As George from Seinfeld once said: World are colliding Jerry! And he wasn’t wrong. Geeks and comic book fans aren’t …
There’s no place like home for Jerry Seinfeld, who resumes his residency at the Beacon Theatre on Friday night.
Does Jerry Seinfeld’s kids watch his show, Seinfeld? Maybe. “[My daughter] used to watch, but I haven’t seen her watch lately,” he admitted to E! News in an exclusive interview. “I can’t tell because she’s under the covers with the phone. Show More Summary
Three-hundred eighty-two guests are attending Tuesday night’s Italian state dinner — the last of the Obama administration’s and, understandably, one of the biggest. The celeb names were both surprising and somewhat logical. Among them: Chicago-native Chance the Rapper and his dad Kenneth Bennett, a adviser to Rahm Emmanuel. 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...
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
After dominating the Forbes list of best paid comedians from the very first one 10 years ago, Jerry Seinfeld has been dethroned by Kevin Hart.
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 [...]
For around a decade, comedy legend Jerry Seinfeld has stood proudly on the top of the proverbial mountain as the highest-paid comedian in the world, according to Forbes‘ annual list. While Seinfeld managed to bring in $43.5 million between June 2015 and June 2016, that wasn’t enough for the first place spot in this year’s ranking […]
Famous people all have stories about fans asking them to do the thing they're famous for, like asking Newman from Seinfeld to say "Hello, Jerry," or making Adam Scott do his thing: So you'd be right in assuming that...
Kevin Hart Named Highest Paid Comedian In The World Kevin Hart has definitely been on his entertainment grind very heavily for the last few years…with movie roles and sold-out tours abounding in the last year especially. It looks like all
For the first time in a decade, someone other than Jerry Seinfeld tops Forbes' ranking of the highest-paid comedians.
The Philly funnyman raked in a whopping $87.5 million between June 2015 and June 2016. Continue reading…
Since 2006, Jerry Seinfeld has seemed the the insurmountable King of Comedy. His combined pretax earnings over the last 10 years top $900 million, and year after year he has claimed the top spot on our list of the world's highest-paid comedians. Show More Summary
Classic, Amy! On Sunday, Amy Schumer was spotted at the New York Mets game with her father Gordon, boyfriend Ben Hanisch, and a multitude of famous faces including Jerry Seinfeld, Jonah Hill, and Matthew Broderick. Talk about a Sunday fun day! Anywho, at one point during the game, Miz Schumer ended up on the Mets' kiss cam [...]
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...
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Jerry Seinfeld made his first appearance at the Emmy Awards in 19 years on Sunday, and The Huffington Post was on the red carpet to grab him for a chat. The comedian, who was nominated for his Crackle web series “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” didn’t understand why he was at the award ceremony, considering the show is not actually on television. Show More Summary