Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is finally returning to Netflix with all-new episodes this summer. Just a few weeks ago, we learned who'd be joining Jerry Seinfeld for this latest espresso run. Now we have the official season 11 trailer, which gives us a good look at what we can expect, and who we'll find sitting in the passenger's side of Seinfeld's ride when things kick off on July 19.
Just take a look at that guest line-up. It's perhaps one of the best in the entire series run. Joining Jerry Seinfeld this time out will be Eddie Murphy, Seth Rogen, Ricky Gervais, Matthew Broderick, Jamie Foxx, Sebastian Maniscalco, Martin Short, Mario Joyner, Melissa Villaseñor, Bridget Everett, and Barry Marder.
Jerry Seinfeld's roving talk show combines coffee, laughs, and vintage cars into quirky, caffeine-filled adventures with the sharpest minds in comedy. Jerry introduces this sneak peek, gliding in on a hover board. He then runs through a list of all the rip-off shows that have tried to steal his schtick, explaining how Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee have 'influenced' a number of other talkshows.
Jerry Seinfeld doesn't mind pointing a finger at some of the biggest offenders, calling out Carpool Karaoke, Alec Baldwin's Love Ride, Comedians Watching Football With Friends, Funny Uber Rides, Clergy in Cars Getting Coffee, Hiking with Kevin, Politicians in Cars Getting Coffee, Comedians on Bikes Getting Soup, Coffee Break, Coffee Run and finally Cougars in Cars Getting Cosmos. Yes, these are all real shows, and they all owe a little something to Seinfeld's groundbreaking streaming series.
The show originally premiered on Crackle before migrating over to Netflix for season 10 and 11. In this latest teaser, we see Jerry pull up to Seth Rogen in the Blues Mobile cop car from the classic The Blues Brothers. From there, we see him interacting with his other guests in a succession of quick quippy clips. The best piece of footage comes when Eddie Murphy, who doesn't make too many appearances, shows up to take a ride with Jerry, and breaks through a couple of his impressions, with the pair finally sitting down for a discussion at the iconic Improv comedy club.
Jerry also seems to be fascinated by beards this season, as he discusses the art of facial hair with both Seth Rogen and Mario Joyner. He goes grocery shopping with Sebastian Maniscalco, and watches as Ricky Gervais, who was a guest way back on the first season, orders some avocado toast, though he may not really have an appetite for it. At some point in this journey, Seinfeld also gets the guy behind the counter at Arby's to declare, 'We got the meat!'
Things wrap up with a look at Matthew Broderick's episode, in which he finds himself without anything entertaining to say. It all ends with everyone laughing big hearty laughs and a ride on a couple of Vespas. These freshly brewed episodes will be available only on Netflix streaming service this summer.