As Catie Keck points out, Netflix is missing one of Hulu’s best features for streaming the series. "Great as this news may be for Netflix, cord-cutters with both services may see their Seinfeld-streaming experience degraded by the platform shift," she says. "Currently, the Seinfeld page on Hulu serves users a feature on the landing page to help navigate the show’s nearly 200 episodes. Nearly a dozen series-specific tags help filter Seinfeld episodes by popularity, breakup-related episodes, and episodes with a crime theme, among others. There’s even a Beginner’s Guide. These are not features that are currently available for some of Netflix’s own binge-worthy classics. But with Netflix constantly overhauling its platform to add more user-specific features—like the recently added Latest tab to surface new, upcoming, and trending content on a dedicated page rather than on the homepage, where it may otherwise be overlooked or missed—it’s not totally outside the realm of possibility that a feature similar to Hulu’s could surface on the platform." ALSO: Netflix's Seinfeld deal reinforces how important nostalgia is in its streaming success.