The late Kathryn Kates began her career in theater before taking on memorable roles in numerous films and TV shows over the years, including the 2021 film "The Many Saints of Newark."
"Seinfeld" fans will recognize Kates from the beloved babka episode.
Yes, it is true. The contestants of "Too Hot to Handle" really have no idea they are appearing on the Netflix show, and what they've got themselves into.
"This is actually perfect," one commenter wrote.
James Weiss, who studies microbes, told Newsweek the tiny animal was "the clumsiest tardigrade" he had ever seen.
Thanksgiving is a huge celebration which even inspires fictional characters on TV shows to take the time to enjoy the festivities.
From "The Dukes of Hazzard" to Miss Piggy, the list of shows and characters scrutinized during a more culturally sensitive time continues to grow.
Seinfeld inspired a bidding war between streaming services, ultimately seeing Netflix triumph over Hulu to win the rights of the series.
"Too Hot to Handle" on Netflix is a twist on the classic dating show, but surprisingly its roots are to be found in a 1992 episode of "Seinfeld" once named the best TV episode of all time.
Festivus is a day to gather your family and tell them: "I got a lot of problems with you people, and now you're gonna hear about it."
The upcoming event is the first time some of the "Seinfeld" actors have gotten together since the 2009 season finale of Larry David's "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
TBS will air a five-hour marathon with the best episodes featuring Stiller's iconic character, as a salute to the late actor.
The actor, best known for his role as Frank Costanza on 'Seinfeld,' passed away on May 11.
The comedian, known for his role as the crotchety father to George Costanza, passed away on May 11 at 92.
Ben Stiller described his father as a "great dad and grandfather, and the most dedicated husband," adding that he will be "greatly missed."
Seinfeld's excellent new Netflix special "23 Hours to Kill" opens up all sorts of questions about his career and what it's like being a comedic icon.
Louis-Dreyfus has been hosting past co-stars on her Instagram Live streams on Saturdays.
The comedian was found dead in Oregon in July.
Patrick Warburton recreated the famous scene from the season six episode "The Face Painter" in which Puddy shows off his love for the Devils.
George Costanza is going to start serving up fried chicken.
Netflix is writing Kevin Spacey out of House of Cards. But HBO is removing all Louis CK material.
The Yankees are back atop baseball's mountain.
An unknown comedy writer just penned a horrifyingly funny "Seinfeld" script revolving around 9/11.
On a pitch-perfect sketch of the Brooklyn Democratic debate, Clinton and Sanders battled it out and took questions from "Seinfeld's" Elaine.
The streaming service won a bidding war for the show, the first time it's on-demand.
The writer and actor's play is breaking Broadway ticket sales records before even opening.
The court took 14 pages to explain the 'Not that there's anything wrong with that,' joke