Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’s Season 9 Trailer Promises More Lavish Cars, Norm MacDonald, Lewis Black, and Kristen Wiig
From this trailer, you see that Kristen Wiig, Norm MacDonald, Lewis Black, Bob Einstein, Christoph Waltz, Cedric the Entertainer are all guests this season in Jerry Seinfeld’s ultra lavish hang-out show, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, now in its 9th season.
The new season starts streaming on Crackle on January 5th and new episodes will be released on Thursdays.
Do take note that 9 seasons is also the number of seasons that Seinfeld had before it concluded. We’re not sure if Jerry would stop just because of that, especially since this show is, as we said before, a really cool hang out between Seinfeld and his favorite funny people.
Season 8 of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Kicks Off with City Camping, Pastrami, and Jim Gaffigan
Yes, Jerry Seinfeld got a van that you can go camping in for Gaffigan’s episode.
Season 8 of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee has just premiered with its first episode featuring guest Jim Gaffigan as well as a hearty pastrami lunch after cruising around NYC in one of the most family friendly vehicles that has ever been.
Here’s the Season 8 Trailer for “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee”
Jerry Seinfeld, some very fancy and/or unusual cars, and John Oliver, Jim Gaffigan, Margaret Cho, JB Smoove, Lorne Michaels, Judd Apatow are the latest group to get coffee and show off what hanging out as very successful people in comedy is like in season 8 of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
Catch a glimpse of it in this trailer, then look for new episodes to start streaming next week Thursday, June 16th.
Will Ferrell Opens Up, Not in Character, with Jerry Seinfeld in Latest “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee”
This is 100%, unfiltered Will Ferrell and, as you might imagine, he’s really nice.
Normally, in interviews, Will Ferrell is usually trying to do some crazy, hilarious bit, be some sort of character, etc. When cruising with Jerry Seinfeld around LA in a Plymouth Roadrunner, Ferrell simply is himself, hanging with Jerry, and, well, doing a few bits here and there (nothing like when he’s on late night).
Watch the whole interview here.
Steve Martin Gets Into Why He Stopped Doing Stand-Up on ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’
Really, no further explanation is needed.
However, if you want a little more, know that the latest episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee has the two comedy legends, Steve Martin and Jerry Seinfeld, sit down, have the typical in-depth conversation in a lovely car, and go over Martin’s illustrious comedy career with the highest highs and rare lows, and, out of Martin’s own mouth, why he stopped.
Here’s President Barack Obama on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee
For once, you get to see Jerry a little starstruck.
Of course, we’d all be, even if you don’t agree with President Obama’s politics. Still, chalk up another great chat, kind of like his episode of WTF, with the Commander-in-Chief that doesn’t have an agenda other than being “about nothing”.
Also, this is probably the first time that Jerry and his guest don’t go to a diner or coffee shop because, well… the POTUS has other things going on that he needs to attend to.
It Doesn’t Get Much More Star Studded Than the Season 7 Trailer of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” Which Includes President Obama
In addition to Garry Shandling, Steve Martin, Will Ferrell, Sebastian Maniscalco, and Kathleen Madigan, Jerry Seinfeld is riding with President Barack Obama and grabbing some coffee for season 7 of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
Don’t believe us even though Obama’s been setting a new precedent by being on shows like WTF to Running Wild? Watch the trailer.
Look for this new season to start streaming on Wed. Dec. 30th on Crackle.
Crackle Announces Premiere Dates for “Supermansion” and Season 7 of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee”
Luckily, you’re not going to have to subscribe to another streaming service, so far as we know.
The stop-motion animated series Supermansion is set to release via Crackle its first three episodes on Oct. 8th, then will take a long break before going weekly with the 7 remaining episodes of the first season on Dec. 17th.
Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee has made it to his seventh season on Crackle of high profile comedian hanging out. Look for new fancy cars and in-depth conversation with six new episodes starting Wed. Jan. 6th.
You can mark your calendar, but we’ll remind you of all of it this fall/winter.
Watch Trailer For Bryan Cranston’s Stop Motion Animation Superhero Comedy “SuperMansion”
Looks like The Awesomes have a cross-online streaming service rival.
Bryan Cranston has a lot of irons on the fire post-Breaking Bad and finally one of them has been taken out and hammered it into what seems to be a fun sort of spin-off from Robot Chicken (Stoopid Buddy Studios, the folks behind Robot Chicken, produce this show) for Crackle, SuperMansion.
It follows old superheroes trying to stay relevant and feel meaningful in the world of today, though much more edgy and adult than The Incredibles seemingly a little more than Hulu’s similar series, The Awesomes.
It also boasts a star studded voice cast with Seth Green, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, Jillian Bell, Chris Pine, Ron Perlman, Famke Janssen, Donald Faison, Breckin Meyer, Anton Yelchin, and Nick Kroll.
Watch the trailer, which just made its premiere at Comic-Con, here, then look for its premiere this Fall on Crackle.
Stephen Colbert Rides in a Car Made of Wood with Jerry Seinfeld on “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee”
Also, in a rare, but ultimately very Colbert-like move, Stephen takes the wheel and attempts driving this very deep cut of a British sports car.
The latest episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee juxtaposes two living comedy legends in Stephen Colbert and Jerry Seinfeld side-by-side in a wooden sports car. In a couple of months, Colbert will not get to be so mobile and free-flowing with his interviews when starting at The Late Show.
The two find themselves in plenty of great awkward moments including Colbert finding himself quoting Neutral Milk Hotel and attempts at lulls.
Bryan Cranston Animated Superhero Comedy “SuperMansion” Coming to Crackle Later This Year
Get ready for Cranston to be done up Robot Chicken style.
In announcing their entire upcoming slate, Crackle has unveiled an animated series starring Bryan Cranston that’s set for release in the fall. Collaborating with Robot Chicken’s Matthew Senreich and Zeb Wells, Cranston will star as an older superhero attempting to lead other older superheroes in SuperMansion. Seth Green, Keegan Michael-Key, and Jillian Bell will also be featured voices in the cast.
Now we’re wondering if Seth Meyers’ The Awesomes on Hulu and SuperMansion’s superhero team “The League of Freedom” would ever have a cross streaming service showdown.
Watch the Trailer for Season 5 of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee”
Bill Burr, Amy Schumer, Fred Armisen, Kevin Hart, Jimmy Fallon, and more will all be driving and grabbing in coffee in style with one Jerry Seinfeld in the fifth season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
Just check out the trailer and watch Fallon be astonished, Burr smoke cigars during the day, and Hart be hesitant about getting in a fast car.
Season 5 of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee premieres Nov. 6th.