Comedian Jerry Seinfeld’s latest series is getting another season. EW.com’s PopWatch reports that the television veteran’s Internet series “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” is set to return today with the first episode of season two.
The season premiere is scheduled to bow at noon on Crackle and on the show’s official website, with Sarah Silverman as the featured guest. Other guests lined up for this season include David Letterman, Chris Rock and Seth Meyers, the piece notes. Each installment runs about 15 minutes.
“The show’s title is very literal,” EW notes. “Each episode pairs Seinfeld with another comedian, puts them in a cool old car, and features a conversation over caffeinated beverages.”
The report adds: “The concept is simple, but the results are often thrilling. (And also award-winning.) The first season saw episodes featuring Larry David, Ricky Gervais, Mel Brooks, Colin Quinn and Michael Richards, and each one featured revelatory chats about the nature of comedy, a subject Seinfeld finds endlessly fascinating.”
Seinfeld reportedly told EW: “Comedians never fail to get to this subject of, ‘How do you do this?’ or ‘What’s it like for you?’ or ‘What are you dealing with?’ So in almost every one of these shows, in fact I have to eventually say every single one at some point, these two people get to that.”
Here’s the season preview: