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If you’re one for watching casual-paced conversations with comics in vintage vehicles while they obtain caffeinated beverages, you’re probably a fan of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Jerry Seinfeld’s passion project Netflix series is returning for its 11th season July 19th (has it really been on that long??) and he’s being joined by an incredible slate of Hollywood’s comedy elite.

In an Instagram post Tuesday, Jerry revealed that we can expect to see him chatting, driving and sipping java with the likes of Seth Rogen, Eddie Murphy, Martin Short, Ricky Gervais and Matthew Broderick.

 

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I love the coffee. ⁣ I love the cars. ⁣ I love the comedians. ⁣ And yes, doing the show with Eddie was really special.

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Seinfeld specifically called out Murphy in the post caption, saying it was “really special” to do the show with the comedy vet. Considering Jerry’s literally done an episode with Barack Obama, that’s pretty high praise.

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee started in 2012 on the streaming platform Crackle as a way for Seinfeld to blend his equal loves for coffee, cars and his celebrity friends. While he hangs out with some of the biggest names in entertainment, Jerry questions them about their feelings on life, their careers, love and any other subject that comes to mind. Sometimes it’s funny; sometimes it’s insightful; and sometimes it’s a little awkward. But hey, that’s life, right?

Other celebs making appearances this season are Jamie Foxx, Sebastian Maniscalco, Mario Joyner, Melissa Villaseñor, Bridget Everett and Barry Marder. Jerry also has his first repeat guest; Ricky Gervais was featured in the second ever episode of the show and will join Seinfeld again in the third episode of season 11.

So get ready for more comedians, more cars, more coffee and more deadpan musings on life.