On Sunday, February 2 Business Insider posted about the highly anticipated "Seinfeld" reunion segment that aired during Super Bowl XLVIII, and it turns out the commercial was a teaser for the series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," which is a web series created by Jerry Seinfeld. The two minute ad features Jerry and George Constanza (Jason Alexander) sitting in Tom's Restaurant having an argument.
The commercial is actually a shortened version of a nearly six minute segment for the web series which is available for viewing online. The segment also contains a surprise appearance by Newman (Wayne Knight) and features their iconic conversational greeting from the original show. The segment shows Jerry and George arguing about something Jerry mumbled before they discuss why George wasn't invited to a Super Bowl party.
The segment aired at the beginning of the Halftime show and Seinfeld had approached by FOX to create the clip as a lead in after the first half. He and executive producer Larry David wrote and directed the segment a few weeks ago when Seinfeld and Alexander were spotted filming in New York City and fans got excited about a possible reunion.
Over twenty-five million people have already seen episodes of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," and the series has featured comedians like Tina Fey, Patton Oswalt, David Letterman. Seth Meyer, Sarah Silverman, Howard Stern and Jay Leno. The series is currently in its third season and can be seen here.
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