Seinfeld DVD Eyed
DVD Exclusive talked to Jerry Seinfeld about whether or not we'll see a Seinfeld DVD any time soon.
"I've heard some talk of it. It's really one of those things that, I'm not participating in that decision," says Seinfeld, "It's a distribution decision. But I'm hearing that it's in the air. They're definitely considering it."
He says that Columbia TriStar has the rights to the series now and that they are trying to find what extras should go on the DVD. "One of the things is trying to find outtakes and gag reels and stuff that we wanted to include. That has been a problem. Nobody seems to really know where that is. It's so funny. Things you never would think of when you're making a show, when you cut a scene, that you're gonna want that 10 years later. You know, it never would cross your mind. We had no such notions back then."
He adds that he is participating in what the series would look like on DVD. Look for the release to have "interviews with who, by who. You know, cast members and writers, and who we would want the commentary from. And, the other things I mentioned. What kinds of outtakes do we have? What should we use?"