Here's to feeling good all the time.
Usually a television or show has a point to its existence. Some have an overarching story that connect plot points over multiple seasons, while others focus on the development of characters over time. There's an emotional connection that draws you back in to keep watching.
But not Seinfeld. Jerry Seinfeld's early 90s sitcom celebrates the fact that it is a show about nothing. And if you want to binge nine seasons of a show that has no purpose, you’ll need to know where you can view it.
Where can I watch Seinfeld in Australia?
If you managed to miss out on the never-ending reruns that used to air on free-to-air TV nearly every night of the week, you'll be happy to know that Australian streaming service Stan has picked up the rights to Seinfeld. You may also be able to catch reruns on one of the free to air digital channels.
Stan offers a no lock-in contract and a free one-month trial, and will set you back $10 a month.
The first season of Seinfeld introduces us to our main characters. The titular Jerry Seinfeld leads the iconic cast made up of George, Elaine, and the quirky and over-the-top, Kramer.
The show follows the misadventures of each of these characters as they try to succeed at their jobs, explore relationships, and try their best to survive in New York City during the late 80s and early 90s.
Seinfeld Season Two continues the trials and tribulations of our cast of characters as they continue to get annoyed by every facet of their existence.
George tells Jerry that he finds his girlfriend annoying, Jerry’s opinion on people who had a pony as a child may have caused his aunt’s death, and Elaine begins to feel deeply depressed because her apartment does not live up to her standards.
The gang continues to become annoyed, angry, and frustrated with every person they meet and situation they find themselves in.
Due to off-hand remarks about a young boy who had been kidnapped in Pennsylvania, Jerry’s therapist starts to believe that Jerry is insane. George tells his partner the real reason behind him ending their relationship, which leads her to voluntarily admit herself into a mental institution.
Jerry and George pursue their dreams and decide to make a TV pilot for NBC, while George begins a relationship with an executive who previously worked at NBC.
Jerry is put into harm's way as someone tries to kill him. It's not all bad though as he scores the opportunity of a lifetime and is asked to appear on The Tonight Show. Somewhere along the line, Kramer is also mistaken for a serial killer.
George reveals to Jerry that he severely doubts his ability to perform in the bedroom. Things continue to go down-hill for George as financial difficulties force him to move back in with his parents.
Jerry blurts out a swear-word in front of a child who begins to frequently repeat the word. Jerry also kicks off a relationship with a masseuse. To his dismay, she refuses to massage him.
George’s parents decide to end their relationship, which deeply upsets him. This sets him on a downward spiral until he's eventually caught eating out of the trash.
Kramer does Kramer best by getting into the pizza business and happening upon Uma Thurman's phone number.
Elaine struggles to sleep in her new apartment due to a nearby dog that constantly barks at night. This problem is solved by a rabbi and Kramer, but Kramer begins to worry about his role in the dognapping.
The apartment building's maintenance team install new shower heads into the building and Kramer and Jerry become extremely displeased with the alteration.
George wishes to forget his fiancée's tragic death, but her parents create a foundation in her memory, which displeases George. Due to his hesitation towards the foundation, George believes that the foundation lawyer thinks he killed his fiancée.
Elaine reveals to her friends that she does not want to have kids, and begins to realise that her new partner has some odd and obsessive behaviours.
After eight years of a show about nothing, and an extremely successful run on television, Seinfeld enters its ninth and final season. After having an injury due to a knife, Jerry receives three pints of blood from Kramer.
Kramer claims that the best shaving cream on the market is butter. George decides to use a cane while he applies for a new job, but everyone believes that he has a disability. Things understandably get worse when his employer realises that George doesn’t have a disability.
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