Joel McHale, Sony Music Bring ‘Crashed’ Fan Series to Verizon’s go90

Gabby Douglas, Tinashe will surprise biggest supporters in new streaming series

Last Updated: February 1, 2017 @ 3:55 PM

Joel McHale and his Free Period Productions will team up with go90 and Sony Music Entertainment for a new series that handsomely rewards superfans.

“Crashed” will roll out its 10-episode first season this Thursday on the Verizon digital network. It’s described as a “surprise-and-delight” show that will see dedicated fans surprised by their heroes, and ordinary days transformed into adventures.

First-season “crashers” include singer-songwriter Tinashe, R&B star Ashanti, gold medalist Gabby Douglas and YouTube personality Joey Graceffa, among others.

“We’re excited to be partnering with Verizon, Joel McHale and Free Period Productions to bring ‘Crashed’ to go90 users,” said Lee Stimmel, Head of Original Content at Sony Music Entertainment. “Sony Music Originals is focused on expanding the relationships between artists and their audiences through original video content.”

go90 Chief Content Officer Ivana Kirkbride added, “Joel and Free Period have mastered a fun, innovative format with ‘Crashed’ that taps uniquely into the fandom of today’s top stars.”

McHale currently stars in the CBS sitcom “The Great Indoors.”


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