Series launched in 2012.
The entire series is comprised of 83 episodes.
The show was like easy-listening radio for car- and celebrity fans.
We’ve been fans of Seinfeld’s for thirty years, and have loved cars since the dawn of our time. We also happen to love coffee and some of us have an unhealthy fascination with celebrities. When Seinfeld launched “Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee” back in 2012, the only thing that mildly bugged us was that it was sponsored by Acura, but we guess that’s just us.
Even so, after 11 seasons of lighthearted, sometimes insightful but always pleasant entertainment, it seems as though “Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee” is done. At least this is what Seinfeld tells Variety in an interview about his new Netflix special Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill.
About the show, Seinfeld said: “We haven’t planned anything with that show. I kind of feel like I did that tour. 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.”
Like us, we’re certain you have favorite episodes. One of our preferred pastimes was trying to figure out which vehicles belong to Jerry. Truth be told, it wasn’t a very difficult task as most Porsche and Volkswagen cars were his.