In the age of classic sitcom reboots like Will & Grace, Roseanne and even (maybe) Martin, Jerry Seinfeld just hinted that at a revival of the namesake hit series that's been off the air for 20 years. During his guest appearance on Ellen, the host asked is there's any possibility that the show could return. "It's possible," Jerry responded; an answer that was met with plenty of cheers and applause from the audience.

The show is currently available on Hulu, but of course, fans of the show would probably love some brand new episodes. Curb Your Enthusiasm already did a Seinfeld reunion or sorts, with the show's seventh season centered around a fictional reunion with the entire original cast. As much as Curb's Larry David knows the ins and outs of the series as Seinfeld's co-creator, a full season of original material would do extremely well.

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As great of an idea as it is, it might a bit of time to execute, especially seeing as Jerry is a busy with his Netflix extension of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.\

“They tell me what’s going on in their life, and I go, ‘Well, I’ll tell you what I think you should do,’" he explained about the show's concept, an episode of which he already shot with Ellen. "I said to you, ‘Would you like my advice about [wife] Portia getting another horse?’ And Ellen did not want my advice, but she was just trying to be nice, so she went, ‘Eh, okay,’ the way only she can do it."

Watch the full clip above.