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Jerry Seinfeld as a reality series from NBC

Jerry Seinfeld is back on NBC as a producer of a reality TV series funny, where the stars and the struggles of trying to challenge an arbitrator for the couples to peace. This is good news for fans of Seinfeld.

The bad news? Seinfeld has said that he had no plans to step in front of the cameras of "Les Noces Ref" or, in fact, for each star in a TV series again. "It is a young man of the game," said Seinfeld, 54 "Nothing can be more than the experience that I experienced."

That would be "Seinfeld," of course, the comedy ends its nine operations in 1998 in large part from the golden era of NBC. The fourth place in the network in difficult times, and jumped at the opportunity to host one of its big names.

The idea came from personal experience.

Seinfeld and his wife Jessica, not by a day - I can not remember the object - a friend was visiting. The friend is unwell and asks whether you.

"I said, 'You know what, I need help in solving this one. I need a ref Wedding ", he says, the duty and friend.

Seinfeld has to develop the idea with a friend, Ellen Rakieten, just from the production of Oprah Winfrey, after 23 years.

She has to solve the problem and the experiences of comedian Seinfeld adds sensitivity. You do not have the intention to plunge into the serious, but not much as you, the bathroom dirty. Similarly, for nothing, really.

"I was married for nine years" Seinfeld said in a telephone interview. "One of my favorite things is to give children to your wedding. It's funny, because it's not your problem.

Indeed Rakieten said, "we all have to fight on this issue. As you can see in a playful manner and to recognize that you're not alone, you'll need is an on-board."

The consequences of time, from the reports and filmed couples and their fight. A group of guests that despite their celebrity recommendations and opinions before the final decision, a "reference", not elected, but things settle.

May, that this is not always the deciding factor, either. Links to sanction the fight against the dirty, for example, Rakieten said. Eye-Drive is a technical error.

The team hopes to show on the air for the coming season, but said that the time was not determined.

"NBC has a long and very successful with Jerry and the new approach reflects the incredible and unique ways," said Ben Silverman, the president of NBC Entertainment. "Viewers love this comedy very relative.

The whole comedy Seinfeld co-stars have tried, from the new show "Seinfeld" ended, with varying success. Julia Louis-Dreyfus was the most successful in CBS 'The New Adventures of Old Christine. "

Seinfeld, who has three children, said that his family and standup comedy career, he has the time to act in another series.


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