A real-world version of Jerry Seinfeld’s iconic Upper West Side apartment on the long-running NBC sitcom “Seinfeld” is set to open later this month for a short run in New York City. Hulu announced plans for the installation, which is going up as part of the streaming service’s rollout for all episodes of “Seinfeld.”
The show will begin streaming on Hulu Wednesday, June 24, the same day “Seinfeld: The Apartment” opens in New York. The pop-up installation will be open to the public until Sunday, June 28.
“Guests and fans who enter ‘Seinfeld: The Apartment’ will have a chance to peruse an experience inspired by the apartment from one of the most popular, award-winning and one of the longest-running comedy series of all time for free,” Hulu said in its announcement. “The installation will include interactive elements, allowing fans to partake in some of the most memorable on-screen moments throughout the series, including the George Costanza Valentine’s Day photo shoot and their very own Kramer ‘barge-in’ entrance.”