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Crackle received a nomination today for Jerry Seinfeld 's "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" in the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
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Jerry Seinfeld has an internet-only video blog called "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."
Instead of going back and forth with MMG labelmate Meek Mill about his supposed " hating ," the D.C. MC dropped a new single, "The Followers," on Tuesday to shift the focus back to music.
Canadian actor Kiefer Sutherland gestures during a press conference for his latest TV drama 'Touch' in Tokyo on September 3, 2012.
The only good thing about George Carlin's death on Sunday at the age of 71 - and there is no good thing about George Carlin's death on Sunday at the age of 71 - is that he has already given us such a rich body of thought, analysis, observation and truth that it will take us the rest of our lives to work through it all - and even then, we probably ... (more)
The latest episode of Jerry Seinfeld's "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" welcomes veteran comedian Robert Klein, who inspired Seifeld and a whole generation of comedians, and the two go out for a cup of joe in an equally legendary vehicle; a 1967 Jaguar Mark II.
It's been an astonishing 25 years since the show about nothing - Seinfeld - first hit screens and forever changed how we felt about soup kitchens, pretzels and white sneakers.
There was a time when - even in America divided - there were certain shared cultural experiences.
While the show got little attention upon its premiere - on July 5, 1989 - it went on to become one of the most beloved comedies of all time by critics and viewers alike.
Every era gets the sitcom it deserves. In the early 90s that sitcom was "Seinfeld," a show about a motley collection of Jews on the upper west side of Manhattan, kvetching, kvelling and ordering soup.
The Cyclones held "Seinfeld Night" for more than 8,000 fans at MCU Park, renamed Vandelay Industries Park for the evening.
There's a lot of talk around the show's quarter-century anniversary about its legacy, and sure, it has plenty, beyond its continuing ubiquity, quotability and popularity in reruns.
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