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Jerry Seinfeld’s ‘Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee’ Season Four Premieres Today

Jerry Seinfeld's 'Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee' Season Four Premieres Today

Over a decade after Jerry Seinfeld closed the book on television’s most iconic sitcom, his career has been revitalized thanks to his award winning web series, “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” the fourth season of which premieres today on Crackle and all Crackle platforms.

Since its debut in July 2012, the web series has not only been streamed more than 40 million times, but it has also earned Seinfeld a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Special Class – Short-Format Nonfiction Program and two 2014 Webby Awards for Best Individual Performance. Seinfeld has been an awards magnet since his show catapulted him into the comedy stratosphere, and his popular web series has continued his accolade dominance, earning him a 2014 Silver Telly Award in Comedy, two 2014 Bronze Telly Awards for Branded Content with Acura and Use of Humor, and a special Webby Award in 2013 for Outstanding Comedic Performance.

Even if Seinfeld’s brand of humor isn’t your cup of tea, the multitude of industry awards and rave reviews should be enough to entice you to give this hilarious and insightful series a try. Previous seasons of “Comedians in Cars” have featured conversations with a variety of comedy legends, including Jason Alexander, Alec Baldwin, Sarah Silverman, Mel Brooks, Louis CK, among others. In his fourth go around, Seinfeld will take to the streets with Aziz Ansari, Sarah Jessica Parker, George Wallace, Jon Stewart, and Robert Klein. Best of all, Crackle announced earlier this year that the web series will add on 24 new episodes, taking the show through season nine, all sponsored exclusively by Acura.

Clearly, Seinfeld isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Check out the season premiere, featuring Sarah Jessica Parker, on Crackle now. 

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Jess

I love Jerry Seinfeld and I love this show.

Jess

josh overland

I like how you misspelled Jon Stewart's name by adding an "h". You can spell Aziz's name, but not Jon Stewart?

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