Jerry Seinfeld’s Marriage Ref reality show soon on NBC

Jerry Seinfeld will return to the small screen as the executive producer and creater of an reality show on Marriage, The Marriage Ref.

Jerry Seinfeld will create and exec produce the Marriage Ref show

Jerry Seinfeld will create and exec produce the Marriage Ref show on NBC

The six-episode show will feature all kinds of celebrities and comedians offering solutions to real-life couples caught up in marital fights.

The reality show is called Marriage Ref, because the celebrities and comedians offering their views and solutions will act as referees as the couples try to sort out their marital problems.

Jerry Seinfeld has been quoted as saying, “This is not a therapy show, it’s a comedy show.”

“After nine years of marriage, I have discovered that the comedic potential of this subject is quite rich,” he added.

Jerry will be returning to TV eleven years after the hit sitcom Seinfeld was wrapped up in 1998. Seinfeld that ran for nine seasons is considered a classic show of its times.

Jerry Seinfeld will collaborate with Ellen Rakieten ,executive producer of The Oprah Winfrey Show to put together The Marriage Ref.

Seinfeld and Rakieten pitched the show to NBC Entertainment co-chairman Ben Silverman.

Jerry Seinfeld was last seen in the Bee Movie, where he does the voice over for Barry B. Benson. Seinfeld also wrote and produced the movie.

Seinfeld is also a published author. His book Seinlanguage was a Number One New York Times bestseller. Jerry Seinfeld has also written a book for children called Halloween.

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