Los Angeles [USA], August 24 : Jerry Seinfeld is heading to Netflix.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the acclaimed stand-up comedian and the creator of 'Seinfeld' signed a massive deal with the streaming giant in January that included two stand-up specials and 24 new episodes of his Emmy-nominated talk show 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee'.

The deal, which will also see old episodes of 'Comedians' moving from Crackle to Netflix, kicks off later this year.

Also, the streaming giant has slated Seinfeld's first stand-up special for the streamer to launch worldwide Tuesday, September 19.

As part of the release date announcement, Netflix on Tuesday unveiled several videos from the special on Instagram, as well as up-close looks at Seinfeld's material.

The hourlong special, titled 'Jerry Before Seinfeld', will see the comedian return to New York City's famed The Comic Strip, the club that helped launch his career.

The set will be interspersed with never-before-seen material, including an extensive library of legal pads containing every joke Seinfeld has written since 1975 as well as childhood videos.

As part of his set, Seinfeld will perform the jokes that helped ignite his career.

(Posted on 24 August 2017, 1695755926 3O239O59O31)