Buckle up! It's going to get bumpy. The Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Season 9 trailer has arrived. And while it's not quite as epic as Season 8, which brought in President Barack Obama, it does have a very special weapon in the way of comedian and Ghostbusters star Kristen Wiig, who proves that she can look good while talking really, really dirty.
Crackle has released this latest sneak peek video, and Jerry Seinfeld looks to be having more fun than ever with his interview series that has quickly grown into a quiet phenomenon that will easily rest up alongside his classic sitcom as one of the best things he's ever done. In true Jerry fashion, this looks to be another stellar year.
The guest line-up for 2017 is one of Jerry Seinfeld's best. Sure, you can't lose with someone like Kristen Wiig in your passenger seat. But also appearing will be the long-awaited presence of comedy icon Lewis Black. And non-comedian Christoph Waltz, of Django Unchained and Green Hornet fame, is also climbing in for a Sunday stroll down memory lane.
Other guests, who will be enjoying the iconic act of driving around with Seinfeld in his vintage cars before getting a steaming hot cup of coffee and maybe something to eat, include Norm McDonald, Bob Einstein of Curb Your Enthusiasm and Super Dave fame, and Cedric the Entertainer, whose presence has long been awaited by Jerry on the show.
Season 9 is interesting in that it brings back one of the original guests from Season 1 with Bob Einstein, back when the show kicked off in 2012. There have been plenty of other worthy guests over the years, including other members of the Seinfeld cast including co-creator Larry David, Michael Richards, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jason Alexander, the later of which actually appeared as his sitcom character George. We've also seen Jerry chat with Alec Baldwin, David Letterman, Tina Fey, Sarah Jessica Parker, Miranda Sings and Garry Shandling before his untimely passing.
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee returns with a vengeance on January 5. A new episode will stream every week as 2017 kicks off with a glorious bang. After that six week run, all episodes will be available to binge in one setting on Crackle. Download Crackle now if you're new to the show, as all of the previous 8 seasons are currently available in full. And we can honestly say, while there are some awkward moments, there isn't a disappointing episode in the bunch. Here's the trailer courtesy of Crackle.