It seems that the 'Frasier' reboot - which is notching up good reviews across the board - may mark the beginning of something when it comes to '90s TV revivals.

'Seinfeld' is a classic sitcom that many would love to see rebooted, and it looks like it may be on the cards if Jerry Seinfeld is to be believed.

The comic teased a revival during a recent stand-up gig in Boston, while responding to an audience member asking him whether he liked the ending to 'Seinfeld', which ran from 1989 to 1998.

"Well, I have a little secret for you about the ending, but I can’t really tell it because it’s a secret," he said. "Here’s what I can tell you, but you can’t tell anybody: Something is going to happen that has to do with that ending. It hasn’t happened yet. And just what you are thinking about, Larry [David, 'Seinfeld''s co-creator] and I have also been thinking about. So you’ll see."

However, it seems that Jerry hasn't shared any plans with any of his former co-stars, as Julia Louis-Dreyfus - who played Elaine on the show - attested to.

In an interview with The Guardian, she was asked about Seinfeld's comments and simply replied: "Yeah, I just saw [that news] last night. And I don’t know what the hell he’s talking about."

The show, of course, also starred Jason Alexander as George Constanza and Michael Richards as Kramer - but neither of them have commented publicly on the rumours.