Hulu has acquired the rights to Seinfeld, the streaming service announced Tuesday. All 9 seasons and 180 episodes will be available to watch in June.

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hulu, which won the Warner Bros. TV sitcom in a bidding war with Amazon and Yahoo, will reportedly pay about $700,000 per episode.

This is just the latest deal as more and more studios strike deals with streaming services for their libraries. In January, Netflix, which apparently passed on Seinfeld, made all 10 seasons of Friends available.

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