Jerry Seinfeld's show about nothing will keep him in new sneakers for some time to come, with recent negotiations for a fifth syndication deal for "Seinfeld" earning the comedian and co-creator Larry David an estimated $400 million each. Since the hit sitcom ended 15 years ago, "Seinfeld" has pulled in $3.1 billion in syndication fees as the 180 episodes loop on local TV channels ad infinitum. To date, each episode of the nine "Seinfeld" seasons has earned more than $17 million — who knew that Soup Nazi, Man Hands and Uncle Leo were worth that much? [Source]
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