Paramount Offered Jerry Seinfeld & Michael Richards $500M for New Sitcom?

Claim – In April 2024, Paramount+ offered comedians Jerry Seinfeld and Michael Richards, who starred together on the hit show “Seinfeld,” $500 million for a new show.

Paramount’s willingness to work with the blacklisted Richards shows a “commitment to second chances and creative redemption,” one article said.

On April 10, 2024, published an article positing that Paramount, a streaming network, had offered comedians Jerry Seinfeld and Michael Richards – who starred together on the hit show “Seinfeld” – $500 million for a new show.

It began:

Breaking: Paramount Offers Jerry Seinfeld And ‘Blacklisted’ Michael Richards $500 Million For A New Sitcom

In a surprising turn of events, Paramount Studios has extended a monumental $500 million offer to comedy legends Jerry Seinfeld and ‘blacklisted’ Michael Richards to collaborate on a new sitcom. This unprecedented investment signifies Paramount’s confidence in the comedic duo’s ability to revive laughter and entertainment in the ever-evolving landscape of television.

Other media picked up the story, including  SpaceXMania  and The Dunning-Kruger Times.

The story was a piece of fiction.

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Richards, who played Kramer on the ’90s sitcom “Seinfeld,” was recorded saying the N-word and going on a racist rant while performing at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles in 2006. He has since been largely blacklisted.


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