The 'Seinfeld' lead actor and co-creator imagines that 'George would probably have a wife and kids... and he would be tortured' on present day.
There isn't an actual plan for a "Seinfeld" reunion in the future, but Jerry Seinfeld, like most fans of the 1990s sitcom, has imagined what the characters would be like years after the events in the 1998 series finale. During a photo shoot for The Hollywood Reporter magazine, he shares his vision of the gang in modern day, "They're gonna be somewhat dysfunctional, as we remember them."
The co-creator and lead actor of the hit comedy series elaborates, "I imagine there'll be some kids. Some divorces. Social situations, is what I'd imagine for the four of them. George (Jason Alexander) would probably have a wife and kids -- very normal, suburban. And he would be tortured."
Back in 2009, "Seinfeld" cast members reunited on co-creator Larry David's HBO show "Curb Your Enthusiasm". The season revolved around how David tried to initiate a "Seinfeld" reunion show, marking the first time since "Seinfeld" went off the air that the main cast appeared together on a scripted show.