Today, fans worldwide can tune-in to the premiere episode of ‘CRASHED’ from Sony Music Originals and executive producer, Joel McHale. ‘Crashed’ will air every Thursday on go90 through April 6. Crashed is a 10-episode series that documents what happens when unsuspecting fans are nominated by their friends and family to have their favorite celebrities in music, sports and comedy “crash” their otherwise normal day and turn it into an unforgettable experience. Celebrity crashers include the girls from Dance Moms, singer, songwriter Tinashe, American gold medalist Gabby Douglas, rock band All Time Low, singer Ashanti, and more.
Honestly this is one of those shows that I think is going to be solid. It’s completely under the radar. And personally when something has Joel McHale attached to it I tend to tune in.
Here’s a link to the premiere episode and here’s the full schedule
- February 2: Dance Moms
- February 9: All Time Low
- February 16: Tinashe
- February 23: Ricky Dillon
- March 2: Ashanti
- March 9: Meg DeAngelis
- March 16: Joey Graceffa
- March 23: Tim Delaghetto
- March 30: Gabby Douglas
- April 6: Johnny Orlando
Here’s the official press release
go90 and Sony Music Entertainment today announced new original series “Crashed”, a surprise-and-delight show created in partnership with Joel McHale’s Free Period Productions. The 10-episode series premieres exclusively on go90 on February 2, 2017.
“Crashed” documents what happens when unsuspecting fans are nominated by their friends and family to have their favorite celebrities in music, sports and comedy “crash” their otherwise normal day and turn it into an unforgettable experience. Celebrity crashers include the likes of singer, songwriter Tinashe, American rock band All Time Low, American gold medalist Gabby Douglas, YouTube personality Joey Graceffa and more.
“I’m thrilled to be partnered with go90 and Sony Music Originals to bring you ‘Crashed,’ which has nothing to do with what happens to you after you have 12 Sugar Daddies,” said series producer, Joel McHale.
“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, and ‘Crashed’ allows them to do that in memorable and amusing ways by creating fun, unexpected intersections between stars and fans. We think it’s a format that viewers will really enjoy.”
“Joel and Free Period have mastered a fun, innovative format with ‘Crashed’ that taps uniquely into the fandom of today’s top stars,” said Ivana Kirkbride, Chief Content Officer at go90. “We’re thrilled that our audience and fans alike will get to watch Tinashe, Gabby Douglas, Joey Graceffa and others in our second original series from Sony Music Entertainment.”