Jerry Seinfeld says 'Seinfeld' may head to Netflix

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Netflix regularly makes additions and subtractions to its streaming library, both of licensed and original content.

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Comedian Jerry Seinfeld said in a July 24 Reddit AMA that "conversations are presently taking place" regarding making his hit sitcom "Seinfeld" available on Netflix. Select episodes of the show, which won 10 Emmy Awards in its eight-year run, are currently available on streaming service Crackle.

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Netflix continually makes changes to its streaming video library as old licensing deals expire and new ones are implemented. In July 2014 a total of 79 movies were removed from the service, including "Dr. Strangelove," "Hotel Rwanda," and "Taxi Driver." Movies added include "City of God" and "Mean Girls."

Other high-profile shows Netflix has licensed in recent months include the Ricky Gervais comedy/drama "Derek" (which originally debuted in the UK in 2012), and the cartoon "Star Wars: The Clone Wars." Netflix will also begin streaming a live action Marvel series sometime in 2015. The TVDB

Other high-profile shows Netflix has licensed in recent months include the Ricky Gervais comedy/drama "Derek" (which originally debuted in the UK in 2012), and the cartoon "Star Wars: The Clone Wars." Netflix will also begin streaming a live action Marvel series sometime in 2015.

In addition to licensing pre-existing content, Netflix in recent years has also funded the development of exclusive, original content like "House of Cards" and "Orange is the New Black." The company spent $100 million alone on the two "House of Cards" seasons that have aired so far.

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