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NEW YORK (PIX11) — New York City straphangers who board the No. 7 train will feel like they’ve been transported into a scene from “Seinfeld.”
The first-ever total train takeover in MTA’s history began on Monday, May 12.
All 11 cars of an entire train on the No. 7 line are fully wrapped on both interior and exterior, transforming it into the show’s Monk’s Café, complete with Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer in their preferred hangout.
“For an entire a month, a New York City subway will become the ‘Seinfeld 11 Train’ in honor of our ongoing commitment to this hilarious show and WPIX,” said Sheraton Kalouria, chief marketing officer for Sony Pictures Television. “Now, any time New Yorkers want to know where to find ‘Seinfeld,’ they just have to think 11 on 11.”
In April, Seinfeld returned to an 11 p.m. berth on PIX11 by popular demand after having been moved to a midnight slot last fall.