Hey, sick of Seinfeld yet? If so, why are you reading this? But if you still have an appetite for more about the Last Great Phenomenal Sitcom Ever, Seinfeldia: How a Show About Nothing Changed Everything, the new book by TV historian and writer Jennifer Keishin Armstrong, might be worth a read.
Seinfeldia takes a behind-the-scenes view of the conception and ultimate execution of what became perhaps the most unlikely smash hit in the history of television. It also covers the enduring pop culture phenomenon that Seinfeld remains today, even among ironic jokesters on the internet who use it as a springboard for their own absurdist humor.
Seinfeldia: How a Show About Nothing Changed Everything can be pre-ordered from Amazon here in advance of its release in early July. Hardcover copies are priced at a little over 17 bucks. Just be sure not to take it into the bathroom with you unless you intend to pay for it.