Seinfeld is back for season ten of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."
Jerry Seinfeld's interview series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee took the leap from Crackle to Netflix late last year, and the giant streaming platform is gearing up to release a new season of the show. Although Comedians in Cars is entering its tenth season, the series feels new because of the Netflix makeover. The premise of the show is all in the title, Seinfeld picks a classic car that he feels best represents his guest and the two take a ride to a local cafe or restaurant for drinks. A new trailer for Comedians in Cars just hit the web, and it gives fans a 93-second preview of the entire season.
In the new trailer, Matthew Broderick joins Seinfeld for an old school car commercial parody bit. The black and white opening scene features a voiceover that states, "Practically everyone is coming out with brand new, even longer, more complicated shows. Don't you have enough to keep track of?" Seinfeld continues for the mysterious announcer, "Without trying to remember: Who's a wizard? Who's a machine? Who's a zombie? We at 'Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee' think your time is valuable. Our average episode is only 14 minutes long. ... We think one car, two comedians, and some coffee is plenty."
"Here's our entire new season in 93 seconds," Broderick adds before the black and white setting disappears and the real trailer begins. In just a minute and a half, the trailer previews appearances from Dave Chappelle, Tracy Morgan, Ellen DeGeneres, Alec Baldwin, Zach Galifianakis, the late Jerry Lewis, Kate McKinnon, Dana Carvey, John Mulaney, Neil Brennan, Brian Regan, and Hasan Minhaj.