Jerry Seinfeld suggests ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ could be over soon

His motto has always been “Don’t overstay your welcome”

Jerry Seinfeld has said the end of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee could be near.

While discussing his new standup special 23 Hours to Kill, the stand-up comedian also speculated on the future of his sketch show.

“We haven’t planned anything with that show, I kind of feel like if I did that tour,” Seinfeld told The Hollywood Reporter. “I don’t know, I feel like I may have done that exploration at this point.”


The comedian also reiterated his life motto, which is “don’t overstay your welcome”. He explained: “I’m not the biggest fan of people hanging on to the bitter end. My pattern is to leave just a little sooner than you think I was going to.”

In terms of the impact of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic on stand-up comedy, Jerry Seinfeld said: “I don’t think if you’re going into a theatre, and it’s only one-quarter full and everybody’s got 10 seats between them, I don’t know if that’s worth doing.

“For me, I’m going to wait until everyone does feel comfortable gathering and so that you can relax, number one, and have a good time, number two. Whenever that happens, I’m happy to wait. I don’t want to compromise the experience. I want it to be that great relief.”

A number of film and TV projects have been affected by the crisis, with many titles being suspended or delayed. Here’s a full list of impacted projects.

23 Hours to Kill is out on Netflix now.

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