On Thursday, April 24, Netflix released a trailer for the next original stand-up special to the comedy legend, 23 hours to kill, his first after a break of 22 years.
The show presents classic satirical pieces James Bond films and is expected to be released next month.
The trailer begins with the star chained to a table, a laser slowly moving towards its crotch and the cameras are then turned off to Seinfeld, dressed in a black suit, on stage at the Beacon Theater in New York, where the special was recorded.
He asked in the teaser, “Who designed the bathroom with the under-viewing window, so we could all see the collapsed and lifeless pants legs and the little tragic shoe fronts that barely grow under the impotent belt embarrassed?
“How much money does it cost to bring this wall down on another foot?” “
According to Netflix, the Seinfeld The star will also address “speaking against texting, bad buffets against so-called” great “restaurants and the magic of Pop Tarts” in the special comedy.
Seinfeld’s new show follows announcement of its most famous 90s cult sitcom Seinfeld, will also be available on Netflix.
The nine seasons and 180 episodes of the Emmy-winning sitcom will appear on the streaming service from 2021.
A number of virtual comedy events have taken place in the midst of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Chris Rock, Dave Chapelle and others participated in a fundraiser called Def Comedy Jam, with 100% of the profits going to essential workers and people living in disadvantaged communities, with a focus on Queens, Brooklyn and the Logan region of Philadelphia.
A new fund was launched last month to support emerging comedians affected by the coronavirus crisis and raised £ 50,000 on the first day. Dawn French, Adam Kay, Robert Webb, Sara Pascoe, Al Murray and Lee Mack all made a public donation to the fund.