Your Total TV Guide
Jerry Seinfeld And George Costanza Reunite For Super Bowl Special
It turns out that what Seinfeld has been working on is a very special episode of his webseries Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. The catch this time is that instead of having a real life comedian as his co-star, Seinfeld instead has Alexander play George while he himself plays "Jerry." The show is Super Bowl themed, as George and Jerry are driving around because they couldn't find a good Super Bowl party to go to.
Louis C.K. And Jerry Seinfeld Battle The Hudson In Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee
Ever wonder what would happen if Louis CK and Jerry Seinfeld took a spin in Manhattan in the world’s tiniest and most ineffective car? Well look no further because the Fiat 600 is here to cart around the two comedy giants in the third season premiere of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. And thanks to the power that is the Internet, you can watch it all right here, right now.
Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee Season 3 Trailer Teases Howard Stern, Louis C.K. And Tina Fey
What better day to celebrate the approaching return of Jerry Seinfeld’s comedian-focused Crackle series Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee than on this December 23, the day die-hard Seinfeld fans will recognize as Festivus… for the rest of us! The new trailer has been making the rounds may not include any feats of strength, or airings of grievances, but it does give us a look at the celebrities and comedy in store for the new season.
Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee Returns: Watch Sarah Silverman's Episode
The second season of Jerry Seinfeld's webseries Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee premiered today and has the stand-up comedian and TV star returning to his vehicles to chat it up with fellow comedians and talk about cars and coffee.
Jerry Seinfeld Premiering New Web Series Later This Month
Seinfeld has a new web series in the works and the man has decided to go for length and alliteration in the title, instead. Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is being produced by Seinfeld alongside Sony Pictures Entertainment’s web outlet, Crackle. Each show will feature a conversation between Seinfeld and another comedian, which makes me wonder if it will be a little like Steve Coogan’s The Trip.