Netflix released the House of Cards season 3 teaser, and even though it’s only 12 seconds long, the powerful Frank Underwood characteristically breaks the 4th wall, giving us an air date for those HoC fans, eagerly awaiting Frank’s return. Jerry Seinfeld’s new season of Comedians in Cats Getting Coffee kicked off this week with Youtube sensation Miranda Sings. The full episode was released on Miranda’s Youtube channel, breaking the 500,000 view mark in a matter of days.
Jimmy Kimmel teamed up with The Killers for their annual ritual of creating a new Christmas Tune. ‘Joel the Lump of Coal’ may be the next ‘White Christmas’ (probably not, but still… well done). Jimmy Fallon and Brian Williams slow Jam the news this week, making you realize that if all news was done like this, you’d probably pay more attention to what was going on in the world.
Finally, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were revealed as this year’s Golden Globe hosts for the third year in a row. If you can’t remember their hosting brilliance, the NBC clip showcases their talent for poking fun at fellow celebs.
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To promote ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ (CICGC), Seinfeld dropped by Facebook’s New York office last week to take part in a Q&A with fans on the CICGC page. In January, he did a very successful Reddit AMA. During the Facebook Q&A, he answered fan questions about his first car, road rage, and his sneaker collection, among others.
When asked whether he “enjoyed working with Crackle more than going through a traditional network,” Seinfeld replied: “Yes, Crackle has been heaven for us. They only support and never interfere and that is an artists dream.”
Showrunners and actors are expressing this sentiment more and more since Netflix introduced its paradigm-shifting ‘House of Cards.’ Of course, ‘House of Cards’ is not a web series, but it can certainly be attributed with opening the flood gates for successful examples of original content outside of linear.
Below is a selection of Seinfeld’s best answers from the Q&A, including a hint that hit guests may be returning in the future and that ‘Napolean Dynamite’ is his favorite comedy movie of the past 15 years. Read more
“What if Seinfeld was still on the air?”, asked show runner and BuzzFeed Sports editor Jack Moore. 147,000 followers later, the 10th season of Seinfeld is off to a bang, airing exclusively in 140-character updates about ten times per day. No second screen or check-in app is needed to watch the newest social TV phenomenon. Just turn the dial to http://twitter.com/seinfeldtoday and get ready to read a lot of hilarious tweets about nothing. Read more