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Watch: New Seinfeld Show – Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee (Trailer)

Written by Brayden Darke on July 6, 2012

Popular comedian Jerry Seinfeld will be coming out with a new web series comedy named Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee; the idea of the show is exactly that. Various faces look to appear, including Ricky Gervais, Michael Richards, and of course Larry David.

While it’s not quite at the level of production and thought that went into his hit TV series of his own name, the potential for the one-camera candidness and natural flowing jokes and anecdotes that are expected to arise might make it enough of a cult series.

But then again, it could just be him trying to show off his large collection of cars, with all kinds of makes and models, including (reportedly) 46 types of Porche (Boxter’s, 911’s etc.).

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