Jerry Seinfeld's 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee' Gets Four More Seasons
A total of 24 new episodes will air on Crackle, in addition to the previously announced upcoming fourth and fifth seasons.
Jerry Seinfeld and his fellow comedians will be driving around and drinking coffee for a bit longer.
Crackle and sponsor Acura said on Wednesday that four more seasons of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee will air on Sony's Crackle and ComediansInCarsGettingCoffee.com. Seasons six through nine will begin following the previously announced fourth and fifth seasons of the show, which are set to launch early this summer and fall, respectively.
The digital series, created by and starring Seinfeld, has previously featured his conversations with such comedy heavyweights as Jason Alexander, Alec Baldwin, Todd Barry, Mel Brooks, Louis CK, Larry David, Tina Fey, Ricky Gervais, Wayne Knight, Jay Leno, David Letterman, Seth Meyers, Patton Oswalt, Carl Reiner, Michael Richards, Chris Rock, Sarah Silverman and Howard Stern.
The show, which debuted in July 2012, has earned more than 40 million streams overall as well as an Emmy nom in the category of outstanding special class -- short-format nonfiction programs.
Seinfeld is also the executive producer of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, which is produced by Sony Pictures Television's Embassy Row
CAA brokered the deal with Acura on behalf of Seinfeld.