Seinfeld Rakes in $2.7 Billion in Syndication

By Andrew Gauthier 

New York Post

Forget law school. Send your kids to comedy camp if you want them to support you in your old age.

“Seinfeld” might be the show about nothing, but it’s also made an incredible $2.7 billion — with a “b” — since it went off the air 12 years ago, according to Time Warner, which owns the series.


That makes “Seinfeld” the most profitable 30 minutes in TV history.

It is rare that TV studios reveal the amounts made by their most successful TV series, but at an investors’ conference late last month, execs spilled the beans about just what a moneymaker the show has been over the past 12 years. More…