For many, seinfeld is one of the best comedy series of all time. Launched in 1989, the work had nine seasons and was on the air until 1998. However, the popularity of the series only grew over time, even after the end of the narrative, created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld.
Proof of this is a “different” episode, so to speak, which has been broadcast online in the middle of 2023. We explain: seinfeld won an unofficial AI-generated episode that has been airing on Twitch in an endless loop since December 14, 2022.
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Entitled “Nothing, Forever” (Nothing, Forever, in free translation), the chapter brings back the main characters of the series, Jerry (Seinfeld), Kramer (Michael Richards), Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) and George (Jason Alexander ). However, they come to life through more mechanical figures and somewhat pixelated animations.
Seinfeld is considered one of the best comedy series of all time and has inspired several other sitcoms.Source: NBC
In the cut, the group of friends of seinfeld is in a more modern New York and they move between different scenarios, such as their apartments and Jerry’s comedy show, with some laughs, a classic element of sitcoms, in the background. According to the description of the Twitch channel responsible for the episode, the idea is “a show about nothing that happens forever”.
Where to watch the AI-created parody?
If you’re interested, the content can be watched on Twitch through this channel. About 40 minutes of the content is also available below, in a capture posted on YouTube. But remember, the content was created by artificial intelligence with graphical limitations.
Created by Mismatch Media, the sequel is intended to be a parody of the celebrated comedy series. To create the episode, the company used resources like OpenAI and DALL-E, which help the company to create experimental forms of entertainment. For the chapter dialogues, for example, GPT-3, OpenAI’s language tool, was used.
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Despite the “homage” to the seinfeld not being perfect and having somewhat robotic dialogues and unfinished scenes, many fans of the series have praised Mismatch Media’s effort and revealed that they cannot stop watching the work.
One netizen tweeted, “I can’t stop watching. I can’t. This is my life now. You lost me to AI-generated Seinfeld.”
I can’t stop watching. I can’t stop. This is my life now. You have all lost me to AI-generated Seinfeld https://t.co/JICkUlj9UP
— Nicky Ryan (@NickyRyan_) February 1, 2023
The channel also promises that it will keep the episode on the air for 365 days. That is, if you haven’t watched it yet, don’t worry, because there’s no shortage of time!