Chosen S3 Premieres Today on Crackle, Exclusively on PlayStation

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1w ago - Sony Brand Marketing Manager of Emerging Platforms Jamaal Moore revealed that Chosen S3 premieres today on Crackle, and is exclusively available on PlayStation platforms!

To quote: Premiering today exclusively for PlayStation owners, Crackle's original psychological thriller TV series, "Chosen," starring Chad Michael Murray ("One Tree Hill") and Rose McGowan ("Charmed") returns for its third season.

PlayStation fans now have early access to all six episodes on PS4, PS3 and PS Vita before Chosen premieres on Crackle on April 15.

Chosen follows the Mitchell Family and Jacob Orr, who are transformed into unwilling assassins when they receive mysterious boxes forcing them to kill marked targets. PlayStation fans can watch the third season first in the Crackle app.

Crackle can be found in the app section in PlayStation Store on your PS4, PS3 and PS Vita.
 

Sony PSN Video Store Update: Crackle Now Available, Free Movies

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55w ago - Sony Video Marketing Assistant Laure Casteran has announced that Crackle is now available through the PSN Video Store with free movies!

Below are the details, as follows: This week, I would like to share with you a Video Store update.

Crackle is now available on PlayStation Store (UK only). Watch free movies on PlayStation Store.

Crackle delivers full-length, uncut Hollywood movies and TV series - all free and on demand. Crackle provides hundreds of movies and TV episodes in the genres you crave: Action, comedy, crime, anime, horror, music, thriller and sci-fi. For more info, please visit www.crackle.com.

Here Comes the Boom

Former collegiate wrestler Scott Voss (Kevin James) is a 42-year-old, apathetic high school teacher. When budget cutbacks threaten to cancel some of the school's programs and lay off its music teacher (Henry Winkler), Scott creates a scheme to raise money by moonlighting as a mixed martial arts fighter.

Available from 4th April in Australia to rent or buy, priced from $5.99/$19.99. Available now in the UK to rent or buy, priced from £3.99/£11.99.

All titles available from PlayStation Store in glorious 1080p HD! Enjoy!
 

Crackle Video Streaming Service Heads to PlayStation 3 for Free

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159w ago - Today it was announced that Sony's TV and movie video streaming service Crackle is heading to the PlayStation 3 console for free.

PS3 owners will find Crackle via the built-in Web browser, and the homepage will have a direct link available.

To quote from GamesRadar.com (linked above): Crackle, an ad-supported video streaming service that just so happens to be owned by Sony Pictures, announced a sweeping expansion today.

It's now available on numerous devices including Sony Blu-ray players and TVs, as well as Roku boxes and, of course, the PS3.

Crackle works like Hulu, but it has a stronger focus on movies, with hundreds of films available, as well as original programming.

Among the studios supporting Crackle are Columbia Pictures, TriStar Pictures, Screen Gems, and Sony Pictures Classics. Incidentally, those are all Sony Pictures studios. The company says it adds 20 new titles per month.
 

Sony's Crackle.com to Beef Up Online Video Content

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282w ago - A Sony-owned online video entertainment site is expected to unveil its latest season of Internet programs on Monday, as the media giant moves to beef up its online entertainment content.

Crackle.com, which Sony bought in 2006 when it was known as Grouper, will showcase shows that include sketch comedy by "The Groundlings" and Anytime with Bob Kushell, a 5-minute talk show hosted by a Hollywood writer, Reuters reported Sunday.

Crackle has adopted the television practice of rolling out new programming in seasons instead of rolling out episodes when they are completed. Crackle's season begins December 1, according to the report.

The six new shows, which will often be no longer than 5 minutes long, will apply the same production techniques used in TV and films, Reuters reported.

"Just because it has higher production values doesn't mean we're trying to mirror movies and TV," Eric Berger, a Sony executive in charge of Crackle, told Reuters.

Other shows include The Jace Hall Show, which will focus on video games, and Owen Benjamin Presents, which will focus on comedic how-to segments, Reuters said.

In August, Sony Pictures Television signed a distribution deal with pioneering Web series Rocketboom, in which Sony will handle all distribution...
 







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