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Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: Season 10 of Jerry Seinfeld Series Coming to Netflix

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Good thing they already have a ride. Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee TV show is moving from Crackle to Netflix for season 10. The tenth season will premiere in installments, in late 2017.The move comes as part of Seinfeld's new Netflix production deal, which also includes two Seinfeld stand-up comedy shows. Learn more from Netflix, after the jump. The ninth season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee premiered on Crackle, earlier this month.Read More… »


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Netflix Snatches Jerry Seinfeld’s ‘Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee’ Away From Crackle

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≈Across nine seasons, Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee has served as a consistent, amusing outlet for Jerry Seinfeld and his famous friends. Seinfeld’s conversations with his fellow funny people are the most popular offerings in the original programming lineup of Sony-owned video platform platform, but come the fall of 2017, the chatty web series is moving to a new home. In a major coup, it is going to Netflix, where Seinfeld will also star in a pair of stand-up comedy specials.

Each Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee episode, true to the show’s name, features a classic ride, a few cups of joe, and an exchange of witticisms between Seinfeld and whichever friend he happens to be hosting at that moment. This formula has proven popular, generating more than 25 million views as of 2014 and giving Seinfeld the opportunity to sit down with commander-in-chief himself.

On Netflix, new episodes of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee »

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Jerry Seinfeld’s Netflix Deal: Two New Stand-Up Specials, ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ & More

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If Netflix landing new comedy specials from Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock wasn’t enough to solidify the streaming service as the best place for new stand-up comedy, the latest addition to their roster should do the trick. Jerry Seinfeld has just struck a new deal with Netflix that effectively makes the streaming service the new […]

The post Jerry Seinfeld’s Netflix Deal: Two New Stand-Up Specials, ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ & More appeared first on /Film. »

- Ethan Anderton

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Jerry Seinfeld Inks Massive Netflix Deal

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Jerry Seinfeld will bring his web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee to Netflix as part of a larger deal with the streaming site, Deadline reports.

Seinfeld will create two new stand-up specials for Netflix, with the first expected to arrive this year. He will also develop scripted and non-scripted series for the website. Meanwhile, Comedians in Cars will arrive on Netflix with 24 new episodes in late 2017, along with the show's entire back catalog. More episodes are expected to follow in 2018 and beyond.

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‘Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee’ Driving Over To Netflix

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Streaming service Crackle will be losing out on comedians, cars and coffee with news that Jerry Seinfeld’s popular on-the-road interview series is moving over to Netflix. Twenty-four new episodes of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” will premiere in late 2017 on Netflix, the streaming service revealed in a statement acquired by Mashable. Subsequent seasons are expected in 2018 and beyond, […] »

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Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee makes the jump to Netflix

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In 2012, Jerry Seinfeld launched Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, a web-series which was distributed by Crackle and featured such guests as Ricky Gervais, Sarah Silverman, Patton Oswalt, Chris Rock, Amy Schumer, Jim Carrey, Kristen Wiig and even President Barack Obama. Each episode saw Seinfeld pick up a different guest in a different car as they drove out to a different restaurant or... Read More »

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Jerry Seinfeld teams with Netflix for 2 comedy specials, more Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee

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Hulu may have the exclusive streaming rights to Seinfeld, but that hasn’t stopped the show’s iconic eponymous star and creator, Jerry Seinfeld, from signing a new deal with Netflix. According to THR, Seinfeld has just made “a multifaceted production deal” with the streaming giant, which includes his popular Crackle series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and is estimated at upwards of $100 million.

In addition to 24 new episodes of Comedians in Cars, Netflix will also air two new exclusive stand-up specials. Seinfeld will also have a hand in developing scripted and unscripted Netflix programming. There are reportedly more elements of the new deal that have yet to be announced.

Netflix won’t just get new Comedians in Cars episodes, either. The 59 episodes of the show that have already been made will move from their current home on Crackle to Netflix. Here’s what Seinfeld himself had to say about »

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Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Moving to Netflix; New Jerry Seinfeld Stand-Up Specials Also on the Way

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Jerry Seinfeld will be putting his coffee and gas on Netflix’s tab moving forward.

Comedians in Cars Getting CoffeeSeinfeld’s long-running web series about exactly what you think — is making the leap from Crackle to Netflix after wrapping Season 9, our sister site Deadline reports. A new 24-episode season is expected to premiere on Netflix in 2017, at which point all previous episodes will also be available to stream.

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This deal also includes two new Seinfeld stand-up specials, as well as additional scripted and non-scripted programming developed by the comedian.

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Netflix Nabs ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,’ 2 New Jerry Seinfeld Stand-Up Specials

17 January 2017 2:30 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Netflix just landed a(nother) whale. Sorry Crackle, Jerry Seinfeld has signed a deal to make the streaming king the new home of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.” Additionally, the NBC sitcom icon will film two new stand-up comedy specials for Netflix, the first of which will land later this year. Netflix’s “Comedians in Cars” will post 24 new episodes of the classic auto/cup o’ joe show. New episodes are set to premiere in 2017, with another batch dropping in 2018 and beyond. All 59 pre-existing episodes will come to Netflix as well. Also Read: 'Silicon Valley' Ep Alec Berg on His Crazy. »

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Jerry Seinfeld Ditches Crackle for Netflix, New ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ Coming Late 2017

17 January 2017 2:30 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Jerry Seinfeld is taking “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” on the road to Netflix, Variety has learned.

The talk series, which had previously debuted new episodes on Sony’s ad-supported streaming service Crackle, will bring 24 new episodes exclusively to Netflix starting in late 2017, with subsequent installments coming in 2018 and further forward in time. The move is part of a multi-faceted production deal Seinfeld has inked with Netflix that will also include two new stand-up specials filmed exclusively for the streaming service.

News of the deal comes mere days after the announcement that Sony Entertainment chief Michael Lynton was leaving the company for Snap, Inc.; itself preceded by Sony TV head Steve Mosko’s departure in June 2016. Seinfeld’s relationship with Sony extends back to the days of his first TV success with “Seinfeld,” produced by Sony Pictures Television.

But now Netflix, belle of the streaming ball, has exclusive global distribution rights to Seinfeld’s series. In »

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‘Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee’ Moves To Netflix As Part Of Big Jerry Seinfeld Deal That Includes Specials & Series

17 January 2017 2:30 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

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 standup specials as well as the development of scripted and non-scripted comedy programming for the Internet network. The first special will be released later this year. Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee launched on Sony’s Crackle in 2012 and just… »

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Jerry Seinfeld Teams With Netflix for Two Stand-Up Specials, More 'Comedians in Cars'

17 January 2017 2:30 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

Jerry Seinfeld is headed for Netflix.

The comedian has signed a multifaceted production deal with the streaming giant, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Under the pact, Seinfeld's award-winning Crackle series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee will move with new episodes to Netflix, with the comedian also set to film two new stand-up specials exclusively for the streamer. Seinfeld also will help develop scripted and unscripted programming for Netflix. Additional elements of the pact will be announced later.

New episodes of Comedians in Cars will move from Crackle to Netflix in late 2017, with the streamer also becoming the exclusive home »

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Steve Harvey Apologizes for Joke About Asian Men

17 January 2017 9:12 AM, PST | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

Steve Harvey caved and apologized after joking that Asian men are not attractive. The "Family Feud" host mocked Asian men on the 'Steve Harvey' show last week during a segment in which he poked fun at some self-help books ... including one titled "How to Date a White Woman: A Practical Guide for Asian Men." The comedian tweeted an apology Tuesday, saying, "I offer my humblest apology for offending anyone, particularly those in the Asian community, »

- TMZ Staff

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Undead Drew Barrymore Has Never Felt More Alive in Santa Clarita Diet Trailer

17 January 2017 7:07 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Drew Barrymore is undead and loving it in the first full trailer for the cannibalism comedy Santa Clarita Diet.

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In the Netflix original series (arriving Friday, Feb. 3), Barrymore plays California realtor Sheila Hammond. Following her death (and apparent rebirth) in the pilot, she and husband Joel (Justified‘s Timothy Olyphant) must work together to keep her appetite for human flesh under control.

The trailer features a bevy of familiar faces — including Nathan Fillion (Castle), Patton Oswalt (The King of Queens), Thomas Lennon (The Odd Couple) and Mary Elizabeth Ellis (The Grinder »

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‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Ryan Reynolds (‘Deadpool’)

17 January 2017 5:00 AM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

Ryan Reynolds (Courtesy: Getty Images)

By: Scott Feinberg

The Hollywood Reporter

“The movie is groundbreaking in a lot of ways,” asserts Ryan Reynolds of Deadpool, the blockbuster comic book adaptation released last February that he produced and stars in, as we sit down at the offices of The Hollywood Reporter to record an episode of the Awards Chatter podcast. “It usurps certain tropes of the superhero genre that were well-ready to be usurped. And, again, timing, timing, timing, you know? We were kind of at peak superhero, in terms of tone, and it just offered something completely different in that respect. It also had just an unabashed commitment to its R rating. As I look back — and hindsight is obviously 20/20, but — it knew what it was, and I always knew what it was. I knew exactly how to play this guy [the irreverent title character], and I felt, in some weird way — not to »

- Carson Blackwelder

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Us Briefs: Edward Norton, Bella Thorne, Jim Gaffigan join 'The Guardian Brothers'

16 January 2017 7:23 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

The Weinstein Company announced on Tuesday additions to the voice cast of its adaptation of Alibaba Pictures’ The Little Door Gods.

Previously announced Meryl Streep, Mel Brooks and Nicole Kidman are on board the story of a Chinese family in danger of losing its family-owned wonton soup shop

Michael Lappin is the executive in charge of production at TWC, which acquired worldwide rights excluding China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau.

Film editors Thelma Schoonmaker and Janet Ashikaga will receive the American Cinema Editors’ career Achievement award at the 67th Annual Ace Eddie Awards on January 27 in Los Angeles. Schoonmaker is Martin Scorsese’s editor who has won Oscars for Raging Bull, The Aviator and The Departed and most recently worked on Silence, while Ashikaga’s credits include Seinfeld, Sports Night, My Name is Earl and The West Wing. Lionsgate-Summit has acquired Morgan Creek Entertainment’s Tupac Shakur drama All Eyez On Me and will released wide on »

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Ratings: Steelers/Chiefs Draw 30 Mil; Cowboys/Packers Deliver 48.5 Million

16 January 2017 8:32 AM, PST | | See recent news »

NBC’s coverage of Sunday’s rescheduled game between the Steelers and Chiefs delivered all-time highs for a primetime NFL Wild Card or Divisional Playoff game in the overnight metered-market numbers.

In fast nationals, the divisional playoff match-up drew 32 million total viewers and a 10.4 demo rating, up from last year’s comparable Packers/Cardinals Ot thriller (which on a Saturday did 29.3 mil and a 9.2 in fast nats).

Fox’s coverage of the Cowboys/Packers afternoon thriller, meanwhile, averaged 48.5 mil, making it the most-watched divisional playoff game ever.

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‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Vince Vaughn (‘Hacksaw Ridge’)

15 January 2017 4:00 PM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

Vince Vaughn (Courtesy: AP Images)

By: Scott Feinberg

The Hollywood Reporter

“I think what happened to me after The Break-Up was I was kind of more ‘booking jobs’ and not working from that same catalyst of, ‘I really believe in this and we all want to make the same movie,'” acknowledges the actor Vince Vaughn as we sit down at the London West Hollywood hotel to discuss his career on The Hollywood Reporter‘s ‘Awards Chatter’ podcast. Following a remarkable run of hit comedies in the early 2000s — among them, 2003’s Old School, 2004’s Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story and Starsky & Hutch and 2005’s Wedding Crashers — Vaughn had deliberately pivoted towards drama with the 2006 dramedy.

“But I didn’t follow through on it,” the 46-year-old says with unmistakable regret. Instead, he lost his way for a decade, during which he was humbled by critical and commercial disappointments — see Fred Claus »

- Carson Blackwelder

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‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Viggo Mortensen (‘Captain Fantastic’)

12 January 2017 4:00 PM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

Viggo Mortensen (Courtesy: Mar del Plata Film Festival)

By: Scott Feinberg

The Hollywood Reporter

“It’s very unusual, first of all, to find an original story, a screenplay, as well written as Captain Fantastic,” says that film’s lead actor Viggo Mortensen as we sit down at the offices of The Hollywood Reporter to record an episode of THR‘s ‘Awards Chatter’ podcast. “It’s even more unusual for the movie to be as good as that script. And it’s even more unusual for that movie to be supported and be around and have such good word-of-mouth and for that to mean something months and months later. It’s very unusual. I’ve been around long enough to see that that doesn’t usually happen, so I’m very happy about that.”

Mortensen, 58, who is best known for playing Aragorn in the blockbuster Lord of the Rings trilogy (2001- »

- Carson Blackwelder

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‘Uninspired’ Season 2 Exclusive: Becky Yamamoto’s Salty Slacker Is Back — Watch

12 January 2017 2:17 PM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Not quite as hip as Issa Rae, or unhinged as Abby and Ilana, Becky Yamamoto’s Sarah in “Uninspired” is a lovably aimless anti-heroine who happens to be much more relatable than her more renowned contemporaries.

The series is created, written, and produced by Yamamoto, with direction by her co-producer Adam Wirtz. The successful first season premiered played the highly competitive New York Television Festival, resulting in IFC picking an episode to showcase on their website. Through the first season, which premiered in 2014, Sarah endures mundane temp jobs, racist come ons, and an unenthusiastic boyfriend in a series of loosely connected vignettes that feel cinematic even on a computer screen.

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The season 2 debut finds Sarah on her sister’s couch, with an openly hostile brother-in-law who finds her free-wheeling lifestyle highly offensive. After a few glasses of wine, »

- Jude Dry

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