Get ready for more comedy in confined spaces. With Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Jerry Seinfeld’s hilarious web series, soon to return, Crackle dropped the season 8 trailer Monday. As usual, the funnyman has a fantastic lineup of guest stars, automobiles, and adventures.
Season 8 will bring viewers along on a variety of excursions, with the trailer giving a preview of destinations ranging from restaurants to a comedy club and even a campsite. Along the way, Seinfeld will be joined by Last Week Tonight host John Oliver, comedienne Margaret Cho, Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels, film writer and producer Judd Apatow, stand-up comic Jim Gaffigan, and actor J.B. Smoove.
Naturally, the Emmy-nominated series will be full of humor as Seinfeld and his copilots talk about transgender issues, monkeys, Hitler, shoes, and much more. The trailer only gives snippets of the conversations to come, but knowing the show, they’re sure to be endlessly entertaining. Seinfeld alone guarantees laughs, but adding another comedian riding shotgun multiples the fun.
Like any road trip, Seinfeld’s many miles on the road will be punctuated with the occasional bout of car trouble. At one point, his hubcap is shown to be rolling away while he drives along. To be honest, that is not very surprising when you consider some of the vehicles included in his eclectic bunch.
The series, which began airing in 2012, has featured the likes of Ricky Gervais, Sarah Silverman, Chris Rock, and Tina Fey, among other comedy icons. Their transportation has ranged from a 1952 Volkswagen Beetle to a 2012 Prevost car (basically, imagine a tour bus), and they have ventured to piers, greasy spoon diners, and even the White House.
Season 8 of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee will premiere on Thursday, June 16 and consist of six original episodes.
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