Seinfeld’s ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ gets a third season

Jerry Seinfeld, seen performing last month at the New York Comedy Festival and Bob Woodruff Foundation's Stand Up for Heroes event, will be back in cars with fellow comedians and coffee.
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Jerry Seinfeld is getting caffeinated for the New Year. On Jan. 2 his popular Web series “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” will premiere its third season on Crackle and

The show, which generally runs about 15 minutes or so, is pure Seinfeld. It features the comedian picking up another comedian friend in a new and snazzy car and going for a drive with coffee. In the first two seasons Seinfeld chewed the fat with Sarah Silverman, Chris Rock, David Letterman, Ricky Gervais and Alec Baldwin, among others.

The participants in the new six-episode season have not yet been announced, but a teaser trailer is online that shows the grill of a car overdubbed with conversations between Seinfeld and his guests. Try and recognize the voices if you can.

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“Jerry Seinfeld pioneered a new approach to unscripted storytelling with ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ and his vision garnered record-breaking viewership on Crackle,” said Eric Berger, executive vice president of digital networks for Sony Pictures Television and GM of Crackle. “We are thrilled to be bringing more highly anticipated episodes to every television, computer and mobile device for today’s connected audience.”

Currently the show, which is produced by Sony Pictures Television’s Embassy Row, is Crackle’s most-watched original series. It also received an Emmy nod this year in the special class -- short-format nonfiction programs category.


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