Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: Jerry Seinfeld’s News Series Debuts on the Web

You watched all 180 episodes of Seinfeld, not once but six times. You laughed your way through another 80 episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm. You’re craving more — more Jerry, more Larry. You need another dose of their special brand of comedy. At last, some relief. Last Friday, Jerry Seinfeld’s new series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee debuted on the web, and it’s entirely free — just the way we like it. You don’t have to pay HBO, Comcast, or Netflix for a laugh. It’s all gratis, thanks to the show’s sponsor Crackle.

You can watch the long promo for the series above, and then dive right into the newly-released first episode “Larry Eats a Pancake.” It runs 13 minutes (watch here or below) and combines Curb Your Enthusiasm‘s cinéma vérité style with Seinfeld’s fascination with nothing. What more could you want?

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  • Judy

    Oh-kay–I’m a big Seinfeld fan but…is it just me, or do Jerry and Larry think they’re a lot funnier than we do in Episode One?

  • jeff monk

    Anything with Larry David just being Larry David is riotously funny I think. I was never a big fan of the Seinfeld show (it was just too much of what it was) but this pair together is great. Thanks for posting. I can’t wait for the next episode!

  • http://mikecrowlsscribblepad.blogspot.com/ Mike Crowl

    Have to agree with Judy: this stuff just seems self-indulgent. Or maybe they weren’t intending to be funny?

  • Rob

    Free as in, “not available in your country”… :P

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