We’re just one day away from September 2020, and that means new content on its way to Crackle. Crackle is a free ad-supported streaming service available on a variety of devices, from Smart TVs to smartphones. With summer in full swing, it’s time to see what’s happening in September 2020.
Our Lights, Camera, Crackle series continues for September 2020 as we take a look at what you can stream for free on this very fantastic service. As a reminder, Plex users can now access the Crackle library through their Plex service alongside some of Plex’s incredible offerings.
New Crackle Originals September 2020
Spides (September 17th)
The Crackle original series Spides is an eight-episode sci-fi series following a murder investigation that somehow takes a darker than the police expect. A club drug known as “Blis” has hit the streets and is resulting in disappearances, violence, death, and possibly something even worse. Trail the investigators as they enter a perilous underground world of criminals, synthetic narcotics, and psychic phenomena. We hope you’re comfortable on the edge of your seat because you’re in for a wild ride!
New Crackle AVOD Exclusives in September
Corporate Animals (Feature) (September 1st)
In this hilarious dark Crackle exclusive, Demi Moore plays a self-obsessed CEO of an edible flatware startup. Looking to raise the bar in the organization she takes her corporate crew on a team-building excursion led by the wonderfully inept Ed Helms. All goes according to plan until a cave-in traps everyone far below ground and even further from any hope of rescue. As hunger becomes their constant companion, this edible startup wonders what (or who) they’ll have to eat next.
Metro Sexual (Series) (September 1st)
Hilarious Australian sit-com gives you a peek behind the doctor’s curtain at a small local sexual health clinic and their wacky employees. Uncomfortable doctor visits have never been so funny!
Blue Iguana (Feature) (September 1st)
When two ex-cons working dead-end jobs in a greasy spoon diner get the capre of a lifetime dropped into their laps, comedy quickly ensues. Sam Rockwell (Jojo Rabbit, The One and Only Ivan) and Ben Schwartz (Space Force, Parks and Recreation), lead the crew chasing the most sought-after diamond, the Blue Iguana, as you hold your sides and try to keep up!
New Channels Coming to Crackle in September
Emmy Winners Channel (Launching September 17th)
Kick back and walk through television history with some of the greatest Emmy winners in the entertainment industry like Tina Fey, and the casts of TV classics All in the Family, The Carol Burnett Show, and Barney Miller.
Crime Time (Launching September 1st)
The channel created for armchair detectives everywhere! Get your sleuthing skills on with great shows such as the classic Unsolved Mysteries, as well as Forensic Files, Psychic Investigators, and features like An American Crime.
Trapped Channel (Launching September 1st)
Feeling trapped? Find a little freedom with a channel that delivers titles like the hilariously dark Corporate Animals, action-packed 10 Cloverfield Lane, zombie classic Train To Busan, and beautifully bizarre Dave Made a Maze!
Because Aliens Channel (Launching September 17th)
Sometimes a strange time calls for a strange channel! Check out the sci-fi excellence of the Crackle Original series, Spides, the classic My Favorite Martian, and features like Alien Hunter and Starship Troopers: Invasion!
Sam, Snakes, and Planes Channel (Launching September 1st)
Join us in celebrating all things snakes, planes, and Sam Jackson with titles like Changing Lanes, Black Snake Moan, the series Pan Am, and hyper-reptilian feature, Anacondas: Trail of Blood.
New Crackle Spotlight Titles in September
White House Down (September 1st)
While touring the White House a D.C. police officer (Channing Tatum) has to battle terrorists in order to save not only his daughter, but also the President (Jamie Foxx) from certain destruction.
Dead Man Down (September 1st)
A mobster’s lieutenant (Colin Farrell) is helped by a woman (Noomi Rapace) who seeks revenge on the man who permanently scarred not only her face, but her entire life.
Stealth (September 1st)
Three pilots (Jamie Foxx, Jessica Biel, and Josh Lucas) deep in a hush-hush government program must use all their skill and brains to outthink an AI computer program that is dead-set on starting World War III.
The International (September 1st)
An Interpol agent (Clive Owen) and an American District Attorney (Naomi Watts) risk their lives to battle an international banking conglomerate and bring their illegal arms dealing to the world stage.
Wind Chill (September 1st)
When two college students (Emily Blunt and Ashton Holmes) heading home for Winter Break encounter a snowstorm and a wrong turn, the weather ends up being the least of their terrifying problems as the past truly comes back to haunt them.
Hard Rain (September 1st)
A star-studded cast tells the story of the nephew of an armored-car driver (Christian Slater) who, during a flood, battles a gang of thugs led by Morgan Freeman to keep three-million dollars from flowing into their hands.
Additional New Movies in September
- 12 Round Gun
- 13 Ghosts
- Above Ground Level: Dubfire
- All We Had
- Another You
- Army Of Frankensteins
- Bat 21
- Beneath The Harvest Sky
- Blue Iguana
- Breakable You
- Creature With The Atom Brain
- Da Sweet Blood Of Jesus
- Dave Made A Maze
- Don’t Knock the Rock
- Dying Laughing
- First To The Moon
- I’m Not Here
- Jonestown: Paradise Lost
- Killer Bees
- Lake Placid 2
- Moon Man
- Mr. Sardonicus
- Saving Jaws
- Starship Troopers 3: Marauder
- Starship Troopers: Invasion
- Sunlight Jr.
- The Damned United
- To Sleep With Anger
- U Want Me 2 Kill Him?
- Wind Chill
Additional New TV Shows in September
- Backlot (Season 1, Episodes 1-49)
- Backlot (Season 2, Episodes 50-52)
- Father Knows Best (Season 2, Episodes 1-37)
- Grand Designs (Season 11, Episodes 1-9)
- Grand Designs (Season 12, Episodes 1-7)
- Psychic Investigators (Season 2, Episodes 1-15)
- The Carol Burnett Show (Season 1, Episodes 1-31)
- The Goode Family (Season 1, Episodes 1-13)
- Thunderbirds (Season 1, Episodes 1-32)
- Urban Legends (Season 1, Episodes 1-15)
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