Jerry Seinfeld's web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee returns with a brand new season on November 6th, and Crackle released the first trailer today featuring Amy Schumer, Fred Armisen, Jimmy Fallon (on a boat), Kevin Hart, and Bill Burr chugging a cigar much like Crackle president Dick Corcoran last week.
On top of their recent multiple-season renewal of Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,Deadline reports that Sony's video site Crackle has also added a comedy with Bryan Cranston serving as executive producer. Titled Tightrope, the series will "replace a character from a classic detective series with a modern-day actor" and "juxtaposes the modern character with irreverent comic sensibilities and also with older characters from another era to reshape the stories into a contemporary comedy." No cast or release date has been announced yet for Tightrope, but the idea of Bryan Cranston infusing humor into old detective shows sounds very promising.
The second season of Jerry Seinfeld's web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee debuted this week with Sarah Silverman, the show's first female guest, appearing in the premiere. Chris Rock, Don Rickles, Seth Meyers, and other people are slated to appear in the rest of the 24-episode season. Check out the Sarah Silverman episode above and a preview for next week's David Letterman episode, which I'm assuming is Letterman's first-ever web series, here.
Don't worry, the Joe Dirt franchise is still alive and breathing. Crackle, Sony's digital network and studio, announced today that they'll be producing a sequel to the 2001 David Spade movie. The first film only grossed $27 million, but Spade cited the movie's high DVD sales at Wal-Mart (seriously) when he first started talking about a sequel in 2006. The sequel didn't materialize and Spade sold a Joe Dirt animated series to TBS in 2010. The project didn't move forward, but now Spade is prepping it as a digital movie for Crackle, to be released online streaming. A rep from Crackle said today that the Joe [...]
Jerry Seinfeld's Crackle web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee returns with a new round of episodes on November 6th with guests like Jimmy Fallon, Amy Schumer, Kevin Hart, and Fred Armisen, and today the streaming network released a tense teaser video featuring Seinfeld's old TV neighbor Michael Richards as the cigar-sucking Crackle president Dick Corcoran.
Crackle and Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee sponsor Acura announced today that they've renewed the popular Jerry Seinfeld web series for four more seasons. The order for seasons six through nine are in addition to the already added fourth and fifth seasons, assuring that Seinfeld will get to show off his fancy cars for a total of at least six more seasons online. Considering the heat Seinfeld's taken recently for his lack of guest diversity, news of this multiple-season renewal suggests that his plans for the series go way beyond the kinds of guests seen during the first three seasons.
As was previously announced, Jerry Seinfeld's web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is coming back for a second season, and here's a trailer for the new batch of 24 episodes, which features guests like Chris Rock, Don Rickles, David Letterman, Seth Meyers, and the show's only female comedian to date, Sarah Silverman. Sony's digital network Crackle is releasing the first new episode on Thursday at noon. Tune in to see if 24 episodes gives Seinfeld time to squeeze in a second female guest.
Backwash is a new web series written and produced by Joshua Malina, of Sports Night and The West Wing fame, and directed by Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle’s Danny Leiner. It stars a who's-who from the comedy world: Michael Ian Black, Jon Hamm, Sarah Silverman, Hank Azaria, Fred Willard and on and on. It's an ambitious one, too, with top-notch production values and some episodes pushing 8 minutes, which is pretty long for web videos. I haven't seen it all yet, but this feels a bit more like a serialized movie than a standard web series.
The series is a crazy slapstick roadtrip adventure, featuring Malina, [...]
THR has revealed the guest lineup of the upcoming fourth season of Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, which will feature an odd mix of comedy guests Jon Stewart, Aziz Ansari, Robert Klein, George Wallace, and Sarah Jessica Parker — the third woman to be featured on the series so far after Sarah Silverman and Tina Fey. This is just one batch out of the web series' recent whopping six-season renewal, and the latest season is set to premiere June 19th on Crackle. Click through for a quick preview of the season with Seinfeld and George Wallace yelling at people in a restaurant.
Here's the season two finale of Jerry Seinfeld's web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, featuring Chris Rock. It's pretty great to see these two veteran standups talk to each other. It's like that HBO special from a couple years back where the two of them talk about standup with Louis C.K. and Ricky Gervais, only (unfortunately) Louis C.K. isn't there and (fortunately) Ricky Gervais isn't either.
A new season of Jerry Seinfeld's web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is right around the corner. The series, which premiered last year on Sony's digital network Crackle, features Seinfeld and a different comedian friend each week shooting the shit while they drive around in his fancy sports cars to get coffee. Last season featured guests like Larry David, Carl Reiner & Mel Brooks, and Alec Baldwin. Crackle announced today that Season 2 of the series will premiere sometime this summer and will consist of a whopping 24 episodes. Seinfeld's guests this time around will include David Letterman, Chris Rock, Don Rickles, and Sarah Silverman, who is [...]
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