We're close to getting another all-new season of Jerry Seinfeld's hit talk show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. The new episodes date and the full guest list has been revealed. And perhaps the biggest get this time around is Eddie Murphy, who hasn't been seen much lately.

Eddie isn't the only one who'll be laughing it up on the highways and byways of America as Jerry Seinfeld sets off with his guests to find the perfect cup of coffee. This might be the best season of the long running series yet, with a stellar line-up of guests.

The all-new season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee will come to Netflix on July 19, 2019, with all episodes streaming same day. Get ready for one heck of a ride, as Jerry Seinfeld welcomes guests both old and new. The line-up kicks off with Eddie Murphy and will also include Seth Rogen, Ricky Gervais, who has been on the show before, Matthew Broderick, Jamie Foxx, Sebastian Maniscalco, Martin Short, Mario Joyner, Melissa Villaseñor, Bridget Everett, and Barry Marder.

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Jerry Seinfeld's roving talk show combines coffee, laughs, and vintage cars into quirky, caffeine-filled adventures with the sharpest minds in comedy. Previous seasons of the series are currently streaming on Netflix. The show originated on the Sony owned streaming service Crackle, but Netflix later signed an overall deal with Seinfeld that included bringing all previous episodes over from Crackle, while creating new ones along with new comedy specials.

Eddie Murphy hasn't shown up on many talk show couches in the last decade, most notably appearing on Ellen to declare that he's not a hermit and can often be seen going to get his morning Starbucks. The comedy icon hasn't been in a movie since 2016's Mr. Church, taking an extended break that is about to end in a very big way. First up he has Dolemite is my Name, a biopic about comedian Rudy Ray Moore. He is currently shooting the sequel Coming 2 America for Paramount, which will herald a true return to the big screen for the 80s comedy god.

Eddie Murphy also has two other sequels that have long been in development with Triplets, the sequel to Twins co-starring Danny DeVito and Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Beverly Hills Cop 4, which has long been promised to Axel Foley fans and may just see itself to theaters by the time 2022 rolls around.

Season 11 is also unique in that Jerry Seinfeld is bringing back some of his favorite past guests to catch up and find out what's going on in their lives now. Returning from season one are Seinfeld's good friend Mario Joyner, who originally split his episode with Colin Quinn. Barry Marder also appeared in Season 1, as does Ricky Gervais, who was Jerry's second guest ever when the show original debuted way back in 2012.

Netflix has released several photos from the new episodes which you can check out. Now you have something to watch on Netflix this summer after you have binged Stranger Things season 3 three times in a row. Streaming is a wonderful thing. You can catch All episodes of Comedians in Cars on Netflix right now.

<strong><em>Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee</em></strong> Season 11 Eddie Murphy photo

<strong><em>Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee</em></strong> Season 11 Seth Rogen photo

<strong><em>Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee</em></strong> Season 11 Ricky Gervais photo

<strong><em>Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee</em></strong> Season 11 Jamie Foxx Photo

<strong><em>Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee</em></strong> Season 11 Vespas photo

<strong><em>Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee</em></strong> Season 11 Martin Short photos

B. Alan Orange