Jerry Seinfeld is back on the road to promote the upcoming 10th Season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, which streams on Netflix. Seinfeld unveiled a new trailer for the series with the help of friend Matthew Broderick. The trailer features 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. Ellen DeGeneres wonders aloud how all of the coffee that Jerry Seinfeld drinks doesn't affect him, and in true Seinfeld fashion, he reveals that it really does.

Apparently Zach Galifianakis and Jerry Seinfeld struck a deal. Seinfeld appeared on an episode of Galifianakis' Between Two Ferns in a hilarious guest spot that saw the two rip each other to shreds. And now, Seinfeld can be seen in the latest trailer for Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee giving Galifianakis a hard time about saying an "aha moment," which seems very typical of the comedian's style. Seinfeld can also be later seen making a joke about Tracy Morgan being in a coma for 10 days.

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Overall, it looks like the 10th Season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee will not deviate from the structure of the previous seasons, though there is a scene where Jerry Seinfeld is driving on the beach getting chased by a lifeguard. Kate McKinnon is later seen pouring her coffee from a pretty intense height, but nothing compared to what Jim Carrey did when he was on the show. In addition, Dana Carvey can be seen teasing his Church Lady character back from his days on Saturday Night Live.

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee was created by Jerry Seinfeld and first aired in July of 2012 on the Crackle network. The hit show has since moved to Netflix where all of the previous seasons are available to stream. Episodes feature Seinfeld introducing a car selected for a guest comedian, followed by a drive to a pre-selected café or restaurant for coffee. Episodes often diverge from the format to introduce some spontaneity, like Jim Carrey unveiling his art studio for Seinfeld, giving an insight that not many have seen and genuinely surprising Jerry Seinfeld by his talents.

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee's 12-episode tenth season will premiere on July 6th, 2018 on Netflix. Episodes are rumored to cost around $100,000 to produce and the shoots generally last for about 3 to 4 hours. All of that footage is then edited down to about 15 minutes, which Jerry Seinfeld says is his way of valuing our time. In the latest trailer, he teases other hit shows, mentioning that there are no robots, royalty, or zombies to have to worry about while you're watching Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Seinfeld is spot on about the length of the show, and is clearly excited to get another season out in to the world. You can watch the trailer below, thanks to the Netflix YouTube channel.