‘Comedians in Cars’ Season 10: Confirmed Guests & Release Date

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is coming back for season 10. Jerry Seinfeld’s series where he takes fellow comedians to grab a brew will be returning in July with brand new comedians that the show hasn’t had before. Here’s everything we know about the next season including the confirmed guests and release date.

Netflix wasn’t the first network to air Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee as Crackle used to be the prime provider of the show. In January 2017, Netflix announced that it would be producing new seasons as well as adding all previous seasons to the streaming service.

The premise of the show is simple. Jerry Seinfeld, a successful standup comic and known for his starring role on sitcom Seinfeld, meets with other comedians (both new and old) to talk about life over a cup of coffee. Each episodes features a new car for Jerry to drive and a new comedian.

When will season 10 of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee be on Netflix?

All episodes of season 10 will be arriving on July 6th.

How many episodes will there be?

There are 12 confirmed episodes.


Featured Comedians in Season 10

There have been 12 confirmed guests coming in season 10 thanks to Jerry Seinfeld posting on his social channels. We’ve embedded each guest below plus a bit of background on who they are. Most, however, need no introduction.

Dave Chappelle

Known mostly for The Dave Chappelle show but recently made his return with a series of Netflix specials.

“Dave Chappelle seems old and wise and young and different all at the same time. I don’t know how he does it.”


Neal Brennan

Co-wrote The Dave Chappelle Show

“A couple of real know-it-alls.”


Kate McKinnon

Kate McKinnon is currently on Saturday Night Live as well as appearing on Netflix’s The Magic School Bus.

“The ridiculously hilarious and very very talented, comedically, musically, SNL superstar, Kate McKinnon. We both like little cars.”


Alec Baldwin

Alec is mostly known for his role in 30 Rock but more recently playing Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live.

“Alec Baldwin likes to wear jackets and suits, he’s not a man child, he’s a man.”


Dana Carvey

Saturday Night Live veteran Dana Carvey but most commonly known for his role in Wayne’s World.

“Dana Carvey is one of the most fun little things ever invented. He’s silly, he’s light, he’s trim, he’s just a California fun machine.”


John Mulaney

A long-time writer on Saturday Night Live but has also released standup specials including one recently released on Netflix.

“John Mulaney looks like a normal high functioning guy, but he is not.”


Brian Regan

60-year old Brian Regan is a veteran of the standup world having produced specials for Comedy Central in the past.

“This is a blue Cadillac XLR from the mid-2000s. It’s the automotive equivalent of a man who colors his eyebrows, wears shorts with a belt, and tucks his shirt into the shorts. But this is the favorite car of the brilliant Brian Regan.”


Ellen DeGeneres

She’s mostly known for her daytime talk show called Ellen and appearing in Disney Pixar’s Finding Nemo and Finding Dory.

“This approachable, no-nonsense vibe reminded me of Ms. Ellen DeGeneres, who’s also so friendly and accessible and real and fun to be with.”


Zach Galifianakis

Appeared on Between Two Ferns and The Hangover movies.

“The sheer inventive creativity of this particular (VW) Thing is what really attracted me to it for Zach Galifianakis. Who is a guy that just does it the way he wants to do it.”


Hasan Minhaj

A correspondent on the Daily Show as well as hosted the 2016 White House Correspondents Dinner.

“It’s the perfect car for a showy basketball player in the 80s which is why I got it for Hasan Minhaj, who was obsessed with these kind of athletes growing up.”


Tracy Morgan

Known for his roles on Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock.

It’s surprising, it’s dramatic, it’s a little radical. That’s why I thought it would be the perfect car for Mr. Tracy Morgan.”


Jerry Lewis

A popular comedian active through the 60’s.

“If you don’t get Jerry Lewis, you don’t understand comedy.”

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