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It Sounds Like Jerry Seinfelds Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Is Done For

It Sounds Like Jerry Seinfelds Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Is Done For
It Sounds Like Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Is Done For
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In a world of cringe-worthy car shows about manufactured deadlines and fake workshop tension, Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is a welcome bright spot. The show features famous personalities—mostly comedians who are friends with Seinfeld—driving around in cool vintage metal, talking about a wide variety of fascinating topics. According to Seinfeld, however, it doesn't sound like we'll be getting any new episodes.

In an interview with Variety, Seinfeld spilled the beans on the future of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, or rather, the lack thereof. From the piece:

Addressing the future of his other Netflix venture, “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” Seinfeld said that the series is unlikely to return, adding that he feels like he may have exhausted the format after more than 80 episodes.
“We haven’t planned anything with that show. I kind of feel like I did that tour,” Seinfeld said. “I know they look very casual and easy, but they’re actually kind of a lot of work: The editing is very intense. And I feel like I may have done that exploration, at this point.”

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee has put out 84 episodes spread across 11 seasons since its premiere in 2012. It aired first on streaming site Crackle before moving to Netflix in 2018. The latest season, which first aired in July 2019, featured guests such as Jamie Foxx, Seth Rogan, Ricky Gervais, and Eddie Murphy.

Source:caranddriver.com