Coming in the next year or so will be more original programs from Crackle, as Sony’s streaming service begins to expand its offerings.
Previously, “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” by Jerry Seinfeld, was its most successful original program, and it will be entering its sixth season this summer. It has had over 100 million streams of the show.
Crackle announced that Dennis Quaid will star in the streaming service’s first dramatic series, “The Art of More,” and “Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston will do voice-over work for a stop-motion animated show called, “SuperMansion.”
It will also premier the sequel to David Spade’s comedy, “Joe Dirt: Beautiful Loser,” on July 16.
They’ve also announced a new feature called, “Always On,” which will work more like linear television, where people can click on it through the Crackle app, to watch whatever’s on at that time.