Adding to Netflix's already impressive collection of high-profile comedy specials, Jerry Seinfeld's popular web interview series will be shifting away from Sony's Crackle streaming service at the end of the year.
Crackle's original series StartUp has gotten an official launch date. The drama, which stars Adam Brody and Martin Freeman, delves into the world of financial startups, wealthy financiers, crooked cops, and gangs.
Martin Freeman and Adam Brody have been tapped to star in an upcoming hour drama on Sony's Crackle streaming service called Start Up, which follows three men who get caught up in a controversial tech idea.
Although not a comedian by profession, President Obama will guest star in the season seven premiere of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Host Jerry Seinfeld will stop by the White House to hang out with the POTUS.
Crackle, quickly becoming the best-kept secret in streaming video, has a solid selection of free-to-stream movies, but if you're not looking to make a two-hour commitment, try one of these great TV shows instead.
The first trailer for Dead Rising: Watchtower has arrived, and the footage from the upcoming feature-length film based on Capcom's wildly successful video game series is packed with all manner of gore, mayhem, and the dark humor that…