By Sonya Magett, EnStarz | Jul 14, 2012 02:07 PM EDT
Jerry Seinfeld is launching a new television series exclusively for the web.
The comedian's new show, called "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," shows Seinfeld having coffee with other funny men and taking them for a drive in vintage cars.
A preview video of Seinfeld's new show was posted on the web. In it "Seinfeld" co-creator Larry David tells Seinfeld, "You've finally done a show about nothing."
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The preview includes other funnymen besides Larry David: Ricky Gervais, Alec Baldwin and "Seinfeld" co-star Michael Richards.
Seinfeld serves as the host of an informal, in-car talk show with the camera fixed on top of the dashboard.
Guests will include high-profile comedian friends sitting in the passenger seat taking a ride and exchanging jokes while Seinfeld drives them around town in search of a good cup of coffee or at a diner while enjoying a cup of coffee.
The preview video shows some of Seinfeld's vintage cars from his extensive car collection, which includes an original Fiat 500, a VW Beetle and a Dodge Challenger.
Earlier this year, Seinfeld set a record for the most money ever paid for a Porsche at an auction after dolling out $4.4 million for a Sunoco-liveried Can-Am Spyder, according to Rollingstone.
Seinfeld's show debuts next week, July 19, at the show's website and on Crackle, Sony's iTunes competitor.
The web series is produced by Crackle, a digital video network owned by Sony Pictures.
"Friends" actress Lisa Kudrow's show, "Web Therapy" also started as a web series and was later picked up by Showtime; the second season of the hit web series premiers later this year.
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