The last episode of “Seinfeld” baffled many viewers and got numerous negative reviews. Today, surprisingly, it plays a good deal better.
One of the greatest documentaries ever made about the life of a comedian, “The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling” is an extremely funny, extremely moving, extremely warts-and-all look at the comic actor, who died in 2016.
On "Sundays with Alec Baldwin," Baldwin admits, "My impersonation is like a whoopee cushion. It's simple; it's kind of monochromatic.”
Jerry Seinfeld sat down with Alec Baldwin for an unfiltered conversation about Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, and the #MeToo movement on "Sundays with Alec Baldwin."
It's rare to be treated this way by any piece of current entertainment; enjoy Jerry Seinfeld's achievement in his new Netflix special.
The five shows you should watch this week include the return of 'The Good Place,' 'Transparent,' and 'Gotham' and the premiere of 'Star Trek: Discovery.'
Kesha and Jerry Seinfeld have a history of not hugging. Jerry Seinfeld just took a trip down memory lane, back to that time he rejected three hugs from Kesha on a red carpet. During his tour stop in Melbourne, Australia, the comedian took time out to see the giant mural that was created to commemorate the viral incident that happened back in June.
In an interview, Jerry Seinfeld explained his nonhug moment with Kesha on Monday night. Hint: as “Seinfeld” viewers know, he’s not hug-prone.
The new documentary, airing now on Starz, is a fitting tribute to Klein, once famous for his garrulous observational humor and numerous HBO stand-up specials.
Netflix has been on a comedy spending spree, shoveling out huge sums of cash for standup specials from Chris Rock, Dave Chapelle, Amy Schumer, and now Jerry Seinfeld. The production deal also calls for 24 new episodes of Seinfeld’s hit series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
Last night, some of comedy’s heavy hitters made a surprise appearance at New York City’s Comedy Cellar. Amy Schumer, Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, and Aziz Ansari took the stage. Jon Laster, who was part of the lineup, revealed some behind-the-scenes details.
Jerry Seinfeld stopped by Tuesday's "Maya and Marty" to be insulted by Jiminy Glick. At one point, Jerry asked Glick if he had even ever seen "Seinfeld."
On The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Jerry Seinfeld opened with some good old-fashioned standup comedy, making him the first ever guest to do a standup set on Colbert’s Late Show. He talked about landing President Barack Obama as a guest on his series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. He had said to one of his producers jokingly, “Why don’t we get the president on the show?” — and it turns out that producer got on the phone, and before he knew it, he was driving around 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue with the commander in chief. ...
After sharing a ride and a few stories with the likes of Amy Schumer, Stephen Colbert and Louis C.K., the latest episode of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee saw Jerry Seinfeld bend the rules a little and pick a man who’s “gotten off just enough funny lines to qualify for this show.”