RESCUE ME, DISTRICT 9 Available This Month on Crackle
Crackle, the multi-platform entertainment network, today announced its monthly line-up of new and notable titles available across all platforms this November including movies, television series and original programming. This month, viewers can discover the third season of the critically acclaimed drama series "Rescue Me," joining the first two seasons, and sci-fi feature film DISTRICT 9, available for its final month, all at no cost to viewers.
Along with "Rescue Me" and DISTRICT 9, Crackle's editors have selected several unique titles for viewers this November including movies BOYZ N' THE HOOD, THE EXORCISM OF Emily Rose, along with popular television series like "Married… With Children," and more. Crackle is also home to an acclaimed portfolio of original online content including the long-form anthology series "The Unknown," the intimate music variety series "From The Basement," and the hilarious "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" Featuring Jerry Seinfeld with comedians Larry David, Ricky Gervais, Alec Baldwin and more.
Crackle is the only service offering hundreds of TV series and Hollywood movies full-length, unedited, on demand and 100% free across multiple platforms and services. Watch Crackle programming now on www.crackle.com.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE MONTH:
"Rescue Me" stars Denis Leary as a veteran fireman in post-9/11 New York City - an Emmy® and Golden Globe® -nominated series that concluded in 2011. Now streaming the first three seasons of the series, Crackle is the first multi-platform network that will present the entire "Rescue Me" free to viewers as seasons will continue rolling out through March 2013.
November is the last month to watch feature films BOYZ N' THE HOOD, DISTRICT 9, THE EXORCISM OF Emily Rose and Mary Shelley'S FRANKENSTEIN, among other titles. Recently added titles and relights for the month include THE VIRGINITY HIT, BABY BOY, BOTTLE ROCKET, DRAGON WARS, THE FIFTH ELEMENT, and more.
View Crackle's acclaimed portfolio of original content including the long-form anthology series "The Unknown," starring Dominic Monaghan; "From The Basement," a highly lauded music series from Grammy-winning record producer Nigel Godrich featuring intimate performances from celebrated artists including Foster The People, The Shins and Feist; and Jerry Seinfeld's new comedy series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" featuring comedians Larry David, Ricky Gervais, Alec Baldwin and more.
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