We're going to be talking about Jerry Seinfeld and his excellent web series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, for quite a long time, as it's been picked up for four more seasons. Considering the show just wrapped up its third season a few months ago, this marks quite a big win.

The new order, reported by Variety, calls for 24 episodes, with Acura carrying on as the show's sole and primary sponsor. CICGC is already slated for a fourth season this summer, which includes five episodes, and a seven-episode fifth season in the fall. Guests for season four include Aziz Ansari, Jon Stewart and Sarah Jessica Parker, although we've no idea what sort of cars are in store.

It's unclear when seasons six through nine will air, but if 2014 is any indication, we should expect the bulk of the episodes to arrive some time in 2015.


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      Rochester
      • 7 Months Ago
      Does Seinfeld really have that many friends? Seems kind of unlikely.
        KaiserWilhelm
        • 7 Months Ago
        @Rochester
        Yeah how could a world famous comedian and star of one of the all time great TV shows have any friends!?
      Ferris Macau
      • 7 Months Ago
      The Seth Meyer episode was painfully boring. Chirs Rock... CICGC managed to make him look awkward and shy LOL. Leno was not comfortable in the restaurant... why would anyone want to be in that show ??? The best one was with Kramer, that's about it.
      normc32
      • 7 Months Ago
      Why does he cater to one ethnicity?
      atc98092
      • 7 Months Ago
      Rather loose interpretation of a "season". With both TV and radio, a season is a year. No, there are not enough episodes to cover every week for the entire year. But how on earth can anyone call 5 episodes a "season"?
        Timothy Tibbetts
        • 7 Months Ago
        @atc98092
        Name a TV show with 52 episodes a year for me. What's a radio? When you're done there, go to the website: Season 1: 10 episodes Season 2: 6 episodes. Season 3: 7 episodes.
          atc98092
          • 7 Months Ago
          @Timothy Tibbetts
          Where did I say there was 52 per year? I said "No, there are not enough episodes to cover every week for the entire year." Back in the 50s and 60s, many TV shows had 30 or more episodes per season. "Seinfeld" had over 20 episodes for most of its seasons. "How I met your Mother" had over 20 each season. How can 5 episodes be called a "season"?
          Tom
          • 7 Months Ago
          @Timothy Tibbetts
          Because alot of tv shows have 5-10 episodes these days. In fact there are more shows with 10 or less episodes per season then there are with over 10 episodes.
      • 7 Months Ago
      [blocked]
      kmdk78
      • 7 Months Ago
      Most of the episodes to date have not been that funny IMHO.
      Sgt Beavis
      • 7 Months Ago
      This makes me happy..
      Jake
      • 7 Months Ago
      I don't care so much that it is just end-to-end guffaws, which it isn't. I generally find in interesting.
      bookemd
      • 7 Months Ago
      Some episodes I'm like, when is it over, and others I'm like, that's it, keep it going! But, really like this web show!
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