Seinfeld

The "show about nothing" is a sitcom landmark, with comic Jerry and his three sardonic friends finding laughs in both the mundane and the ridiculous.

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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials June 1990 February 2010 5
Season 1 July 1989 June 1990 5
Season 2 January 1991 June 1991 12
Season 3 September 1991 May 1992 23
Season 4 August 1992 May 1993 24
Season 5 September 1993 May 1994 22
Season 6 September 1994 May 1995 24
Season 7 September 1995 May 1996 24
Season 8 September 1996 May 1997 22
Season 9 September 1997 May 1998 24
Unassigned Episodes 0
Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials June 1990 November 2004 2
Season 1 July 1989 June 1990 5
Season 2 January 1991 November 1991 13
Season 3 September 1991 May 1992 22
Season 4 August 1992 May 1993 24
Season 5 September 1993 May 1994 22
Season 6 September 1994 May 1995 24
Season 7 September 1995 May 1996 24
Season 8 September 1996 May 1997 22
Season 9 September 1997 May 1998 24
Unassigned Episodes 3
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Season From To Episodes
Season 1 July 1989 May 1998 180
Unassigned Episodes 5
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Larry David 108 07/05/1989 - 05/14/1998
Jerry Seinfeld 22 07/05/1989 - 11/25/2004
Peter Mehlman 22 04/04/1991 - 04/30/1998
Larry Charles 18 04/11/1991 - 05/05/1994
Max Pross 14 09/30/1993 - 11/07/1996
Jeff Schaffer 14 11/03/1994 - 05/07/1998
Tom Gammill 14 09/30/1993 - 11/07/1996
Alec Berg 14 11/03/1994 - 05/07/1998
Andy Robin 13 03/18/1993 - 05/07/1998
Gregg Kavet 11 03/16/1995 - 05/07/1998
Spike Feresten 10 11/02/1995 - 11/25/2004
David Mandel 9 11/16/1995 - 05/07/1998
Carol Leifer 8 10/28/1993 - 01/04/1996
Steve Koren 7 11/21/1996 - 05/07/1998
Jennifer Crittenden 6 10/17/1996 - 05/07/1998
Dan O'Keefe 6 02/20/1997 - 05/07/1998
Darin Henry 6 02/06/1997 - 11/25/2004
Bob Shaw 6 11/13/1991 - 09/22/1994
Marjorie Gross 4 12/08/1994 - 02/15/1996
Bill Masters 3 12/04/1991 - 09/22/1994
Marc Jaffe 3 02/26/1992 - 04/09/1998
Bruce Eric Kaplan 3 11/06/1997 - 05/07/1998
Bruce Kirschbaum 3 02/18/1993 - 01/05/1995
Tom Leopold 3 11/06/1991 - 10/28/1992
Elaine Pope 3 09/25/1991 - 10/28/1992
Fred Stoller 3 11/10/1994 - 05/11/1995
Matt Goldman 2 06/07/1990 - 11/27/1991
Sam Kass 2 12/15/1994 - 01/05/1995
Steve O'Donnell 2 11/07/1996 - 02/20/1997
Jon Hayman 2 01/06/1993
Charlie Rubin 2 02/10/1994 - 04/27/1995
Steve Skrovan 2 01/06/1993
Ron Hague 2 02/10/1994 - 04/27/1995
Larry Levin 2 02/12/1992
Matt Selman 1 05/09/1996
Jill Franklyn 1 04/24/1997
Don McEnery 1 11/13/1991
Greg Daniels 1 04/22/1992
Bobby Farrelly 1 11/11/1992
Lawrence H. Levy 1 09/16/1993
Andy Cowan 1 05/19/1994
Kit Boss 1 04/30/1998
Peter Farrelly 1 11/11/1992
Billy Kimball 1 02/05/1998
Buck Dancer 1 09/16/1993
Jonathan Gross 1 04/27/1995
Steve Lookner 1 02/26/1998
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Andy Ackerman 92 09/22/1994 - 05/14/1998
Tom Cherones 81 05/31/1990 - 05/19/1994
David Trainer 2 12/08/1994 - 01/30/1997
David Steinberg 2 09/25/1991 - 11/13/1991
Jason Alexander 2 03/04/1992
Art Wolff 2 07/05/1989 - 06/28/1990
Morgan Sackett 1 11/25/2004
Joshua White 1 10/16/1991

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