Fans of the classic sitcom Seinfeld will no doubt be interested in a new web-only show from the eponymous star.

As you might be able to guess, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee has Jerry Seinfeld acting as both chauffeur and interviewer for an assortment of his comedic chums as they nip out for a coffee.

Fans of the classic sitcom Seinfeld will no doubt be interested in a new web-only show from the eponymous star.

As you might be able to guess, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee has Jerry Seinfeld acting as both chauffeur and interviewer for an assortment of his comedic chums as they nip out for a coffee.

Talk inevitably turns to comedy, but there’s plenty of chat about the car, too. The first episode features Larry David (Seinfeld’s co-creator and star of Curb Your Enthusiasm) and a 1952 VW Beetle, although only around half the episode is spent driving around.

You can watch the episode below, but if you’re thinking that Jerry Seinfeld came up with the in-car interview concept, spare a thought for Red Dwarf actor Robert Llewellyn, who’s been running a taxi-cum-talk show Carpool business since 2009…

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