After defeating Zenith’s (Yvette Nicole Brown) evil Uncle Ridan (Taran Killiam), the League finds themselves trapped in a dystopian future, but when they escape back to our time, they discover they’ve been gone six months…and Dr. Devizo (Chris Pine) and his Injustice Club has replaced them as the League of Freedom!
Crackle’s Emmy-nominated animated series SuperMansion returns for its third season on Thursday, October 4th – and will be at New York Comic Con for a panel the same day.
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.
Stop motion animated series SuperMasion is about to make its network debut. The superhero satire – from the team behind Robot Chicken – will premiere season one on Adult Swim on Sunday, January 1st (Midnight/11C).
Crackle has set the premiere date for its new drama series The Art of More – set in the surprisingly vicious world of auctions and organized art theft/smuggling. The series stars Christian Cooke as Graham Connor, a blue collar lad with big ambitions who uses connections from his time as a soldier in Iraq to gain entry into this world – but finds it’s not easy to stay there.
The Art of More also stars Kate Bosworth, Dennis Quaid and Cary Elwes. The series will premiere its first three episodes on November 19th and then roll out the season’s remaining episodes on a weekly basis.
Crackle also announced premiere dates for its first stop action animated series, Supermansion (a superhero comedy from Stoopid Monkey Stoodios), Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee (Jerry Seinfeld’s mobile comics’ talk show) and Sports Jeopardy. For details, follow the jump.