Car dealers will go to great lengths to get you onto the lot. Everyone expects doughnuts or coffee in the waiting room. But what about a Samsung flat-screen TV with the purchase of a sedan?
After finding success with two TV shows — first on NBC with “Seinfeld,” followed by a good digital run for “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” — Jerry Seinfeld says his latest obsession is his residency at New York’s Beacon Theater.....
Get a cup of coffee. Attend worship services. Go to the library. Board a flight. Ride a train. Take a bus. Drive a car. Walk down the street. Fill up at a gas station. Go to work. These are things that most of us do every day without a second thought, but these unremarkable events are increasingly fraught with fear for many Muslims. Show More Summary
Shia Labeouf carries his phone in hand while getting out of his car and picking up a cup of coffee on Sunday (October 30) in Sherman Oaks, Calif. The 30-year-old newly-married actor wore a pair of blue Crocs on his feet. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Shia LaBeouf In case you missed it, [...]
Crackle’s programming strategy could be summed up in one word: excess. Following a new season of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, the original-content upstart kicked things into high gear with StartUp, a gripping new drama starring Martin Freeman, Adam Brody, Edi Gathegi, and Otmara Marrero that’s chock full of sex, scheming, and sexy scheming. Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld’s popular online series is looking for a distributor, and the move could deal a blow to Sony Pictures Entertainment’s streaming service Crackle. The New York Times reports that “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” which debuted in 2012, “put...
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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. Read more...
Losing the popular show that put it on the map would be a blow to Crackle, Sony Pictures Entertainment’s streaming service.
In 2012, Jerry Seinfeld began inviting his comedy buddies for some coffee and pairing each guest with a car that had qualities that were, in Seinfeld's eyes, similar to his guests. Eight seasons later, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee has featured 57 comedians and 56 cars.Jerry spotlights each car in his own Seinfeldian way. Show More Summary
Washington, D.C, circa 1920. "Police coffee." Backed by the Salvation Army's powerful message of hope and/or thrift. 8x10 glass negative. View full size.
For an entire decade, no jokester could come up with a punch line strong enough to knock Jerry Seinfeld out of the top spot of highest-paid comedians. The Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee funny man has earned a whopping $900 million since 2006. Sorry Jerry, but show's over for you at [...]
Tomorrow (September 29th) is National Coffee Day. Celebrate by watching Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and grabbing a cup of joe at a participating Café Grumpy’s – where you can enter for a chance to win a pair of tickets to Jerry Seinfeld’s show a the Beacon Theatre. Show More Summary
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld is set to perform three shows at the Chicago Theatre in December. Seinfeld, who hosts the Emmy-nominated "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," is scheduled for sets Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. and Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Tickets, which cost $86-$175 plus fees, are slated to go...
The weekend is here! Pour yourself a mug of Italian Roast coffee, grab a seat on the hammock, and get ready for our longer form weekend reads: • The battle between Tesla and your neighborhood car dealership (Washington Post) • Amazon...Show More Summary
Up for its first major Emmy award Sunday, Jerry Seinfeld's boutique talk show "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" might be one of the most singular entries this year. Though nominated in the past, the series (which streams free at www.crackle.com) was previously grouped with semi-dinky miscellaneous...
Sony’s Crackle hit a milestone last month when it landed its first Emmy nomination in a major category, a best variety talk series nom for Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee. The streaming network, whose original programming...Show More Summary
Crackle’s reputation as a provider of original content has largely been built on Jerry Seinfeld, whose Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee has provided the streaming service with the media attention — and this year, the Emmy nomination for Outstanding Variety Talk Series — that its other shows have not been ... More »
Back in April, we brought you news that Crackle was continuing its ongoing efforts to be known as something other than the place where Jerry Seinfeld has coffee dates, as the Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee service announced a TV adaptation of Guy Ritchie’s frenetic crime comedy Snatch. Show More Summary
Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News Labor costs in the auto production industry in Mexico is rising, as more automakers set up shop south of the border and drive up demand for employees. Wages have already grown by double-digit percentages in recent years. Show More Summary