A number of pretty big TV stars have projects in the works that you may or may not have heard about. You probably know about Jerry Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” but the same streaming network that just announced plans for season seven of that show, Crackle, also has a few other heavyweights in its programming lineup.
Former “Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston, for example, executive produces and stars as the voice of Titanium Rex, leader of the League of Freedom, in Crackle’s stop-motion animated comedy “SuperMansion.” The network just announced plans to roll out the first three episodes Thursday, Oct. 8, with the 13-episode first season running through Dec. 17.
Keegan-Michael Key, fresh off the successful run of “Key and Peele” on Comedy Central, is also one of the voices in the “SuperMansion” cast, along with Seth Green, Jillian Bell and Chris Pine, with the network hinting at a few A-list guest stars.
Dennis Quaid, Cary Elwes, Christian Cooke and Kate Bosworth lead the cast of “The Art of More,” Crackle’s first scripted one-hour drama, with the 10-episode first season set to launch Thursday, Nov. 19. Season seven of Seinfeld’s “Getting Coffee” series rolls out Jan. 6, 2016, with six new episodes on tap.
Emmy-winning sportscaster Dan Patrick hosts the network’s “Sports Jeopardy!,” billed as the only streaming game show on television. Season two launches Wednesday, Sept. 23.