New Titles Coming To Crackle In June

As the summer heat starts to roll in, Crackle heats up its offerings with an exciting lineup of free titles available for streaming from June 1. This month, Crackle brings a mix of action, drama, and suspense that promises to keep viewers on the edge of their seats. Here’s what you can look forward to on the Crackle app.

Operation Repo
Step into the fast-paced world of car repossession with “Operation Repo,” a series set in the bustling San Fernando Valley. Watch a skilled team, including Froylan Tercero, Matt Burch, and Sonia Pizarro, as they tackle high-stress repossession jobs that are anything but routine.

Survivor
Milla Jovovich stars as a Foreign Service Officer in “Survivor,” framed for a terrorist attack she didn’t commit. With Pierce Brosnan’s assassin in relentless pursuit, she must navigate a web of danger and deception to stop a catastrophic global event.

Red
Brian Cox plays a reclusive old man in “Red,” whose quest for justice begins after his beloved dog is killed by teenagers. A story of loss and vengeance, the film also features Noel Fisher and Kyle Gallner.

Ong Bak: The Thai Warrior
Tony Jaa dazzles in “Ong Bak,” where he portrays a martial artist from a rural village venturing into the city to retrieve a stolen sacred statue. His journey through the underworld is a thrilling spectacle of combat and bravery.

Hell’s Kitchen
Chef Gordon Ramsay brings his signature style to “Hell’s Kitchen,” where he puts aspiring chefs through grueling challenges in his Hollywood restaurant. The intense culinary battles are a test of skill and endurance.

The Psychological and Thrilling
Crackle also offers deep dives into psychological drama with “Preservation,” where a simple camping trip becomes a fight for survival, and “Solo,” which follows a teenage girl’s harrowing experience on a remote island.

The Lighter Side
For those who prefer lighter fare, “Real Husbands of Hollywood” offers a humorous look at celebrity life, starring Kevin Hart and Nick Cannon, playing exaggerated versions of themselves.