Jerry Seinfeld Making His Comeback To Television

January 11, 2010

U.S. (ChattahBox) – Are you tired of marital shows aimed at providing expert advice for spousal problems? Then you will love the new format for Jerry Seinfeld’s new show, which aims to end feuds. But this isn’t your average Dr. Phil stage.

“The Marriage Ref” is a new reality/comedy show that brings a panel of celebrity judges into the homes of slightly less-than stable couples to judge who should win a fight.

The problems are far from real life issues for most of us married folk. For example, one couple fights over the husband’s insistence on parking his motorcycle in the middle of the livingroom.

While it will likely not prove actually helpful for a healthy marriage, it will get you laughing.

“Our entire drive is to try and make you laugh,” Seinfeld, who is both executive producing and appearing as a panelist, explained.

“Experts are helpful. And that is not our thing. This is a comedy show.”

Other judges set to appear are 30 Rock stars Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin, and Desperate Houswives diva Eva Longoria.

Tom Papa will be hosting as the Ref.

The first episode is set to air on NBC on February 28.


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