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'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee' Season 10: The Top Four Moments

Jerry Seinfeld has revved up the engines and hit the gas, bringing his Emmy-winning comedy Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee to Netflix.

Season 10 of the interview series, which bowed Friday, marks the first time the streaming giant has debuted original episodes after acquiring rights to the franchise — as well as its previous nine seasons — from Sony-owned Crackle. As part of its deal with Seinfeld, Netflix also inherited the Comedians in Cars library, as all 59 episodes that came before season 10 are now on the subscription service.

For his Netflix debut, Seinfeld recruited an impressive roster ...
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Jerry Seinfeld Sees ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ as His ‘Gigantic Art Project’

Jerry Seinfeld Sees ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ as His ‘Gigantic Art Project’
Jerry Seinfeld likes to think of his hit Netflix series “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” as his personal “art project.” As creator, executive producer and star, Seinfeld has full jurisdiction over the show, which for him often means choosing to have no jurisdiction at all, letting each episode unfold naturally with each guest, local cafe and tricked out ride.

Seinfeld continued his laissez faire approach into Season 10, which premieres on Netflix July 6 and features some of the comedian’s favorite guests so far, including Zach Galifianakis, Dave Chappelle and the late Jerry Lewis.

What are you most excited for viewers
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What’s Coming to Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime in July 2018

What’s Coming to Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime in July 2018
What better way to ring in the country’s 242nd birthday than by streaming “Madam Secretary,” “American Psycho,” or “Election”? Those patriotic titles are among some of the earliest coming to Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu in July 2018.

A healthy mix of classics and new originals are on their way to Netflix in the coming month, including films such as the original “Jurassic Park” saga and “The Princess Diaries,” as well as TV shows like “The Sinner” and “Sofia the First.” Among the original series returning to the streaming giant are “Orange Is the New Black” and Jerry Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,
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What’s Coming to Netflix in July 2018

With July around the corner, Netflix subscribers will see a number of beloved shows and movies as well as some new comedy specials returning for their viewing pleasure.

Most notably, fan-favorite Netflix original series “Orange Is the New Black” is returning on July 27 for Season 6 and “Shameless” will be uploading its eight season the day after. On July 1, the entire “Jurassic Park” trilogy will be available for fans to stream, along with “The Boondock Saints,” “The Princess Diaries,” and “Happy Gilmore.”

Netflix’s July lineup also promises plenty of opportunities for laughs, with “Jim Jefferies: This Is Me Now
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Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in July 2018

Netflix has confirmed that a slew of new original series will be debuting on the streaming service in July, including the sixth season of the Emmy contender “Orange is the New Black” and more installments of Jerry Seinfeld‘s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.”

And there will also be new to Netflix seasons of some of your favorites from other networks, including season 4 of “Madam Secretary” and season 8 of both “Blue Bloods” and “Shameless.” Likewise, there will be plenty of movies making their first Netflix appearances including the first three films in the “Jurassic” franchise and the Oscar-winning “Her.”

Available July 1

Blue Bloods: Season 8

Bo Burnham: what.

Chocolat

Deceived

Finding Neverland

Get Smart

Happy Gilmore

Hawaii Five-o: Season 8

Interview with the Vampire

Journey to the Center of the Earth

Jurassic Park

Jurassic Park III

Madam Secretary: Season 4

Menace II Society

NCIS: Season 15

Pandorum

Penelope

Queens of Comedy: Season 2

Rica,
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Alec Baldwin Jokes #MeToo Movement Makes Him Wonder If Touching His Wife Is ‘Inappropriate’

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Alec Baldwin Jokes #MeToo Movement Makes Him Wonder If Touching His Wife Is ‘Inappropriate’
Alec Baldwin is sharing his thoughts on the effects of the ever-growing #MeToo movement in Hollywood once more. In case you hadn’t seen what he’s said before, the “30 Rock” alum is a little wary about the state of the industry, and the world at large, amid the rising number of sexual misconduct accusations. So wary that Baldwin joked he can’t even tell if touching his wife, Hilaria Baldwin, is now “inappropriate.”

“Isn’t it a new world between men and women now?” Baldwin asks Jerry Seinfeld on an upcoming episode of his Netflix show “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” according to the Daily Beast. “We’ve got to really, really be vigilant. Ever vigilant,” he added.

“I put my arm around my wife the other day and literally my arm, like it was an electric charge,” Baldwin continued, while cruising with the fellow jokester from their
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New on Netflix in July 2018: "Orange is the New Black," 'Jurassic Park' Trilogy

New on Netflix in July 2018:
Hot on the heels of "GLOW" hitting Netflix on Friday, the streaming service enters July with numerous newly added movies and TV shows that will be available to binge-watch.

Orange is the New Black” will return for its sixth season on July 27, with its cast of inmates likely moving to a new facility after a riot led to half of Litchfield Prison being destroyed at the end of season five.

Comedian in Cars Getting Coffee” will also be back with new episodes from July 6. Host Jerry Seinfeld will drive around with comedians including Ellen DeGeneres, Kate McKinnon, Tracy Morgan, and the late Jerry Lewis.

Movies coming to Netflix in July 2018 include the Jurassic Park trilogy, which coincides with the theatrical release of latest installment in the blockbuster dinosaur franchise, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

Other films available on the streaming service in July will range from Oscar-winner Her, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Interview With the Vampire, Adam Sandler’s Happy Gilmore, and Blue Valentine.

"Sacred Games" marks Netflix's first original Indian drama series and will be available from July 6. The story focuses on a seasoned Mumbai police officer who gets an anonymous tip to capture a powerful criminal overlord. But this proves just the beginning of a conspiracy of corruption.

The latest episodes of TV series including USA Network's "The Sinner" and "Shameless," as well as CBS' "Blue Bloods" and “NCIS," are also coming to the streaming service in July.

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Steph Curry And Rudy Mancuso Are ‘5 Minutes From Home’ In NBA Sharpshooter’s New Series

Steph Curry has premiered his take on Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee. The NBA star, whose Golden State Warriors just won their third championship in four years, welcomed YouTube star and musician Rudy Mancuso into a van for the first episode of his web series 5 Minutes From Home. 

Each episode of 5 Minutes From Home begins at the Oracle Arena, where the Warriors play their home games. As Curry is chauffeured away from the arena in a black van, he is joined by celebrity guests, with whom he shoots the breeze. In the show's premiere, Curry is joined by Rudy Mancuso, the talented creator known for his comedy videos, electronic music, awkward puppet shows, and other bits of YouTube wizardry. Together, the two celebrities make some music in the van, with Mancuso playing guitar while Curry raps his knuckles against the window. They then stop at a food truck,
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Jerry Seinfeld Explains Why ABC Firing Roseanne Barr ‘Was Overkill’

Jerry Seinfeld Explains Why ABC Firing Roseanne Barr ‘Was Overkill’
Jerry Seinfeld doesn’t understand why ABC had to fire Roseanne Barr. Speaking to USA Today while promoting the upcoming season of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” on Netflix, Seinfeld said “Roseanne” would have collapsed on its own due to the comedian’s self-sabotaging offensive behavior, so it didn’t make sense to him why ABC took the extra step and fired her from the series.

“I don’t even know why they had to do that,” Seinfeld said. “It seemed like, you don’t need to murder someone that’s committing suicide. I thought the firing was overkill. She’s already dead.”

Seinfeld shared similar thoughts when asked about Barr during an interview with Entertainment Tonight, saying,”I didn’t see why it was necessary to fire her. Why would you murder someone who’s committing suicide?”

ABC canceled the high-rated “Roseanne” reboot on May 29, just hours after Barr
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Jerry Seinfeld Says Roseanne Barr Firing Was "Overkill"

Jerry Seinfeld is weighing in on the Roseanne Barr controversy, calling her being fired from her eponymous sitcom "overkill."

"I don't even know why they had to do that," Seinfeld on Monday told USA Today at an event to promote his Netflix series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. "It seemed like, you don’t need to murder someone that’s committing suicide. I thought the firing was overkill. She's already dead."

Though questioning the firing, which came after Barr made a racist tweet about Valerie Jarrett, a senior adviser to former President Barack ...
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Jerry Seinfeld Doesn’t Think Roseanne Barr Should’ve Been Fired

Jerry Seinfeld Doesn’t Think Roseanne Barr Should’ve Been Fired
Jerry Seinfeld is weighing in on the fallout Roseanne Barr has received after she posted a racist tweet, leading ABC to cancel her hit sitcom, and instead, greenlight a spinoff series, titled The Conners, which won’t include her. ET spoke to the 64-year-old comedian on Monday about a new season of his show,Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, coming
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Jerry Seinfeld and Netflix’s ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ Season 10 Trailer and Guest List

Netflix has delivered the first trailer for Jerry Seinfeld's unconventional roving talk show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee as well as provide a guest list for the upcoming 10th season on the streaming platform.

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee pairs Seinfeld with other comedians and high doses of caffeine that lets creativity and humor flow without restraint. There's talk about the cars, too, but not to the extent that Jay Leno takes the gearhead chatter.

The previous nine seasons of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee were available exclusively on Crackle. However, Netflix bought the rights and currently hosts all past seasons as well as Season 10 and any future seasons that follow.

The Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Season 10 guest list for 2018 includes the late Jerry LewisKate McKinnonEllen DeGeneresHasan MinhajDana CarveyNeil BrennanTracy MorganBrian ReganAlec Baldwin, Zach Galifinakis, John Mulaney, and Dave Chappelle.
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Jerry Seinfeld and Netflix’s ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ Season 10 Trailer and Guest List

Netflix has delivered the first trailer for Jerry Seinfeld's unconventional roving talk show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee as well as provide a guest list for the upcoming 10th season on the streaming platform.

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee pairs Seinfeld with other comedians and high doses of caffeine that lets creativity and humor flow without restraint. There's talk about the cars, too, but not to the extent that Jay Leno takes the gearhead chatter.

The previous nine seasons of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee were available exclusively on Crackle. However, Netflix bought the rights and currently hosts all past seasons as well as Season 10 and any future seasons that follow.

The Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Season 10 guest list for 2018 includes the late Jerry LewisKate McKinnonEllen DeGeneresHasan MinhajDana CarveyNeil BrennanTracy MorganBrian ReganAlec Baldwin, Zach Galifinakis, John Mulaney, and Dave Chappelle.
See full article at TheHDRoom »

Jerry Seinfeld’s ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ Season 10 Trailer and Guest List

Netflix has dropped the first trailer for Jerry Seinfeld's unconventional talk show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee as well as provide a guest list for the upcoming 10th season on Netflix.

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee pairs Seinfeld with other comedians and high doses of caffeine that lets creativity and humor flow without restraint.

The previous nine seasons were available exclusively on Crackle. However, Netflix bought the rights and currently hosts all past seasons as well as Season 10 and any future seasons that follow.

The Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Season 10 guest list for 2018 includes the late Jerry Lewis, Kate McKinnon, Ellen DeGeneres, Hasan Minhaj, Dana Carvey, Neil Brennan, Tracy Morgan, Brian Regan, Alec Baldwin, Zach Galifinakis, John Mulaney, and Dave Chappelle.

New Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee episodes for Season 10 drop exclusively on Netflix beginning Friday, July 6th.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=165sDaub-uM
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Emmy spotlight: Online talk show ‘Good Mythical Morning’ takes on the giants of Variety Talk Series category

Emmy spotlight: Online talk show ‘Good Mythical Morning’ takes on the giants of Variety Talk Series category
The Emmy race for Best Variety Talk Series is stacked with so many giants it’s hard for a little guy to muscle his way through. But maybe two little guys could. Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal, hosts of the widely viewed online series “Good Mythical Morning,” are hoping to take down the Goliaths of late night and snag their first nomination. Watch a highlight reel of their work above.

See 2018 Emmy Awards nominations: Complicated process made simple

Good Mythical Morning,” or “Gmm,” is currently the most-watched online daily show with an average of 100 million views per month, 4.1 billion lifetime views, and 13.2 million YouTube subscribers. McLaughlin and Neal created the series in 2012 and cover a wide range of topics including science, technology, lifestyle, and pop culture. Over the course of the show the comedic duo attempt original challenges, perform serious experiments, interact with celebrity guests, explore surprising stories and facts,
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‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ Trailer: Dave Chappelle, Zack Galifianakis, Kate McKinnon & More

You might remember hearing in January of last year that Netflix had struck a huge deal with Jerry Seinfeld for a couple of new comedy specials and the rights to the entire library of the documentary talk show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. That deal also included a plan for new episodes to stream exclusively […]

The post ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ Trailer: Dave Chappelle, Zack Galifianakis, Kate McKinnon & More appeared first on /Film.
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TVLine Items: Bachelor in Paradise Is Back, Fosters Spinoff Casting and More

Get ready for another summer of sun-dappled hook-ups: Bachelor in Paradise will return for Season 5 on Tuesday, Aug. 7 at 8/7c on ABC. New episodes of the Bachelor offshoot, which sees former contestants get another chance at love while living together in a Mexican beachfront resort, will then air Mondays and Tuesdays from 8 to 10 pm.

BiP‘s premiere will be followed at 10 pm by the debut of the reality series Castaways, in which 12 individuals are dropped alone throughout various islets in Indonesia and challenged to survive.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* The Fosters spinoff Good Trouble has
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Jerry Seinfeld, Matthew Broderick Tease New 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee' Season

Jerry Seinfeld, Matthew Broderick Tease New 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee' Season
Jerry Seinfeld previewed the upcoming 10th season of his Netflix series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee with a trailer featuring upcoming guests Dave Chappelle, Ellen DeGeneres, Zach Galifianakis, Tracy Morgan, Alec Baldwin, John Mulaney, Kate McKinnon, Hasan Minhaj, Dana Carvey, Brian Regan, Neal Brennan and the late Jerry Lewis.

Matthew Broderick helps open the clip, playing a car-and-coffee scientist in a vintage-style intro. "This year, practically everyone is coming out with brand new, even longer, more complicated shows," Seinfeld says, as Broderick studies a coffee-making vehicle.

"Don't you have enough
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‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ Trailer: Ellen DeGeneres, Alec Baldwin, and More Join Jerry Seinfeld’s Netflix Show

‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ Trailer: Ellen DeGeneres, Alec Baldwin, and More Join Jerry Seinfeld’s Netflix Show
Jerry Seinfeld knows how much TV is out there, so he’s selling his Netflix show “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” as a brief morsel that doesn’t take too much time to enjoy. A lot like a tasty cup o’ joe.

“Don’t you have enough to keep track of without trying to remember who’s a wizard, who’s a machine, who’s a zombie?,” Seinfeld asks in the new trailer for Season 10 of the interview series. “Our average episode is only 14 minutes long. Unlike our competitors, we’re not trying to take you away from all you have to do. We think your life is pretty good.”

The Emmy-nominated Netflix series (originally on Crackle) features Seinfeld pairing a different vintage car to each of his venerated interview subjects. The two drive around town to a favorite out of the way diner or coffee shop and shoot the proverbial shit,
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Jerry Seinfeld, Cardi B Guest Star As ‘Between Two Ferns With Zach Galifianakis’ Returns

For the first time in nearly nine months, there is a new episode of Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis for comedy fans to feast on. The legendary web series, in which Galifianakis conducts awkward interviews with his celebrity guests, has returned to Funny Or Die with an installment that features TV star Jerry Seinfeld and rapper Cardi B.

In the episode, Galifianakis is up to his usual tricks; he refers to Seinfeld's Netflix series Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee as "lazy car-based comedy," implies that Jerry has Seinfeld showrunner Larry David to thank for his fame, and forces the former sitcom star to interact with his old castmate, Wayne Knight. Eventually, Cardi B -- a "better guest," per Galifianakis -- shows up for a cameo of her own.

The new Between Two Ferns episode arrived one week after Seinfeld shared a teaser for the new season of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee,
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