“Back in Europe, [Gad] Elmaleh, who has big blue eyes framed by well-worn laugh lines, is famous. Like, famous famous. His films rake in millions at the box office, he sells out arenas for one-man shows, and walking down the rues of Paris with him, which I’ve done, is a laborious task due to all […]
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
Even though Jerry Seinfeld appeared in a few forgettable Microsoft ads with Bill Gates, it's never been any secret that the famed comedian is an Apple guy through and through. In fact, one piece of trivia that hardcore Seinfeld fansShow More Summary
There are few mechanisms for skipping a boring half hour of your precious time on earth as efficient or pleasant as zoning out with a Seinfeld rerun on. Just tune the TV to TBS, sit back, and let Jerry, Elaine, George, and Kramer navigate...Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld chats with Jimmy about how his show Comedians and Cars Getting Coffee became a peer to The Tonight Show using only a GoPro. From The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Jerry Seinfeld, the American comedian, has taken comedy to a new level through Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, his Emmy-nominated web series in which a guest comedian is driven in a vintage car to a preselected café for coffee. Every week, the former Seinfeld actor chooses a classic car for his special guest, who takes... Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld got around in the 1990s. Or, at least, his fictional counterpart did. One of the running jokes on Seinfeld is that the title character relentlessly cycled through girlfriends and would break up with women for the flimsiest of reasons. Show More Summary
Ignoring the fact that we already got a perfectly good Seinfeld reunion seven years ago—in the form of Curb Your Enthusiasm’s seventh season, which saw star Larry David blunder his way in and out of a tribute special to the show he helped...Show More Summary
A Seinfeld reunion offer has been made, and Jerry has already responded! According to a recent interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Seinfeld the man had been approached about bringing back Seinfeld the TV show for a one-off live episode that would reunite Jerry, Kramer (Michael Richards), George (Jason Alexander), and Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus). Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld recently opened up regarding how his iconic, self-titled, NBC sitcom almost received a bizarre revival.
It didn't take a lot of convincing to get the leader of the free world to appear on Jerry Seinfeld's Crackle web series, "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee." Seinfeld said that President Barack Obama was game even before the show reached...Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld isn't interested in bringing back his hit 1990s comedy "Seinfeld" — even for just one episode. The Hollywood Reporter asked the comedian in a new interview if he'd bring back the show, and he said no, but he did mention...Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld, who is breaking ground with an Emmy-nominated digital show that will put him in direct competition for honors with late-night staples such as Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel, drops a number of tantalizing nuggets in a new interview...
True, Jerry Seinfeld will probably always be best known for the sitcom that bore his name for nine seasons and 180 episodes. But there’s a comfort in having done the biggest thing in your professional career and moved on: Now he can do whatever the heck he wants. Since 2012, that’s been the Web...
Seinfeld went off the air on NBC in May 1998 with 76 million viewers tuning in to see Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer get their just punishments for being horrible New Yorkers. In recent years, parody Twitter accounts such as Modern Seinfeld and Seinfeld Current Day have imagined the foursome dealing with technology and social […]
At 11:56 p.m. EST on July 29, Jerry Seinfeld asked the Internet a very important question about the possibility of a second Bee Movie. What about "Bee Movie 2"? What's going on with that? Should I? Any interest? — Jerry Seinfeld (@JerrySeinfeld) July 30, 2016 29 minutes later, Jerry Seinfeld tweeted a follow-up. Show More Summary
The guy who helped give Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David their starts in stand-up is looking to unload his Hollywood Hills pad. Mark Lonow -- a longtime partner at The Improv comedy club franchise -- is selling the 5 bedroom, 3 bath crib for $2…
The days of the communal airphone are long gone. Being a teenager, I can’t even remember the airphones. I only know of them because of a Seinfeld episode in which Elaine uses an airphone to call Jerry. Airphones were primarily discontinued due to the fact that they weren’t used by many passengers and the price per […]
You may know Crackle from its hit show, Jerry Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.” But Sony’s online distributor of original web series and feature films is making a bid for prestige TV with “StartUp,” a new drama chock-full...Show More Summary
A few weeks ago I published a column here about online journalism. You may remember it from the picture of Jerry Seinfeld which I am using again here. While I have many readers in China, my work isn’t normally distributed there so IShow More Summary