Not that there's anything wrong with that
July marked the 25th anniversary of the premiere of NBC's Seinfeld, which is routinely held up as one of the greatest sitcoms in television history — but anyone hoping that we might someday get the chance to revisit Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer in anything longer than a Curb Your Enthusiasm episode or a Super Bowl commercial is still out of luck.
"I think it would be lame, and I think it would be an embarrassment to the nice place that the show occupies. I'm absolutely happy keeping it the way it is. You can't keep asking for more of certain things, you know? One of the keys to life is having a sense of proportion, knowing how long to sit at a restaurant after you've eaten, or how long you should go on vacation — if you go to Hawaii for a month on vacation, I guarantee you that by the end you'll hate it. So it's the same with a TV show, you want to do a certain amount of it, so that when people look back on it and they love it. I could have easily done the show for one or two or three more years, but it would have changed the way people look back at it. I think I made the right decision. Because people like the show now even more than they did in the 1990s, because it didn't get worn out."