Crackle Just Released an Early Look at Their New Original Show “StartUp”




StartupCrackle yesterday released an early look of their new original show StartUp on Reddit’s /r/CordCutters. The early look is the compete first episode of the new show.

From the description:

StartUp Episode 1: “Genesis”

Izzy Morales (Otmara Marrero) begins her quest to build GenCoin, a revolutionary cryptocurrency. Loan officer Nick Talman (Adam Brody) is tasked by his estranged father, Andy (Carl Weintraub), to hide some questionable funds — which Nick then uses to partner with Izzy. Ronald Dacey (Edi Gathegi) deals with the perils of the streets while making a concerning discovery about his gang’s money. Meanwhile, FBI Financial Crimes Agent Phil Rask (Martin Freeman) comes looking for Andy Talman.


“I think there’s room in the market for a lot of players. There’s no one silver bullet solution, but as people start to create their own new bundle of streaming services, there is room for high quality content that is free,” said Eric Berger, exec VP of digital for Sony.

You can find the early look at the first episode on Reddit’s /r/CordCutters. (A subreddit that I mod.)

StartUp hits Crackle September 6th 2016.

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