What’s better than finally getting to stream “Seinfeld” on your couch? Being in “Seinfeld” while sitting on Jerry’s couch!
For five days beginning June 24 — coinciding with Hulu’s release of NBC’s Must-See TV staple — the video-streaming service will also host a free recreation of Jerry Seinfeld’s Upper West Side pad at “Seinfeld: The Apartment.”
You’ll have to choose between binge-watching and visiting the exhibit though: “Seinfeld: The Apartment” will be open for just five days, through June 28. (That’s about all the rent a stand-up comic can afford on the Upper West Side nowadays.) Once you’ve gotten your photo ops with Jerry’s cereal and yell-talking at Elaine on his phone, check out the displays of props, scripts and memorabilia from the show.
And because we live in the Vine age, there will be “interactive fan experiences” where you can re-enact classic moments from the series like George Costanza’s Valentine’s Day photoshoot and, of course, a classic Kramer barge-in. So grab a Hawaiian shirt, stick your hair straight up and start practicing your entrance — just don’t help yourself to anything of Jerry’s.
“Seinfeld: The Apartment”
June 24-28, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
451 W. 14th St.