NBC has denied Pagesix.com's report:
NBC and Jerry Seinfeld shot down a New York Post report Friday that the comic was in talks with the network about a new sitcom. The report, citing no sources, said Seinfeld would play himself in a New York series similar to "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
"There's nothing to it," said NBC spokeswoman Rebecca Marks.
Seinfeld's spokeswoman, Elizabeth Clark Zoia, also said the story was completely false.
Sources tell PageSix.com that the 53-year-old comedian is in talks for a new series on his old net. The show is being pitched as "just like Curb Your Enthusiasm, but with Jerry, instead of Larry."
We guess it's better than a show about nothing!
The series, which is aiming for a June premiere, will be set in New York and will feature Jerry Seinfeld playing himself in an exaggerated reality. The whole thing is a bit confusing for us -- if Larry David in Curb was what would have happened had Seinfeld been called Costanza, what happens when Seinfeld goes Curb?
Thank goodness that as we speak, NBC is hiring people to answer these tough questions.
What else has Larry David been up to? Blogging
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