The concept behind Jerry Seinfeld’s web series, Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, is so simple that it’s perfectly summed up in its title: A bunch of funny people sip beverages with the prominent stand-up after a quick trip in an automobile to procure them. It’s hardly the kind of premise you imagine requiring much…
One of my favorite car shows out there right now is also one of the simplest: two people, in an interesting car. It helps that the the two people are funny, and one of them is Jerry Seinfeld. Oh, there’s also coffee, but I don’t know shit about coffee. It’s Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, and it’s coming to Netflix…
It’s comedians, in cars, pulling heists and street racing. And getting coffee.
Who uses Crackle? Exactly. So rejoice, for Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee is moving the Netflix, according to New York Times media reporter John Koblin. Can someone say binge-watching?
Jerry Seinfeld, comedian and friend of the site, is mostly famous for his Seinfeld TV show. But among car people, he’s lauded for his Porsche collection. He doesn’t just own them, he actually drives them. And back when the show was on the air, he was apparently risking it all just to drive like a nut around Los…
The web show featuring Jerry Seinfeld staring blankly at other comedians over coffee is “on the market” to switch distribution from its current home at Crackle, according to insiders blabbing to The New York Times.
Episode six of the latest season of Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee features the hilariously grounding John Oliver, and he just might be the first person Jerry seems to genuinely get along with.
The third episode of season eight of Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee features a Studebaker Avanti and comedian J.B. Smoove, and the web show is finally funny again.
The second episode of the eighth season of Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee has Jerry picking up Margaret Cho in a 1967 Mazda Cosmo Sport. The duo chat about comedy, feminism, sexuality, Nazism and rape.
The new season of Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee goes live tomorrow. Meanwhile, Crackle’s YouTube channel uploaded the first mini episode of bonus clips from the show called Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Without Comedians or Coffee, Just Cars.
Jerry Seinfeld’s fantastic web-show about semi-funny people awkwardly enjoying non-iced coffee while pretending to recognize classic cars Jerry picks them up in is finally coming back for its eighth season on June 16th.
Comedian Garry Shandling, a veteran of many movies and TV shows, died today at age 66. Shandling just recently joined Jerry Seinfeld on his web show Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee this season, with the unfortunate episode title “It’s Great That Garry Shandling Is Still Alive.”
In our slider tool below, you see two almost identical Grand Prix White 1989 Porsche 911 Speedsters. One sold for $209,000, the other for $363,000 at the same auction. The only major difference between these rare 1980s wonders? Jerry Seinfeld.
The Gooding & Company’s East Coast auction on Friday featured more of Jerry Seinfeld’s ultra-rare cars than you could count on both hands, and he sold them for more money than any of us could count, even as a group effort. That auction pull included profit from all but one of Seinfeld’s cars, which failed to sell.
By now the world knows about the three rare Porsches Jerry Seinfeld put up for sale, but the reality is that tomorrow, you can actually buy pretty much the entire Jerry Seinfeld Collection at Gooding & Company’s East Coast auction. Here are all his special cars up for grabs.
With all that NBC and Sony money coming in, we wonder: Does Jerry Seinfeld need space the for something even more special in his garage? Either way, if you’re in the market for a Porsche 550 Spyder, a 356 A 1500 GS/GT Carrera Speedster or a 911 Carrera 3.0 IROC RSR, prepare your bank account for a diet.
Here’s Lyndon B. Johnson, the 36th President of the United States driving a German Amphicar in its natural habitat with Eunice Kennedy Shriver and Paul Glynn as passengers. This was a thing in the sixties.
This 1963 Chevy Corvette Stingray sure makes a driver look cool. But when President Barack Obama is behind the wheel, that might be the other way around. Even Seinfeld seems dorkier than usual next to the commander in chief.
We knew this was coming for a while, but it’s finally here. Once-bearded drama kid, former Colbert Report host, soon-to-be Late Show host, and all-around consummate gentleman Stephen Colbert, has gotten coffee with Jerry Seinfeld. In an old wooden Morgan on Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, of all things.