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Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment Inc. (Nasdaq: CSSE), one of the world’s largest ad-supported video-on-demand network (AVOD) operators, today announced upcoming content releases for Crackle for january.
The three main Crackle Plus streaming services, Crackle, Popcornflix and Chicken Soup for the Soul, are being rolled out to new distribution touchpoints on up to 41 platforms as AVOD or FAST channels. Crackle Plus streaming services are currently distributed through 60 touchpoints in the United States with previously announced plans to expand to over 80 touchpoints including Amazon FireTV, RokuTV, Apple TV, Smart TV (Samsung, LG, Vizio), game consoles (PS4 and Xbox One), Plex, iOS and Android mobile devices, and on desktop computers at Crackle.com. Crackle is also available in approximately 500,000 hotel rooms of the Marriott Bonvoy chain.
New Original AVOD Crackle
The Uncommon Story of Very Common Things Season 1, Part 2 (January 1stst), The Uncommon History of Very Common Things examines the unknown, sometimes shocking, often irreverent and always entertaining history of the everyday objects that make up our lives.
West Hollywood men (January 20e), Follow six well-known socialite men, along with their boyfriends and girlfriends, as they come together to form West Hollywood’s most dramatic and polarizing group of friends. Watch longtime relationships face their ultimate test, old adventures are rekindled, and new passions lead to intrigue, cheating and betrayal.
New AVOD Crackle Exclusive
mercy (January 1stst), The incredible story of amateur sailor Donald Crowhurst (Colin Firth) and his solo attempt to sail around the world. The struggles he faced on the trip as his family awaited his return present one of the most enduring mysteries of recent times.
New Crackle Channels For January
Sundance Selections (January 1stst), Classic films that already made their Sundance debut and will fuel your love for independent films. Notable titles like To crush (Andie MacDowell), Mandarin (Kitana Kiki Rodriguez), In the company of men (Aaron Eckhart), and Franc (Maggie Gyllenhaal).
Addictive reality (January 1stst), Tune in for irreverent laughs, drama and action with The Capones (Dominique Capone), Live the great Hollywood (Dexter Jackson), Murder in the family (Geraldo Rivera), and Flavor of love (Flava Flav).
A bunch of Bogart (Available only on Vizio on January 10e – January 16e), Prepare to immerse yourself in the glory of this American cinema legend in classics like Tokyo Joe (Florence Marly), Sahara (J. Carrol Naish), Dead Reckoning (Lizabeth Scott), and In a lonely place (Gloria Grahame).
Real people (January 1stst), This month, Crackle brings viewers real-life stories about real people. Walk around in their shoes watching titles like The Three Stooges (Larry good), Linda McCartney’s story (Élisabeth Mitchell), Lucy (Danny Pino), and Diane (Serena Scott Thomas).
Adrenaline fueled action (January 1stst), Prepare to grab the edge of your seat as you watch Blitz (Jason Statham), Crow (Burt Reynolds), In the white (Rupert Grint), and No luck (Wesley Snipes).
New Crackle Spotlight titles in January
The EX (January 1stst), When Sofia (Amanda peet) decides to be a stay-at-home mom, Tom (Zach braff) moved the family to Ohio to work for her stepfather. His new boss Chip (Jason bateman) has always carried the torch for Sofia since her high school years. Whenever Tom gains momentum in the business, Chip steps in and steals his thunder. Scams and sabotage abound, creating an atmosphere of fierce paranoia that could eventually threaten Tom and Sofia’s relationship.
Laurel & Hardy (January 1stst), The hilarious and legendary styles of two of the biggest names in the history of comedy. Go back to where it all began with this library of comedic works, some of which are not available anywhere else.
The little rascals (January 1stst), This collection contains many Little Rascals talking theater films in their entirety; fully remastered, restored and uncut. The collection covers the years 1929-1938 and is perfect for celebrating the 130th anniversary of the producer’s birth Hal roach. Children, with their fusion of innocence and mischief, can be natural comedians, and The Little Rascals plunders the exuberance of youth for all it’s worth. This short film series (aka Our Gang) is best known for a handful of glorious pixies: Spanky, the scheming ringleader; Alfalfa, the tender-hearted second in command; and Buckwheat, with his skeptical sidelong glances and big smiles.
The Dick Van Dyke Show (January 1st), One of the most famous television shows, “The Dick Van Dyke Show” follows the misadventures of comedy writer Rob Petrie. With the legendary Dick van dyke and winner of an Emmy Award Mary tyler moore.
Where the day takes you (January 1stst), This gripping drama starring Will smith (his first project after The prince of Bel-Air) examines the lives of runaway homeless teens struggling to survive on the streets of Hollywood. Drugs, prostitution and violence are rife, but these young people come together and form a new family – replacing the unbearable homes they fled.
Wild Things: rough diamonds (January 1stst), Two young women will stop at nothing to ensure one obtains a $ 4 million inheritance of two priceless diamonds, as two detectives attempt to thwart their plans but find complications abound.
The Librarian: Return to the Mines of King Solomon (January 1stst), Librarian turned adventurer Flynn Carsen (Noah wyle) tries to find King Solomon’s mines.
Iron chief (January 1stst), The beloved original series that started it all, “Iron Chef” is an innovative culinary competition series from Japan that combines the excitement of one-on-one athletic competition with gourmet cuisine.