Is a Seinfeld revival in the works? During a stand-up show in Boston over the weekend, Jerry Seinfeld teased that possibility or something of that sort. Seinfeld referred to the iconic comedy series finale, telling the crowd that he has a “little secret” and that “something is going to happen” related to that ending. “It hasn’t happened yet,” he teased. “And just what you are thinking about, Larry [David] and I have also been thinking about, so you’ll see … you’ll see.”
Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee returns to Netflix for its 11th series on Friday, but the comedian says he’s not looking to ever return to his eponymous series. “I wouldn’t be arrogant enough to think I could do it again,” Seinfeld says. “That’s egomaniacal.”
Continuing its aggressive move into the comedy space, Netflix has signed a deal with Jerry Seinfeld for two stand-up comedy specials as well as exclusive rights to his well-known online show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
HONOLULU (AP) — President Barack Obama will be Jerry Seinfeld’s first guest when the seventh season of his online talk show, “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” opens Dec. 30. The […]
Jerry Seinfeld could have picked anywhere to make his hit show, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. So why did the star of one of the most popular TV shows of all time make a Web series — one that features him picking up comics in classic cars and taking them out to banter over coffee — and then put it on Crackle, a network few people had ever heard of?
Crackle, Sony Pictures’ online network has been on a roll lately, riding on the coattails of Jerry Seinfeld’s hit show, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. The network is on track to being profitable, according to leaked documents from last year’s Sony hack. And it’s investing in new shows, like the stop-motion animated comedy SuperMansion, which is debuting this week, and Dennis Quaid-led drama, The Art of More.
The comic says conversations about bringing the iconic sitcom to the streaming service are currently underway. A deal with Seinfeld could be a major coup for Netflix, especially given the increasing importance of exclusivity in the digital-steaming business.
NEW YORK (AP) — Jerry Seinfeld is going back on the road.The comedian announced Thursday that he’ll debut the Web series “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” on July 19. The […]
TV’s ultimate survivor, Regis Philbin, signs off this week. the daytime kibitzer talks to Jerry Seinfeld about what makes a show last — and how to know when to quit.
Jerry Seinfeld prepares to debut his Web site, which will hold nearly every recorded comedy performance he has given, but will feature only three videos at a time, chosen by the comedian.