CRACKLE ANNOUNCES SEASON THREE PICKUP OF EMMY-NOMINATED "SUPERMANSION," AND GREENLIGHTS ALL-NEW SPECIALS
New York, April 19, 2017 -- Crackle executives announced at their upfront presentation today that "SuperMansion," the Emmy-nominated, stop motion-animated comedy series from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, will return for a third season in 2018 and will go into production on two all-new specials, debuting this fall and early next year.
"SuperMansion has delivered for Crackle on every metric," noted Eric Berger, Crackle, GM and EVP, Digital, Sony Pictures Television Networks. "Critics love it, fans pine for it and the list of talent who want to appear in this series just goes on and on." He added: "We are so pleased to greenlight a new season of this wildly popular show and look forward to working closely with SuperMansion's stellar production duo, Zeb Wells and Matthew Senreich, and of course, Bryan Cranston, to create more laugh out loud content for Crackle viewers."
"It's been an incredible ride creating SuperMansion with the team at Crackle," said co-creator Zeb Wells. "We can't wait to bring these imperfect heroes back for more fun at the mansion."
Called "smart and deliriously unpredictable" by the New York Times and "uproariously funny" by Collider, the series follows the adventures of Titanium Rex (voiced by Bryan Cranston, also the series' executive producer) as he struggles to live with and fight alongside the Millennial-aged, often lackadaisical members of The League of Freedom. Season two voiceover stars included Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad"), Keegan-Michael Key ("Key & Peele"), Chris Pine ("Star Trek"), Jillian Bell (22 Jump Street), Yvette Nicole Brown ("Community"), Heidi Gardner (The Groundlings), Tucker Gilmore (Frozen), and Zeb Wells ("Robot Chicken").
"SuperMansion" is created by Matthew Senreich ("Robot Chicken") and Zeb Wells (The Amazing Spider-Man, "Robot Chicken"), who also act as executive producers under their production company Stoopid Buddy Stoodios alongside Seth Green, John Harvatine IV and Eric Towner. Bryan Cranston and James Degus also serve as executive producers under their production banner Moon Shot Entertainment.