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 says:

    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 says:

    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!

  • Mike Crowl says:

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

  • Rob says:

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

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