Next year marks the 40th anniversary of “Taxi,” which won the Emmy Award for best comedy three of its five seasons. But 2017 looks to be a banner year for many cast members, whose careers just won’t stop.

JUDD HIRSCH, 82, won two Emmy Awards playing beleaguered cabbie Alex Reiger. Now he’s back as a grumpy doughnut shop owner in CBS’ “Superior Donuts,” which debuted in February and returns next season.

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DANNY DeVITO, 72, towered as tyrannical taxi dispatcher Louie De Palma (winning an Emmy). This year he debuted on Broadway in Arthur Miller’s “The Price,” picking up a Tony nomination for best featured actor in a play.

CAROL KANE, 64, nabbed two Emmys as Latka’s wife, Simka. Kane is now killing it as wackadoodle landlady Lillian Kaushtupper on the hit Netflix comedy “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.” (Season 3 premiered May 19.)

MARILU HENNER, 65, who played cabbie Elaine Nardo, appeared last year on “Dancing With the Stars,” and co-stars in Hallmark’s Aurora Teagarden mystery movies (the latest premiered last week).

TONY DANZA, 66, who graduated from Malverne High School, played boxer-cabbie Tony Banta. Catch him as TV producer Fred de Cordova in “There’s . . . Johnny,” a fictional series by Paul Reiser about Johnny Carson’s “Tonight Show,” premiering on Seeso (NBC’s streaming comedy channel) this summer.

— Joseph V. Amodio