Sean Bean has signed on to play Tom Hammond in The Oath – a gritty, action-packed drama that explores the world of gangs made up of those sworn to protect and defend and sheds light on corrupt and secret societies that are nearly impossible to join.
For the first time, the complete run of Heroes and Heroes Reborn are available in the same place, at the same time – all 91 episodes of the 2006 hit and 2016 event series are now available for free streaming at Crackle.
Titanium Lex – the second season finale of Crackle’s superhero spoof series from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios (Robot Chicken) – finds The League of Freedom joining the Injustice Club to battle the Subtopian invasion.
The only weapon capable of stopping the Subtopians will kill whoever uses it – and Titanium Rex is about to take on the job.
SuperMansion: Titanum Lex is now streaming on Crackle.
Crackle has greenlighted the feature In the Cloud, which explores a tech company shrouded in secrecy as it develops software capable of uploading a person’s consciousness and memories to a virtual space regardless of location, time, and state of life—essentially, in the cloud.
Production will start in late summer, with casting to be announced ‘in the coming weeks.’
Crackle’s original drama series, Startup – which explores what happens when a brilliant, yet controversial tech idea gets incubated on the wrong side of the tracks by three strangers who don’t necessarily fit the mold of tech entrepreneurs – has two key cast additions for Season Two.
Ron Perlman joins the cast as Wes Chandler and Addision Timlin comes aboard as Chandler’s daughter, Mara.
Crackle’s original dram series Snatch has been picked up for a second season – with a unique Virtual Reality scenario to be created for PlayStation 4 VR this summer.
In the VR scenario, ‘the hustlers attempt to break into the safe of Sonny Castillo (Ed Westwick) and can choose to keep cracking the safe or leave the hideout before the cops and Castillo’s goons arrive on the scene.’ A more thorough description of the VR experience follows.
Crackle has greenlighted an original drama series called The Oath – about a different kind of subculture – gangs made up of those sworn to protect and defend. A more complete series description follows.
Executive Produced by Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson, the series was created by former Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Joe Halpin.