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.
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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. 14thSt.