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The weekend is here! Pour yourself a mug of Kicking Horse coffee, grab a seat by the window, and get ready for our longer form weekend reads: • Car Wars: A self-driving car is a computer you put your body into (Deakin University) • The...Show More Summary
He's getting pushback like: "Who's writing your tweets now? The Breitbart humor section staff?" And: "What the f— Jerry."Jerry is known to hate political correctness and to avoid doing college campuses these days. Who knows? Maybe he wanted to draw fire and get some edgy viral promotion for the new episode. Show More Summary
As part of his online series “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” Jerry Seinfeld tweeted out a promotion for the upcoming episode with Lewis Black. It didn’t go well. “New! Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee: Lewis Black. Black’s life matters,” Seinfeld tweeted....
When Jerry Seinfeld decided that he wanted to take his popular web series, "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," from Crackle and find a new home, he knew exactly what he wanted and Netflix checked all his boxes. "When I first startedShow More Summary
Tuesday seemed to be a bleak day for Crackle, as Jerry Seinfeld—creator and host of the streaming service's signature series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee—announced that he's moving his show to Netflix after signing a deal with the streaming rival. Show More Summary
Netflix may have lost out to rival Amazon in snagging former “Top Gear” hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, but the popular streaming service will soon have a celebrity-studded car show of its own. It’s been confirmed that the car show about nothing, Jerry Seinfeld’s "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,"...
On January 17 it was announced that Jerry Seinfeld would be taking his hit Crackle series Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee to Netflix, leaving his old home behind. What will that mean for Crackle, a service that now must count on David Spade for its prestige programming? That topic—and whether or not Seinfeld is into antique cars—came up on this episode of A.V. Club Live.
?Across nine seasons, Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee has served as a consistent, amusing outlet for Jerry Seinfeld and his famous friends. Seinfeld’s conversations with his fellow funny people are the most popular offerings in theShow More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld is coming to Netflix. His talk series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, which had been streaming on Sony's Crackle service, will move to Netflix with 24 new episodes starting late this year, Variety reports. Netflix will also get exclusive rights to the first 59 episodes of the show....
Jerry Seinfeld and Netflix have announced a deal that will bring the star's interview show "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" to the streaming service later this year. Netflix says new episodes of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" will premiere in late 2017 and previous episodes will also be made...
Jerry Seinfeld and Netflix have announced a deal that will bring Seinfeld's chat show 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee' to the service later this year.
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If Netflix landing new comedy specials from Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock wasn’t enough to solidify the streaming service as the best place for new stand-up comedy, the latest addition to their roster should do the trick. Jerry Seinfeld...Show More Summary
“Jerry Seinfeld is taking ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’” to a new distributor, reports Variety in a scoop. The story continues, “The talk series, which had previously debuted new episodes on Sony’s ad-supported streaming service Crackle, will bring 24 new...
Jerry Seinfeld has signed a production deal with Netflix that includes creating two exclusive new standup specials, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Seinfeld’s series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee will also be relocated to the streaming service, leaving Sony’s Crackle. Show More Summary
Strap on your seat belts comedy nerds, because Jerry Seinfeld is swerving over to Netflix with his talk series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. The A-list comedian brought the series to Crackle initially because of a business relationship with Sony that went back to his Seinfeld days. Show More Summary
As one of the most original and daring dramatic voices in television programming these days, Netflix is now also putting on a full-court press in the comedy realm. Following the announcement that they would be home to three comedy specials by Dave Chappelle and two more by Chris Rock, Netflix will also become home to […]
Netflix has new stand-up specials already this month from Jen Kirkman, Jim Gaffigan, Neal Brennan, Cristela Alonzo and Bill Burr, with specials forthcoming in 2017 from Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, Amy Schumer and Louis C.K., who taped his over the weekend in D.C. So why not Jerry Seinfeld, too!?! Netflix announced a deal late today […]