Serenity now: Australia is finally means to tide all of ‘Seinfeld’

Turns out a streaming rights to ’90s comedy Seinfeld are flattering damn expensive. 

In a U.S., all 180 episodes were finally picked adult in Jun 2015 by Hulu, who had reportedly paid scarcely US$1 million per part to Sony Pictures Television, following a behest war. Quite a kerfuffle over a “show about nothing.” 

With no Hulu participation Down Under however, Australian fans have been left in a lurch. Until now.

Australian streaming use Stan has only picked adult all 180 episodes of a biggest uncover ever, for your back-to-back observation pleasure. It’s a Festivus miracle!

The array will be accessible on a use from Nov. 11, remastered in widescreen and high definition. 

Stan also exaggerate a rights to that other ’90s sitcom strike Friends and the arriving Twin Peaks — as it muscles in on a marketplace that has seen internal rivals such as Presto and Quickflix strike tough — while Netflix battles plateauing growth in a region.

Now, on with a binge-watching!

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