Crackle’s latest original series Sequestered has subverted nearly every expectation one might have for an online streaming thriller, and by doing so has established itself as a breezily suspenseful trip through the conspiracy-soaked aftermath of a well-publicized murder. And at only 22 minutes per episode, there's never a dull moment.
What better day to celebrate the approaching return of Jerry Seinfeld’s comedian-focused Crackle series Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee than on this December 23, the day die-hard Seinfeld fans will recognize as Festivus… for the rest of us! The new trailer has been making the rounds may not include any feats of strength, or airings of grievances, but it does give us a look at the celebrities and comedy in store for the new season.
It’s usually a good sign when a series is renewed before its latest season has debuted. Such is the case for Showtime’s Episodes, which was just picked up for Season 4 this week, and Crackle has given similar treatment to digital series Chosen, their thrilling action-adventure series, which airs on the multi-platinum entertainment network.
The second season of Jerry Seinfeld's webseries Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee premiered today and has the stand-up comedian and TV star returning to his vehicles to chat it up with fellow comedians and talk about cars and coffee.
Chosen has been chosen for a second season at Crackle. The multi-platform entertainment network debuted Milo Ventimiglia's suspenseful new series earlier this year. The first season followed Ventimiglia's character Ian, a husband, father and attorney who receives a mysterious box with a photo of a person in it and instructions to kill that stranger at some point within the next three days. His life is soon turned upside down as he's caught in a violent and mysterious web as he tries to survive and keep his family safe.
Crackle will debut the first of six half-hour episodes of their new action-drama series Chosen, or "Ch:os:en" as the title card will tell you. This exciting new series is executive produced by and stars Heroes' Milo Ventimiglia as a guy who's thrust into a mysterious and violent cat and mouse assassination "game" that puts his life and the life of his family in danger.
Crackle’s new horror anthology has picked up a narrator, and it will be none other than Merry Brandybuck; that is, Dominic Monaghan, who will always be Merry to me. The latest in a surge of non-tradional network-based original programming will be a series of stand-alone episodes, with some names you’ll recognize already attached to star in the episodes.