Thanks to guest contributor, Drew Burstein who put together this piece on the 20th Anniversary of Seinfeld in infographic format! You have to see this graphic below- and it’s long and detailed but very informative. If you watch Seinfeld reruns, you will LOVE this infographic. And because I think this is that important, here is a short video of the funniest clips of Seinfeld:
Celebrate Seinfeld’s 20th Anniversary
By Drew Burstein,
Founder of www.FrameYourTV.co.uk
This Summer marks the 20th anniversary of the Seinfeld finale. In May 1998, over 76 million people tuned in to say goodbye to the fab four that was Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer. Generally agreed to be one of the greatest shows in TV history, Seinfeld enjoyed both critical acclaim and massive popularity throughout its 180 episodes.
Despite ending two decades ago, the legacy of Seinfeld can still be very much felt in modern-day pop culture. During its nine years on the air, this ground-breaking sitcom created dozens of words and phrases that became ingrained in the way we speak. Even in 2018, it’s almost impossible to go a day without hearing a Seinfeld-ism such as “yadda yadda yadda”, “no soup for you” or “re-gifting.” In fact, such is the cultural impact of the show that there is a whole generation who haven’t seen the show and are still referencing it on a daily basis!
Seinfeld remains shockingly relevant even after 20 years. Its meandering plots and “no hugging, no learning ethos” continues to be a guiding influence for many of today’s hit comedy shows. Far ahead of its time, the show was praised for its constant experimentation and many of its innovations can be seen in top comedies such Arrested Development, 30 Rock, and Parks and Recreation.
This fun infographic from Frame Your TV looks back at what made Seinfeld special. It features a list of the best episodes in the show’s history, a selection of top quotes as well as some fun trivia. This nifty graphic also breaks down the salaries and worth of one of the best-paid casts in TV history and looks at where they 20 years after the show has ended.
Drew Burstein is the owner and director of a company called “Frame Your TV”. He regularly writes about interesting topics related to television.
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Thanks to Drew Burstein for this fun and informative infographic! This is sure to keep you busy watching Seinfeld reruns all week long!
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