
Frantz Turner
as Salesman
Vic Polizos
as Tabachnick
Jeff Lester
as Raymond
Ross Evans
as Reichman
Kathryn Kates
as Counterwoman
Mary Scheer
as Ms. Smoth
Peter Stormare
as Slippery Pete
Karen Barcus
as Receptionist
Dave Dunard
as Security Guard
Rebecca Glenn
as Other Woman
Jerry Levine
as Store Clerk
Carol Leifer
as Receptionist
Wayne Tippit
as Captain
Tony V.
as Clicky
Jonelle Kennedy
as Secretary
Damon Jones
as Watkins
Lloyd Bridges
as Izzy Mandelbaum
Robert Katims
as Deensfrei
Frances Bay
as Mrs. Choate
David Byrd
as Pharmacist
Stephen Root
as Bank Manager
Jack Plotnick
as Crew Leader
Jack Hallett
as Sponsor
John Fleck
as Attendant
Will Utay
as Doctor
Ruthie Cohen
as Cashier
The Flying Karamazov Brothers
as The Flying Sandos Brothers
Rende Rae Norman
as Ms. Baines
Katie Layman
as Cynthia
Meagen Fay
as Mrs. Burns
Diana Bellamy
as Mrs. Ricardi
Ben Stein
as Shellbach
Mik Scriba
as Bomb Squad Guy
Frank Van Keeken
as Vegetable Lasagna
Dayton Callie
as Cab Driver
John Apicella
as Repairman
Elliott Reid
as Armstrongs
Lenny Rose
as Elaine's Seatmate
Michael Des Barres
as Restaurateur
Jed Rhein
as Steven
George Cheung
as Restaurant Owner
Radmar Jao
as Delivery Boy
Bruce Jarchow
as Mets Exec
Rif Hutton
as Salesman
Anita Wise
as Waitress
Rae Allen
as Mrs. Sokol
Lanei Chapman
as Housekeeper
Mark Beltzman
as Suit Opponent
Paul Gleason
as Victoria's Uncle
Raye Birk
as Zookeeper
Pat Kilbane
as Feldman
Richard Roat
as Dr. Berg
Ella Joyce
as Dean Jones
Suzanne Krull
as Different Gwen
James Lashly
as Assistant
Judy Kain
as Lorraine
Susan Diol
as Audrey
O-Lan Jones
as Waitress
Frank Novak
as Liquor-Store Clerk
Peggy Lane
as Waitess
David Dunard
as Group Leader
Peter Allas
as Counter Guy
Harvey Jason
as Auctioneer
Jule Clark
as Waitress
Tony Colitti
as Gang Leader
Angelo Tiffe
as Delivery Man
Howard Mann
as Willie Sr.
Bart McCarthy
as Cab Driver
Clint Howard
as Smog Strangler
Taylor Negron
as Hairdresser
Harry Murphy
as Office Manager
Paul Perri
as Detective Banner
Radmar Agana Jao
as Delivery Guy
Dyana Ortelli
as Chambermaid
Nancy Lenehan
as Volunteer Woman
Tom Towles
as Dog Owner
Peggy Maltby
as Clarisse
Ralph Manza
as Furniture Store Owner
Dean Hallo
as Gendason
Wayne Grace
as Ukranian Man
Nicholas Mele
as Detective
Julie Clark
as Waitress
Michael Laskin
as Mets Exec
Joe Basile
as Delivery Guy
Ursaline Bryant
as Dr. Wexler
Monica Allison
as Moviegoer
Aimee Aro
as Faithy
Lois Nettleton
as Lindsay's Mom
Arminae Azarian
as Saleswoman
Danny Breen
as Guy with Glasses
Chris Aguilar
as Burmese Boy
David Sage
as Dr. Dembrow
Maggie Han
as Cheryl
Anthony Cistaro
as Joel Rifkin
Karen Lynn Scott
as Farmer's Daughter
Dana Patrick
as Model #1
Toshi Toda
as Mr. Tanaka
Al White
as Detective Udewitz
Everett Greenbaum
as Man Pursuing George
Jim J. Bullock
as Flight Attendant
Carol Rosenthal
as First Ticket Clerk
Debra Mooney
as Mrs. Sweedler
Chase Kim
as Charmaine
Larry Polson
as Homeless Guy
Elayn Taylor
as Book Fan
Barry Kramer
as Bag Guy
Dee Freeman
as Service Assistant
Mary Sheer
as Caseworker
Al Fann
as Judge
Lane Davies
as Fleming
Terry Sweeney
as Assistant
Lewis Arquette
as Leapin' Larry
Garman Hertzler
as Mr. Berger
Sid Newman
as Old Man
Matthew Fonda
as NBC Executive
Ken Thorley
as Car Dealer
Ed Winter
as Mr. Stevenson
Pamela Dillman
as Salesperson
Fern Fitzgerald
as Ms. Wilkie
Carl Banks
as Policeman #1
Cindy Lu
as Worker
Tracy Letts
as Counterguy
Jenica Bergere
as Moviegoer
Gerrit Graham
as First Clown
Denise Dowse
as Joe's Wife
Larry Miller
as Doorman
Gary Yates
as Security Guard
Barry Cutler
as Policeman #2
Marco Rodriguez
as Guillermo
Raf Mauro
as Car Washer
Georgann Johnson
as Mrs. Stevenson
Shûko Akune
as Receptionist
Maria Cina
as Saleswoman
Yvonne Farrow
as Employee
Jocelyne Kelly
as Newman's Model
Amit Itelman
as Employee
Lewis Dauber
as Doorman
Nicholas Hormann
as Calvin Klein
John Randolph
as Frank Costanza
Buck Showalter
as Buck Showalter
Goh Misawa
as Mr. Yamaguchi
Rena Sofer
as Mary Anne
Kevin McDonald
as Denim Vest
Loretta Fox
as Customer
Bahni Turpin
as Waitress #1
Fred Savage
as Fred Savage
Lisa Deanne
as Christie
Sab Shimono
as Executive No. 1
Louan Gideon
as Mrs. Hamilton
Chris Parnell
as NBC Executive
Linda Kerns
as Ms. Krantz
Tim Stack
as Optometrist
Suzy Soto
as Barbara
Angela Dohrmann
as Donna Chang
Kathie Lee Gifford
as Kathie Lee Gifford
Norman Large
as Detective
Kev Neil
as Waiter
Raquel Welch
as Raquel Welch
Alec Holland
as Coworker #1
Chip Chinery
as Coworker #1
Jon Voight
as Jon Voight
Regis Philbin
as Regis Philbin
Bette Midler
as Bette Midler
Corbin Bernsen
as Corbin Bernsen
Marisa Tomei
as Marisa Tomei
Shashi Bhatia
as Flower Girl
Robin Nance
as Model #3
F. William Parker
as Country Doctor
Fatima Love
as Secretary
Kevin Ruf
as Security Guard
Pat Cooper
as Pat Cooper
Dan O'Connor
as Young Cop
Dublin James
as Maurice
Frank VanKeeken
as Vegetable Lasagna
Brian Kaiser
as Postman
Monty Ash
as Saccamano
Jim Meskiman
as McCormack
John Kapelos
as Barry Profit
Fritz Mashimo
as Interpreter
Scott Jaeck
as Officer Vogel
Jay Leno
as Jay Leno
Judy Kerr
as Woman
Ossie Mair
as Driver
Victoria Mahoney
as Saleswoman
Peggy Blow
as Mail Clerk
Suli McCullough
as Coworker #2
Mark S. Larson
as Bizarro Newman (Vargas)
Lynn Manning
as Blind Man
Akane Nelson
as Executive #2
Shannon Whirry
as Cute Girl
Colin McClean
as Coworker #2
Edie McClurg
as voice of Mrs. Oliver
Paul O'Neill
as Paul O'Neill
Herb Mitchell
as Businessman #1
Jeff Hatz
as Manager
Jeanette Miller
as Old Woman
George Wendt
as George Wendt
Clement Blake
as Dirt Person #1
Robert Louis Kempf
as Businessman #2
Colin Malone
as Sleazy Guy
Jeff Yagher
as John Germaine
Alex Trebek
as Voice of Himself
Bill Lee Brown
as Partygoer
James Lesure
as Office Worker
Bill Gratton
as Postal Official
Erica Y. Becoat
as Stewardess
Maggie Egan
as Ticket Clerk
Jerry Dixon
as Customer
Erick Weiss (II)
as Ex-Girlfriend
Earl Schuman
as Izzy Mandelbaum Sr.
D.A. Johnson
as Dirt Person #2
Stanley Anderson
as Judge Vandelay
Torsten Voges
as Cab Driver
Sloppy Joe
as Hobo Joe
Vince Donvito
as Passerby
Larry David
as Prison Heckler
Florinel Fatulescu
as Stand Owner
Brian Callaway
as Passenger
Denise Bessette
as Therapist
Raoul Rizik
as Parade Goer
Mike Contessa
as Sketch Guy
Ruth Cohen
as Ruthie
Dave Mandel
as Himself
Chip Heller
as Policeman
Jeff Johnson
as Criminal
Jon Hayman
as The Bubble Boy
Peter Blood
as Jay Crespi
Tony Carlin
as Coworker
Steve Carlson
as Capt. Maddox
Ed O'Ross
as Det. Blake
Myra Turley
as Forewoman
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