The network will launch the 50 Cent-exec produced drama on its digital service My5 as part of a strategy of bolstering the VOD platform with first-run exclusives.
The Oath, which has been renewed for a second season by Crackle, was created by Joe Halpin (Hawaii Five-0) and explores a world of gangs made up of those sworn to protect and defend. It sheds light on corrupt and secret societies that are nearly impossible to join—only a select few make the cut—but once inside, members will do what they must to protect each other from enemies on the outside and from within their own ranks.
It stars Sean Bean, Ryan Kwanten, also a producer, Cory Hardrict, Katrina Law, Arlen Escarpeta and J.J. Soria. Rounding out the ensemble cast are: Elisabeth Röhm,
A Sony Crackle crime drama, The Oath stars Ryan Kwanten, Katrina Law, Cory Hardrict, J.J. Soria, Arlen Escarpeta, Sean Bean, Christina Milian, Michael Malarkey, Eve Mauro, Kwame Patterson, Linda Purl, and Elisabeth Röhm. The series centers on The Ravens, a gang of corrupt cops who must accept an FBI mole into their ranks, in order to avoid prison.
Is Steve Hammond still in control of The Ravens? Has The Oath TV show been cancelled or renewed for a third season on Crackle? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Oath, season three. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?
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A Sony Crackle crime drama, The Oath stars Ryan Kwanten, Katrina Law, Cory Hardrict, J.J. Soria, Arlen Escarpeta, Sean Bean, Christina Milian, Michael Malarkey, Eve Mauro, Kwame Patterson, Linda Purl, and Elisabeth Röhm. The series centers on The Ravens, a gang of corrupt cops who must accept an FBI mole into their ranks, in order to avoid prison. Read More…
Episodes: Ongoing (hour).
TV show dates: March 8, 2018 — present.
Series status: Has not been cancelled.
Performers include: Ryan Kwanten, Katrina Law, Cory Hardrict, J.J. Soria, Arlen Escarpeta, Sean Bean, Christina Milian, Michael Malarkey, Eve Mauro, Kwame Patterson, Linda Purl, and Elisabeth Röhm.
TV show description:
From creator Joe Halpin, The Oath TV show is contemporary crime drama centering on a gang called The Ravens -- made up of corrupt police officers. When Ravens leader Tom Hammond (Bean) is imprisoned, his son, Steve (Kwanten), takes the helm.
Steve's tenure in the top slot is complicated by the fact he has made a deal with Agent Aria Price (Röhm) to accept an undercover agent, Damon Byrd (Escarpeta), into
Horror icon Bill Moseley returns to star as the creepy killer clown Crepitus. Trust us when we say Pennywise has got nothing on this hell spawn. The world premiere for Crepitus has been set for the Spooky Empire Film Festival in Orlando, Florida. Things kick off this Friday, October 26. In celebration of Crepitus' big coming out party, producers behind the movie have released a new festival trailer, which arrives just in time for Halloween.
Crepitus gives Bill Moseley another wicked leading
Law and her fellow Oath star Cory Hardrict recently sat down for an episode of Deadline’s Next Generation TV video series to talk about their crime drama, which was just renewed for a second season on the streaming service. Sony Crackle says it is the platform’s most-watched new original series ever.
The series is made up of 10 hour-long episodes and immerses us in the underbelly of the justice system in a fictional American metropolis. “The Oath” tells the story of the officers who, although have sworn to serve and protect us, have taken advantage of their authority by participating in illegal activity. The corrupt members must now protect each other as their loyalty measures up to gang status, inside and outside of prison.
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“The Oath” was created by former Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Joe Halpin, who worked undercover for 12 years.
Haynze Whitmore directs Bill Moseley as Crepitus. The movie is coming from indie studio Ginger Knight Entertainment, and it is in the final stages of post-production. Our enemies at Bloody Disgusting have the exclusive new trailer. And it's a blood-soaked doozy that will leave you shivering and screaming.
Crepitus is expected to arrive sometime during the Fall season, and might even hit theaters and VOD in time to enjoy some Halloween attention. Because if there is one thing this Halloween needs, it's definitely another creepy clown.
I've been following the buzz about the upcoming horror film Crepitus via the Twitter account of young actress Chalet Brannan who stars as Sam in the film.
As details slowly begin to surface about the movie starring horror veteran Bill Moseley, an interesting contest for the film has reared its head.
Ginger Knight Entertainment is holding a contest that will allow four people to have a photo of themselves (from the age of ten) include in a sinister family album that is featured in the film Crepitus.
To enter the contest, click the link here, and read all the details about Crepitus below.
From The Press Release
Ginger Knight entertainment has recently finished filming one of two shoots for Crepitus, starring Bill Moseley (Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, House of 1000 Corpses and Devil's rejects, Repo! The Generic Opera, Army of Darkness), directed by Haynze Whitmore. This is
“Seventeen year old Elizabeth and her younger sister Sam are thrust into circumstances more terrifying than life with their abusive, drunken mother when they are forced to move into their deceased Grandfather’s house. Frightened beyond belief, they are forced to learn horrible things about their family history. Never mind the ghosts in the house, there is something far worse that takes an interest in them… a cannibalistic clown named Crepitus.”
Crepitus is set for release on October 15th.
Directed by John Lyde.
Starring Dolph Lundgren, Matthew Reese, Danielle Chuchran, Eve Mauro and Chuck Liddell.
Copper Jack Stone purposefully orchestrates a bank robbery in order to be thrown into prison with the notorious Russian kingpin Balam. Balam is more than just a mob criminal; he’s a very cunning and dangerous crime lord who controls the police force from behind bars. However, even surrounded by his loyal henchmen and guards in his sectioned off fortress, Balam doesn’t know Jack is coming for him to avenge his family, who Balam murdered in cold blood.
The latest Dolph Lundgren special hits DVD and seemingly not too long after the last. These Lundgren opuses are appearing with regularity and for the most part have been utterly dreadful. Skin Trade, whilst fairly routine was a bright spot in recent years, but films like War Pigs, 4GOT10 and a load of
It is the year 2037. Our world is dying, slowly, from a virus that has rendered mankind infertile. Not a single child has been born in 25 years. Governments are now powerless puppets for the biggest corporations and Biocorp, the world’s biggest, keeps promising a cure that never comes. A pair of scientists (Michael Copon and Simon Phillips) attempting to create the world first teleporter manage to create something even more powerful: time machines. They travel back to 2017 in order to change the events of their past and prevent the virus from ever taking hold. But their actions have unintended consequences, with the butterfly effect taking hold. As their
The series, with British director Paul Tanter behind the camera, stars Michael Copon and Sheena Colette as a pair of scientists who "stumble upon time travel and the opportunity to change their fate, but all is not certain as changes they make in the past have unforeseen life threatening consequences in their future." Basically, it's Children of Men with time travel.
Along with Copon and Colette, the show also stars Eve Mauro, Leo Goodman, Peter Woodward, Al Sapienza, Jason Faunt, Leslie Lopez and Michael M [Continued ...]
You’d have to be living under a rock not to have experienced the ubiquitous hype surrounding the recent Valentine’s Day release of Fifty Shades of Grey, the film adaptation of E.L. James’s erotic novel of the same name.
Maybe you’re of the camp that sees Christian Grey as a brooding, romantic figure to fantasize about. Maybe you see Fifty Shades as disgusting, misogynistic trash that glorifies troublesome (but all too relevant) horrors like domestic abuse, stalking, and brainwashing. Whichever camp you hail from, it’s more than a little likely that you have strong opinions about the film, the characters, and the way the storyline addresses certain themes.
That’s exactly why I was intrigued when I first caught wind of Michael Matteo Rossi’s Misogynist.
Misogynist has been described by writer/director Rossi as “the antidote to Fifty Shades of Grey
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