All 180 episodes of beloved ’90s sitcom Seinfeld just lately dropped on Netflix. Nevertheless, followers are noticing that some jokes aren’t translating in addition to they used to. Due to the streamer updating a present shot in 4:3 to 16:9, the body is cropped, thus leaving out some vital visuals.
Social media is vocal in regards to the viewing expertise, with many mentioning particular cases within the present the place the ratio crop is the worst. An instance that’s come up an incredible deal is Season 8 episode “The Pothole.” In a single explicit scene, George Costanza (Jason Alexander) is yelling on the pavement. However, with the replace, what precisely he’s yelling at is lacking.
— Brandon (spooky model) (@Thatoneguy64) October 1, 2021
This isn’t the primary time this form of problem has come up for an iconic present. The Simpsons suffered an identical destiny when all episodes started streaming on Disney+—however finally, the scenario was resolved.
Netflix promoted Seinfeld‘s transfer to the streamer with a brand new advert that includes comic Jerry Seinfeld and Bryan Cranston’s character Tim Whatley located on a Lego set, primarily based on Seinfeld’s residence. All episodes are at the moment accessible for streaming.
“Seinfeld “ – Netflix Day!
All 180 episodes accessible in all places.
For 32 years, me, Ted Sarandos and Reed Hastings envisioned this second.
LEGO jumped in on the final second.
Let the Worlds Collide! pic.twitter.com/XyAByz1JSy
— Jerry Seinfeld (@JerrySeinfeld) October 2, 2021