In honor of the comedian's 63rd birthday, we break down his show's best sports moments.
Darth Maul's duel in "The Phantom Menace" is much more fun to watch when you think Jerry Seinfeld and Kramer might crash it.
At the end of last year I saw Jerry Seinfeld perform an unfortunately unimpressive and dated set at the Chicago Theatre. I was especially struck not just by how lackluster Seinfeld's presence was but, in a time when comedians are constantly evolving and rolling out new material, by how old the...
It’s comedians, in cars, pulling heists and street racing. And getting coffee. Read more...
Comedians in Cars Driving Fast & Furi... 1:20 Just when Dom (Vin Diesel) and his crew think they are out of the game for good, a new player (Jerry Seinfeld) pulls them back into the high octane world of driving fast & furiously. A Comedians...Show More Summary
Tonight's NYC shows include Kate Tempest, New Order, the 'Dear America' benefit (with Regina Spektor, Amanda Palmer, and more), Jerry Seinfeld, Xenia Rubinos, Floating Points, and more Continue reading…
What do Mark Zuckerburg, Arianna Huffington, Jerry Seinfeld, and The Terminator have in common? They’ve all been ridiculously successful by hacking their productivity, often in super simple ways. And they’ve all been generous enough to share their methods so that you can benefit, too. Show More Summary
Almost twenty years after it ceased production, Seinfeld is still on a lot of fans "must see" TV list in syndication and home video. For nine years, Jerry, Elaine, George, and Kramer were NBC's John, Paul, George, and Ringo. Which was a pretty, pretty big deal for a show about nothing. Show More Summary
A feature documentary with a lineup of comedians including Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno, Don Rickles, Billy Crystal, Bill Maher, Jon Stewart and Ray Romano examines the life and legend of Robert Klein. Starz announced today that “Robert Klein Still Can’t...
Starz will premiere the documentary Robert Klein Still Can’t Stop His Leg on March 31st (10/9C). The documentary explores the influence Klein has had on a generation of comedians that includes Jay Leno, Jerry Seinfeld and Jon Stewart among others. Show More Summary
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld, who’s lent his name and financial backing to stage shows by Colin Quinn, will produce Letters From A Nut by Ted L. Nancy, slated to run at the Geffen Playhouse’s intimate Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater from June 23 through July. Show More Summary
It’s not because the NNA nominees are out that I am reminded that we have some of the best media in the world. Not at all. I think, like Jerry Seinfeld, that award shows are horseshit. No, I believe that – for such a small country – we have some of the best reporters and […]
Jerry Seinfeld may drive comedians in cars to get coffee, but Don Rickles — who has appeared on Seinfeld’s Crackle-now-Netflix series — will skip the car ride and go straight to dinner, thank you very much. AARP Studios announced its first official series, Dinner With Don, headlined by the 90-year-old comedian. No TV/streaming network is […]
We haven’t seen this much effort put into something Seinfeld related since at least season seven. This Seinfeld set replica is a piece of high art — a diorama of Jerry’s apartment at 1:26 scale. Everything is in its proper place, too, with the creators consulting set photography to make sure they satisfy even the most eagle-eyed fans. Show More Summary
From 'Saved by the Bell' to 'Golden Girls,' entrepreneurs are turning nostalgia into dollar signs Jerry Seinfeld’s fictional Upper West Side apartment and its early-nineties bachelor pad stylings may have served as the main backdrop for his namesake ‘90s sitcom, but Monk’s Diner ran a close second. Show More Summary
With a list that starts with Jerry Seinfeld, Kevin Hart, Bill Burr and Sarah Silverman — and seems to just keep getting longer — the big comedy and music festival Colossal Clusterfest being put on this summer in San Francisco...
This week, Comedy Central and Outside Lands/Bonnaroo organizers Superfly announced Colossal Clusterfest, a three-day comedy festival in San Francisco that will feature a ton of famous comedians, musicians, and “iconic comedy attractions”...Show More Summary
And music like Ice Cube, Chromeo, and Maya Rudolph's Prince cover band, Princess. [ more › ]
The festival take place June 2-4 in San Francisco and also features Also on the lineup: Bob Odenkirk, Fred Armisen, Maya Rudolph's Prince tribute act Princess, Ty Segall, Vince Staples, Reggie Watts, Tig Notaro, Pete Davidson, a live taping on the "How Did This Get Made?" podcast, Chris Gethard, and lots more. Continue reading…
The three-day music and comedy festival also features Kevin Hart, Tegan and Sara, and Bill Burr.