comedians in cars

comedians in cars

Comedians In Cars

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is on the move. Jerry Seinfeld has made Netflix the new home of his Emmy-nominated series. The massive exclusive Netflix comedy deal, which starts this year, also includes two new Seinfeld stand-up specials as well as the development of scripted and non-scripted comedy programming for the Internet network. The first special will be released this year. Related 'House Of Cards' Season 5 Review: Kevin Spacey & Robin Wright Swagger Back Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee launched on Sony’s Crackle in 2012 and just premiered its ninth season, which will be the last on the free, ad-supported streaming service. The next 24-episode season of Comedians in Cars will launch on Netflix in late 2017, when the library of all existing episodes of the talk show also will migrate from Crackle to Netflix. “Jerry is known the world over as both a great TV innovator and beloved comic voice,” said Ted Sarandos, Chief Content Officer at Netflix. “We are incredibly proud to welcome him to the Netflix comedy family.” There had been rumblings for months that Seinfeld, who owns Comedians in Cars, would move the show to another streaming platform when his deal with Crackle was up. I hear Acura’s exclusive sponsorship deal for the show expired, and Seinfeld was not keen on Comedians in Cars airing with commercials. Additionally, Netflix offered global reach and a package that Crackle could not match, including stand-up specials and series development. While the departure of Comedians in Cars was expected, it is a major loss for Crackle, where it had been has been the service’s flagship series, helping it get off the ground with more than 100 million views to date. “When I first started thinking about Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, the entire Netflix business model consisted of mailing out DVDs in envelopes. I love that we are now joining together, both at very different points,” said Seinfeld, who produces, directs and hosts the show. “I am also very excited to be working with Ted Sarandos at Netflix, a guy and a place that not only have the same enthusiasm for the art of stand-up comedy as I do but the most amazing technology platform to deliver it in a way that has never existed before. I am really quite charged up to be moving there.” Comedians in Cars — which features Seinfeld joining friends for a cup of coffee and a drive in a classic car, sharing stories along the way — will launch on Netflix with 24 new episodes starting in 2017, with subsequent installments following in 2018 and beyond. Sony TV is expected to continue to handle physical production for the series via its company Embassy Row. In addition to Seinfeld, Netflix recently signed rich deals for stand-up specials headlined by Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle.
comedians in cars 1

Comedians In Cars

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee launched on Sony’s Crackle in 2012 and just premiered its ninth season, which will be the last on the free, ad-supported streaming service. The next 24-episode season of Comedians in Cars will launch on Netflix in late 2017, when the library of all existing episodes of the talk show also will migrate from Crackle to Netflix.
comedians in cars 2

Comedians In Cars

There had been rumblings for months that Seinfeld, who owns Comedians in Cars, would move the show to another streaming platform when his deal with Crackle was up. I hear Acura’s exclusive sponsorship deal for the show expired, and Seinfeld was not keen on Comedians in Cars airing with commercials. Additionally, Netflix offered global reach and a package that Crackle could not match, including stand-up specials and series development.
comedians in cars 3

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is on the move. Jerry Seinfeld has made Netflix the new home of his Emmy-nominated series. The massive exclusive Netflix comedy deal, which starts this year, also includes two new Seinfeld stand-up specials as well as the development of scripted and non-scripted comedy programming for the Internet network. The first special will be released this year.
comedians in cars 4

“When I first started thinking about Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, the entire Netflix business model consisted of mailing out DVDs in envelopes. I love that we are now joining together, both at very different points,” said Seinfeld, who produces, directs and hosts the show. “I am also very excited to be working with Ted Sarandos at Netflix, a guy and a place that not only have the same enthusiasm for the art of stand-up comedy as I do but the most amazing technology platform to deliver it in a way that has never existed before. I am really quite charged up to be moving there.”
comedians in cars 5

Comedians in Cars — which features Seinfeld joining friends for a cup of coffee and a drive in a classic car, sharing stories along the way — will launch on Netflix with 24 new episodes starting in 2017, with subsequent installments following in 2018 and beyond. Sony TV is expected to continue to handle physical production for the series via its company Embassy Row.
comedians in cars 6

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is an American web series talk show created, directed and hosted by comedian Jerry Seinfeld, distributed by digital network Crackle. The series premiered on July 19, 2012.
comedians in cars 7

Jan • on Jan 17, 2017 6:24 pm I’m a fan of Jerry Seinfeld, but tired of Comedians in Cars. It feels like a vanity project that is more fun for Jerry to make than it is for us to watch.
comedians in cars 8

You’re nuts and even kind of racist and sexist. He doesn’t have to talk to comedians . It could be actors, sports figures, singers hell hell even Obama was on. You guys all sound jealous. His last sho was as fresh as his first.
comedians in cars 9

• on Jan 18, 2017 7:01 pm You’re nuts and even kind of racist and sexist. He doesn’t have to talk to comedians . It could be actors, sports figures, singers hell hell even Obama was on. You guys all sound jealous. His last sho was as fresh as his first.
comedians in cars 10

Seinfeld intentionally crafted the show’s format around the car drive and “movement,” specifically because “when attempting to show the meandering, silly and sometimes deep conversations that comedians share, you have to remove the audience to keep the participants from dropping into their acts,” adding that “part of what makes the show watchable is that it’s always moving. There’s no narrative drive the story. We know what happens. We know they’re going to get coffee. You need a kinetic energy to move it along, moving people around keeps them awake.”
comedians in cars 11

Jerry Seinfeld  has taken everything we know about talk shows and brought them out to the streets. His web show, which is coming soon to Netflix after previously being exclusive to Crackle, is designed to let viewers feel like a fly on the wall while Seinfeld and a variety of comedian guests have one on one conversations about life, comedy and whatever else pops into their head. Seinfeld picks a classic vehicle that he feels best fits the personality of the guest (it’s often a stretch, but a fun gimmick) and takes them to a nearby coffee shop to learn what makes them tick. In time he’s moved past inviting only comedians, but that’s still its foundation. It’s been nominated for an Emmy in the “Best Varity Talk Series” category, and the show has become a cult hit among the comedy community. With the show about to available to a wider audience than ever, it seemed like the perfect time to sit down and rank all 59 episodes that have aired throughout its nine seasons.
comedians in cars 12

Regan and Seinfeld are two very similar comedians in terms of what they are interested in talking about. So much so, that they even discuss a similar bit they had with the same idea, but slightly different lines. They seem to get each other, and the result is great.

Published on Jul 19, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
please edit your menu