Love Seinfeld? So do we. And now we can actually go relive the show’s nine seasons by visiting the painstakingly perfect recreation of Jerry’s apartment, brought to us courtesy of Hulu.
The popular TV and movie streaming site officially released Seinfeld, “the show about nothing,” today. It originally aired from 1989-1998, amassing such a large cult following during its time that references to the sitcom still remain ubiquitous in pop culture and day-to-day life (whether or not you know it).
Aside from binge-watching the show for hours on end, you can also celebrate the new release by visiting Jerry Seinfeld’s apartment. That is, an incredible imitation of the set from the show, which Hulu has turned into a pop-up in the Meatpacking District of New York City.
If you live near New York, hurry on down to see the set on display, which also exhibits tons and tons of props and memorabilia from the show. It’ll only be around for five days, so make the most of it while you can. Just hope you don’t bump into Newman.
“I’m speechless! Speechless! I’m without speech!”