Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, the innovative and increasingly popular program in which Jerry Seinfeld drives another comedian or personality to a coffee shop in an iconic car, has switched its streaming broadcast from Crackle to Netflix.
The 59 shows produced for Crackle and sponsored by Audi since 2012 will be all be cataloged on Netflix. Twenty-four new segments, two standup comedy specials and other pending programming are included in the new deal.
New episodes of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee will debut in late 2017.
The original program received three Emmy nominations. Seinfeld’s guest have included many of comedy world’s best-known performers.
Chris Rock, Don Rickles, Howard Stern, Jim Carrey and Steve Martin have appeared as well as Seinfeld TV series co-creator Larry David and Seinfeld’s co-stars on his popular network show — Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Michael Richards.
Former President Barack Obama was also a guest, with Seinfeld and Mr. Obama driving around the White House grounds and having coffee in a basement cafeteria.
“When I first started thinking about Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, the entire Netflix business model consisted of mailing out DVDs in envelopes,” said Seinfeld in a statement. “I love that we are now joining together, both at very different points.”