Back to the Deli for ‘Seinfeld’ Alum in New Series — With His Real-Life Son This Time

Mar 10, 2017  •  Post A Comment

One of the regulars from NBC’s “Seinfeld” is headed back to the deli for a new series. It’s not the fictional Monk’s Cafe from the NBC show, but another deli, where Jason Alexander — “Seinfeld’s” George Costanza — and his real-life son Gabe Greenspan convene regularly as “heightened versions of themselves” in the short-form digital series “Dinner with Dad,” from Freeform.

“’Dinner with Dad’ chronicles a young man’s weekly get-together meal with his father,” Freeform says in announcing the show today. “Only what does that look like if your father happens to be Jason Alexander from ‘Seinfeld’? Episodes of the short-form digital series will premiere on Freeform.com, the Freeform app and Hulu, starting March 10.”

Click here for details, including a guide to the show’s first eight episodes.

Jason Alexander and Gabe Greenspan in
“Dinner with Dad” (Freeform/Rick Rowell)

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