60 minutes with the comedy icon

Jerry Seinfeld (66, "Seinfeld") returns to the screens. Today, Tuesday (May 5th), Netflix is launching its stand-up program "23 Hours to Kill". For one of the icons of the American comedy scene, it is the first return to a live stage since 1998. It is the second cooperation between Netflix and Seinfeld.

After "Jerry before Seinfeld", which has been available on Netflix since 2017, Jerry Seinfeld returns to a stage in front of an audience for the first time in 22 years. "23 Hours to Kill" was recorded at the Bacon Theater in New York. It is not known when exactly the appearance was – in times of coronavirus the crowded crowd seems almost strange.

You can see Jerry Seinfeld as the Americans love him. The 1994 Golden Globe winner teased "23 Hours to Kill" on Instagram a few days ago . Seinfeld can be seen on a stage in front of a blue curtain. With a wired microphone in hand, Seinfeld proves for 60 minutes that he has lost nothing in wit, sharp-wittedness and observation. Viewers can look forward to high-class, old-school stand-up comedy.

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