One thing’s for sure, your January 2022 won’t be without new content to stream. Crackle is adding five new channels to its free lineup, including a dedicated Sundance Film Festival channel, a Reality channel, and more.
Plus it’s getting in a variety of classic TV shows you can make your way through for nostalgia’s sake, like The Dick Van Dyke Show, Laurel & Hardy, and The Little Rascals. Talk about a throwback!
New Channels Coming to Crackle in October
Calling all film hipsters, the Crackle team just added classic flicks that once debuted at the festival and will fuel your love for independent movies. Get your cinematic festival binge on with such notable titles as Crush (Andie MacDowell), Tangerine (Kitana Kiki Rodriguez), In the Company of Men (Aaron Eckhart), and Frank (Maggie Gyllenhaal).
The reality of these shows will have you asking just how addictive they can become as the umpteenth episode goes flying by! Tune in for irreverent laughs, drama, and action with The Capones (Dominic Capone), Living Large Hollywood (Dexter Jackson), Murder in the Family (Geraldo Rivera), and Flavor of Love (Flava Flav).
The Bevy Bogart(available only on Vizio 1/10-1/16)
The Crackle team wants to reacquaint you with the quintessential American cinematic idol, Humphrey Bogart. Get ready to bathe in the glory of this American film legend in classics like Tokyo Joe (Florence Marly), Sahara (J. Carrol Naish), Dead Reckoning (Lizabeth Scott), and In a Lonely Place (Gloria Grahame).
This month Crackle is bringing you real life stories about real life people. Take a walk in their shoes as you watch titles like The Three Stooges (Larry Fine), The Linda McCartney Story (Elizabeth Mitchell), Lucy (Danny Pino), and Diana (Serena Scott Thomas).
Adrenaline Fueled Action
Kick start the new year with intensity and action-fueled films that will trigger your fight or flight! Get ready to grip the edge of your seat as you watch Blitz (Jason Statham), Raven (Burt Reynolds), Into the White (Rupert Grint), and Hard Luck (Wesley Snipes)
Crackle Spotlight Titles in October
When Sofia (Amanda Peet) decides to be a stay-at-home mom, Tom (Zach Braff) moves the family to Ohio to work for his father-in-law. His new boss Chip (Jason Bateman) happens to still carry a torch for Sofia from their high school days. Each time Tom gains some ground at the firm, Chip wheels in and steals his thunder. Dirty tricks and sabotage abound creating an atmosphere of fierce paranoia that eventually may threaten Tom and Sofia’s relationship.
Laurel & Hardy
The hilariously legendary stylings of two of the greatest names in the history of comedy. Get back to where it all began with this comedic library of work, some of which is not available anywhere else.
The Little Rascals
This collection contains many of the Little Rascals theatrical talkies in their entirety; fully Remastered, Restored and Uncut. The collection spans the years of 1929-1938 and is perfect to celebrate on the 130th anniversary of the birth of producer Hal Roach. Children, with their fusion of innocence and mischief, can be natural comedians, and The Little Rascals plunders youthful exuberance for all it’s worth. This series of short films (a.k.a. Our Gang) is most famous for a handful of glorious imps: Spanky, the scheming ringleader; Alfalfa, the softhearted second-in-command; and Buckwheat, with his skeptical sideways looks and big smiles.
The Dick Van Dyke Show
One of television’s most celebrated shows, “The Dick Van Dyke Show” follows the misadventures of comedy writer Rob Petrie. Starring the legendary Dick Van Dyke and Emmy Award winner Mary Tyler Moore.
Where the Day Takes You
This gripping drama starring Will Smith (his first project after The Fresh Prince of Bel Air) examines the lives of homeless runaway teenagers struggling to survive on the streets of Hollywood. Drugs, prostitution and violence are daily fare, but these youngsters pull together and form a new family — replacing the unbearable homes they’ve fled.
Wild Things: Diamonds in the Rough
Two young women will stop at nothing for one to gain a $4 million inheritance of two priceless diamonds, while two detectives try to thwart their plans, but find complications abound.
The Librarian: Return to King Solomon’s Mines
Librarian-turned-adventurer Flynn Carsen (Noah Wyle) endeavors to find King Solomon’s mines. Also starring Bob Newhart and Gabrielle Anwar.
The original beloved series that started it all, “Iron Chef” is an innovative cooking competition series from Japan combining the excitement of a one-on-one sports competition with gourmet cooking.
Other Spotlight Titles:
Additional New Movies in December
2 Days In New York
84 Charing Cross Road
And So They Were Married
Anna Karenina (1985)
The Big Gundown
The Book Of Love
The Brooke Ellison Story
Burnt By The Sun
Cocaine Cowboys: Reloaded
Cold Comes The Night
Crazy In Alabama
The Deadly Affair
Don’t Raise The Bridge, Lower The River
Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde 
Eleanor, First Lady Of The World
Fail Safe (1964)
Falling From Grace
Forensic Files: A Special Tribute
Fortress 2: Re-Entry
Additional New T.V. Shows in December
Barney Miller (Season 5, 24 episodes)
Barney Miller (Season 6, 25 episodes)
Benson (Season 3, 23 episodes)
Betty White’s Pet Set (Season 1, 39 episodes)
BVB 09 Stories – Who We Are (Season 1, 10 episodes)
Charlie’s Angels (1976) (Season 1, 22 episodes)
Doctor Finlay (Season 1, 6 episodes)
Doctor Finlay (Season 2, 6 episodes)
Doctor Finlay (Season 3, 7 episodes)
Doctor Finlay (Season 4, 8 episodes)
Dream Car Garage (Season 8, 13 episodes)
Dream Car Garage (Season 9, 13 episodes)
Dream Car Garage (Season 10, 13 episodes)
Grace Under Fire (Season 1, 22 episodes)
Grace Under Fire (Season 2, 26 episodes)
Hazel (Season 3, 31 episodes)
Hearts Afire (Season 1, 24 episodes)
Hopalong Cassidy: The Television Series (Season 1, 26 episodes)
Hopalong Cassidy: The Television Series (Season 2, 26 episodes)
Houston Knights (Season 1, 2 episodes)
Houston Knights (Season 2, 14 episodes)
It’s Your Move (Season 1, 6 episodes)
Jackie Chan Adventures (Season 5, 13 episodes)
Ladies Man (Season 1, 7 episodes)
Ladies Man (Season 2, 6 episodes)
Magical Legend of the Leprechauns, The – Miniseries (2 episodes)
Marry Me (2014) (Season 1, 18 episodes)
Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer (Season 3, 9 episodes)
My Boys (Season 1, 22 episodes)
My Two Dads (Season 1, 22 episodes)
NewsRadio (Season 3, 24 episodes)
NewsRadio (Season 4, 22 episodes)
Primal Grill (Season 3, 13 episodes)
Snow Queen – Mini Series (2 episodes)
Soap (Season 3, 23 episodes)
The Partridge Family (1970s series) (Season 3, 25 episodes)
The Partridge Family (1970s series) (Season 4, 22 episodes)
T.J. Hooker (Season 5, 17 episodes)
The Adventures of Jim Bowie (Season 1, 38 episodes)
The Dick Van Dyke Show (Season 1, 30 episodes)
The Dick Van Dyke Show (Season 2, 32 episodes)
The Dick Van Dyke Show (Season 3, 32 episodes)
The Dick Van Dyke Show (Season 4, 32 episodes)
The Dick Van Dyke Show (Season 5, 32 episodes)
The Uncommon History of Very Common Things (Season 1, 5 episodes)
The Wedding Planners (Season 1, 8 episodes)
V.I.P. (Season 4, 21 episodes)Worst Case Scenario (Season 1, 13 episodes)