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‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ and ‘Queer Eye’ Both Return to Netflix Next Month

Two of the streaming titan’s food-filled hits are coming back for new seasons in July

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Jerry Seinfeld and Jamie Foxx on the new season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee
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Sitcom star turned-accidental 2010s fashion icon Jerry Seinfeld is readying another season of his hit interview show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee for Netflix. These new episodes will feature Seinfeld chatting with 11 of his famous friends, including Jamie Foxx, Melissa Villaseñor, Eddie Murphy, Ricky Gervais, Seth Rogen, Bridget Everett, and Martin Short. As always, Seinfeld will pick up his pals in classic cars and drive them to coffee shops where they will chat about show business and whatever else is in on their minds (hopefully, Jerry will keep those tone-deaf remarks and shameless Lavazza espresso plugs parked in the garage this time around). The new episodes will land on Netflix on July 19.

In other Netflix food entertainment news, the fourth season of Queer Eye will be available on the streaming platform on July 19. Just like last season, these new episodes will take place in Kansas City. The Fab Five were recently spotted filming in Philadelphia, but those episodes won’t hit Netflix till early 2020, according to Variety. Curiously, the little video teaser for Season 4 does contain a brief glimpse of Philadelphia sports demigod Gritty dancing with the Fab Five, so perhaps the big orange maniac will make some sly cameo at the end of the season to welcome Antoni Poroswki, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, Tan France, and Jonathan Van Ness to the City of Brotherly Love. The Queer Eye team also previously announced plans for a Tokyo mini-season, but no word yet on when that will run.

The members of Fab Five have been extremely busy lately: In addition to all of them starring in Taylor Swift’s latest music video spectacle, Tan is going to host a new Netflix fashion competition show with Alexa Chung, and Antoni is putting the finishing touches on his first cookbook, now slated to be released on September 9.
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