How The Beatles Inspired Jerry Seinfeld To End His Legendary Sitcom After Nine Seasons!

Jerry Seinfeld's hit sitcom Seinfeld was on the air for nine seasons and became a pop culture phenomenon. Despite NBC's offer of $5 million per episode and rising ratings, Seinfeld decided to end the show because he wanted to go out on top like The Beatles. He believed that ending the show after nine seasons was the right thing to do and did not want fans to say the show was great in the beginning but lost its quality over time. Seinfeld expressed his strong emotional connection to the show and revealed that he didn't enjoy watching old episodes because they reminded him of how hard it was to produce them.