Comedian Jerry Seinfeld announced today that he has collaborated once again with Sony’s video-streaming service Crackle to create a series of brief vignettes dubbed Single Shots. The project is an offshoot of Seinfeld’s Emmy-nominated web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, according to Multichannel News.
Each Single Shot episode (like coffee, get it?) will offer about two-minutes runtime, and will apparently feature the same improvisational comedy that Seinfeld began exploring in his 15-20 minute …Coffee series, in a more clip friendly format. The new series’ first installment – Donuts – is available to watch both on Youtube and via Crackle’s official page, and features back-and-forth chats with Tina Fey, Sarah Silverman, and Brian Regan. Each episode will center around a single topic, with the fried hoops of dough clearly being the focal point of today’s premiere.
Crackle announced back in May that the fourth season of …Coffee would premiere on June 19th. The fifth and latest episode of the series guest-stars Jon Stewart, and previous episodes this season have featured quips and jabs from Aziz Ansari, Robert Klein, George Wallace, and Sarah Jessica Parker. The new Single Shots episodes include both previously aired material from …Coffee as well as never-before-seen footage, company officials said.
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