Watch what happens when fans’ favorite celebrities crash their lives for a whole day, Crashed premieres on February 2nd, 2017
By Gabrielle Pantera
HOLLYWOOD, CA (Hollywood Daily Star) 2017/2/2 – “I’m thrilled to be partnered with GO90 and Sony Music Originals,” says Crashed producer Joel McHale. “Which has nothing to do with what happens to you after you have 12 Sugar Daddies.”
GO90 is a free, mobile-first, social entertainment platform that delivers premiere entertainment experiences across every screen. GO90 is part of the Verizon Communications family of companies.
“Joel and Free Period have mastered a fun, innovative format with Crashed that taps uniquely into the fandom of today’s top stars,” says GO90 Chief Content Officer Ivana Kirkbride. “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.”
McHale stars in The Great Indoors on CBS and was in NBC Community and E! The Soup.
Crashed is a 10-episode series that documents what happens when unsuspecting fans have their favorite celebrities in music, sports and comedy crash their otherwise normal day. The celebrities get to turn their fans day it into an unforgettable experience. Available for free only on go90.com or the go90 app.
“We’re excited to be partnering with Verizon, Joel McHale and Free Period Productions,” says Sony Music Entertainment head of original content Lee Stimmel. “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.”
- February 2nd, 2017: Dance Moms
- February 9th, 2017: All Time Low
- February 16th, 2017: Tinashe
- February 23rd, 2017: Ricky Dillon
- March 2nd, 2017: Ashanti
- March 9th, 2017: Meg DeAngelis
- March 16th, 2017: Joey Graceffa
- March 23rd, 2017: Tim Delaghetto
- March 30th, 2017: Gabby Douglas
- April 6th, 2017: Johnny Orlando
Crashed executive producer Joel McHale. Produced through his production company Free Period Entertainment and Sony Music Entertainment.