God bless Jerry Seinfeld for referencing The Larry Sanders Show. Last night on The Late Show with David Letterman, after swapping places with the retiring talk show host to interview Dave as a guest, the comedian brought up his favorite...Show More Summary
David Letterman is out the door next month, so Jerry Seinfeld decided to give the Late Show host a taste of what it's like to be a Letterman guest.
If Jerry Seinfeld's stand-up material on Friday night's Late Show with David Letterman felt more than a bit dated, maybe even overdone, that's because it most certainly was both of those things. In fact, Seinfeld had dug into his own archives and relearned the set he performed when he first appeared on Late Night with […]
Hey, fellow Vultures: After having so much fun at our first Vulture Festival, we're doing it again! On May 30 and 31, we'll be hosting a fantastic lineup at Milk Studios in New York City, which means you have plenty of time to clear your calendars and send regrets for... More »
Wale and Jerry Seinfeld are the most unlikely pair in pop culture. The rapper first paid tribute to his favorite comedian with 2008's The Mixtape About Nothing; Seinfeld returned the favor by shouting him out in last year's Top Five. Here, they consummate their friendship with a full-on collaborative LP....
Seinfeld alums Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jerry Seinfeld reunite on the upcoming season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Given their chemistry in the past, this should be good!Click To Continue Reading
Jealous, Jerry? At the upfronts for Crackle, a video streaming service, Jerry Seinfeld answered a question about user-generated content by saying, "We have a giant garbage can called YouTube for user-generated content." He elaborated...Show More Summary
He says that if he were just starting his show now, he would go with an internet-centered exhibitor rather than a network. The 55-year-old comedian also explained why the man behind NBC's iconic Seinfeld would choose the internet over the...
While you must still be reeling from the ugly and unfortunate incident in what was seemingly an otherwise stellar Upfront presentation for Crackle, I’m here to help. The incident I’m referring to, of course, was when you brazenly and bitterly lashed out against poor, unassuming user-generated video content (UGC). Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld celebrated Throwback Thursday by sharing a (real and spectacular) photo of his first passport. The 60-year-old comedian poste
Jerry Seinfeld doesn't need Crackle nearly as much as Crackle needs him. But the upstart webseries-turned-streaming provider is backed by Sony Pictures Entertainment, which just so happened to back Seinfeld's hit sitcom and made billions of dollars to go around. So when Seinfeld needed a vehicle to get back on our screens, he turned his […]
With good reason, YouTube is one of the most popular sites on the entire Internet. Whether you’re looking to laugh, cry, cringe, listen, watch, or learn, you can find anything your heart desires on YouTube. But Jerry Seinfeld isn’t impressed. Show More Summary
As Jerry Seinfeld gears up for the sixth season premiere of his popular web series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, he made an appearance Wednesday at the Upfront presentation for Crackle, which produces and distributes the show. In...Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld spoke about is Internet show, “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee”, and the state of the media. “The less the better,” Seinfeld said when asked about less-professional content. “I don’t want to see this crap. We have a giant garbage can called YouTube for user-generated content. We’re trying to generate a little higher level. [...]
He's the Jerry Seinfeld of Juggalo comedians.
Jerry Seinfeld spoke to a crowded theater yesterday at an Upfront event for Sony's streaming service, Crackle, and he didn't hold back on his opinions. The comedian left TV for Crackle in 2012 and hosts a popular series on the service called Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Show More Summary
Crackle, an online streaming network, is just like men’s underwear, at least according to comedian Jerry Seinfeld. “It offers a little bit of support and a little bit of freedom,” said Seinfeld, speaking at a Crackle event on Tuesday, where he also announced that his show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee [...]
The trailer for "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" Season 6 has arrived, and it's unsurprisingly filled with more comedians driving in more cars and getting more coffee.In this case, creator and host Jerry Seinfeld picks up Jim Carrey,...Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld took the stage at the Hudson Theater on April 14, 2015 to kick off Crackle’s NewFront Upfront. And before one of the most successful comedians of all time introduced the executives at Sony and the company’s new media studio,...Show More Summary