Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee trailer previews antics with Louis-Dreyfus, Bill Maher

“Have you ever driven a cement mixer,” asks Bill Maher on the new trailer for the upcoming sixth season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. “No,” replied Jerry Seinfeld, “but I’ve had some conversations that felt like that.” The series’ latest season, which features — you guessed it — Jerry Seinfeld interviewing popular comedians weekly in hand-picked vintage cars and coffee shops, premieres on June 3 at 11:30 p.m. ET on Crackle; but you can watch a season preview here.

In addition to awkward moments with Bill Maher, the trailer previews episodes featuring Seinfeld reuniting with his former co-star Julia Louis-Dreyfus, antics with Jim Carrey, and a bearded Stephen Colbert. Also in the hot seat this season will be Steve Harvey and the new host of the Daily Show, Trevor Noah.

The series, which gives both Seinfeld and his guest the space to talk shop and joke around, is essentially a play on the late-night talk show (and, conveniently, new episodes are issued around the same time). In the past, the two-time Emmy-nominated show has featured all-star comedians including Aziz Ansari, Tina Fey, Patton Oswalt and even late night TV vets David Letterman, Jay Leno and Jimmy Fallon.

After Seinfeld explains why he picked the vintage car for his guest — which will include a Morgan Plus 8 (for Colbert) and a Lamborghini Countach (for Jim Carrey) — the two cruise around town, hit a coffee shop for caffeine and, sometimes, additional antics ensue. The show, which was picked up for three more seasons earlier this year, has also done well with viewers. It’s notched a record 25 million streams on the online on-demand video platform Crackle.

Definitely put the premiere on your calendar, in which Louis-Dreyfus reunites with Seinfeld — and when he calls his former Seinfeld collaborator “the James Bond of comedy.”

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