NEW YORK — “Seinfeld” fans are getting an open invitation into Jerry’s apartment.

Hulu has teamed up with production shop Magnetic Collaborative to remake Jerry Seinfeld’s TV apartment for the iconic show’s release of all nine seasons on the streaming video service this week.

Hulu created a free memorabilia museum with the world-famous Upper West Side apartment relocated in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. “Seinfeld” lovers can walk through a real-life model of the apartment and see different set items such as the Monk’s Cafe table and booth, the Festivus Pole and George Costanza’s photo shoot set from different episodes. There is also a canvas “brick wall” full of signatures from the show’s many stars, guests and crew.

The pop-up exhibit is open through Sunday at Milk Studios. Admission is free.

NEW YORK — Fox News Channel and Sarah Palin are cutting ties again.

The network said Wednesday that it was not renewing Palin’s contract as a contributor. The professional divorce, first reported in Politico, was described as amicable.

The 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate had joined Fox to great fanfare in 2010 and left three years later after some unpleasantness. Fox News chief Roger Ailes was reportedly angry that Palin had chosen another media outlet to announce she wasn’t running for president in 2012.

But only a few months after she left Fox, she rejoined the network as a contributor.

Palin has other ways of connecting to her fans. Last summer, she started her own subscription-based online network, “The Sarah Palin Channel.”

NEW YORK — Comedy Central’s Larry Wilmore has two words for Don Lemon of CNN: Calm down.

The “Nightly Show” host had some pointed words for Lemon, who became a target of some social media anger for opening his CNN show by holding up a card with the N-word written on it and asking, “Does this offend you?”

Lemon’s segment was in response to President Obama’s use of the word in a podcast discussion on racism arising from last week’s shooting of nine blacks in a Charleston church.

“You want to see what really offends me?” Wilmore asked on his show Wednesday, picking up a card with the words “Don Lemon” printed on it.

Associated Press