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Jerry Seinfeld is bringing back his popular online show, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Fans can expect four more season of the show.
The program will be streamed on the site ComediansInCarsGettingCoffee.com and Sony’s Crackle, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The show's upcoming season will be its fourth.
The popular show began in 2012. Guests who have previously appeared on the show include Seth Meyers, Chris Rock, and David Letterman.
In the show, the comedians drive and share stories. Seinfeld has featured former Seinfeld co-stars Jason Alexander and Michael Richards. Comedians Wayne Knight, Jay Leno, and Howard Stern have also made appearances.
The nest season is set to launch early this summer and fall. If previous seasons are any indication, the show could do quite well again with fans. The program received more than 40 million streams overall. The industry has also liked the idea, giving the show an Emmy nod for Outstanding Special Class - Short-Format Nonfiction Programs in 2013.
Comedians in Cars getting Coffee is produced by Sony Pictures Television’s Embassy Row. Seinfeld is an executive producer.