Put on a puffy shirt, grab some chocolate babka, and get ready to binge on "Seinfeld." The entire run of the classic '90s sitcom became available Wednesday on Hulu.
It's only available on Hulu Plus, which requires a subscription that costs $8 a month. Those who pay will get access to 180 episodes of low-talking, re-gifting and double-dipping.
"Seinfeld" aired its last episode in 1998, yada, yada, yada, the Internet became a thing, and soon everything from "Friends" to "Beverly Hills 90210" became available on streaming services like Hulu, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Instant Video.
The move could help Hulu Plus, which currently has around 9 million subscribers, gain ground on Netflix, which has more than 40 million subscribers in the United States. (Hulu is partly owned by Comcast, the parent company of NBC News).