What's better than new content becoming available to stream in January? Being able to stream said content for free, of course.

We might be coming to the end of our free trials with some of the other video streaming platforms, so that makes it the perfect time to check out Sony's free streaming network if you haven't already done so.

Crackle allows users to stream movies and TV series any time and anywhere, using its app for iOS and Android (as well as Roku, Apple TV, PlayStation and Xbox consoles). The service has no subscription costs, and the user doesn't even have to sign in to start streaming when on their computer. Best of all, the streaming platform features Web series from Jerry Seinfeld and Bryan Cranston.

While we are already sold on Crackle (just keep in mind there are ads in order to keep the service free), the platform is adding lots of new content in order to keep us entertained during those long commutes back home after the holidays.

Crackle is debuting the season 7 premiere of the original series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee starting on Dec. 30, with brand new episodes airing every following Wednesday. The season premiere of Jerry Seinfeld's series will feature President Obama, along with guest stars Will Ferrell, Steve Martin, Garry Shandling, Kathleen Madigan and Sebastian Maniscalco.

To celebrate this new season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Crackle is releasing 10 new episodes of Seinfeld each month, with January's theme focusing on past guest stars of the Web series, including Larry David, Jay Leno and Sarah Silverman.

Other TV shows being added include season 8 of Married with Children, seasons 1 and 2 of The Jackie Chan Adventures and seasons 1 and 2 of The Shield.

On the movie front, Crackle is adding lots of must-see flicks, such as Crash, Life starring Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence and the cult classic Wet Hot American Summer. Other movies include Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Oldboy and Underworld: Rise of the Lycans.

Make sure to stream movies like King Kong and The Hungover Games before they leave the platform.

Here's the complete list of movies and TV shows being added to and leaving the video streaming service Crackle in January.

New Crackle Originals:

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: season 7 (Dec. 30, 2015 season premiere; every Wednesday at 11:30 p.m. EST)

Sports Jeopardy! (weekly Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. EST)

New to Crackle on Jan. 1:

7 Seconds

About Last Night

Adaptation

All in the Family, season 5

And Now for Something Completely Different

Assault on Precinct 13

Awakenings

Barney Miller, season 1

Bird on a Wire

Bowfinger

Cameron's Closet

Crash

Dark Tide

Dead Man Down

Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid

End Game

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

  

 

High School High

Inside Job

La Bamba

Life

Mardi Gras: Spring Break

Married with Children, season 8

Martial Arts Master: Life of Bruce Lee

Mystery Men

News Radio, season 4

Oldboy (2013)

Parker Lewis Can't Lose, season 1

Riding Giants

Seven Years in Tibet

Slam

SLC Punk

Snake in the Eagle's Shadow

Suspect

Termination Point

The Big Heat

The Company

The Critic, season 1

The Jackie Chan Adventures, seasons 1-2

The Net

The People vs. Larry Flynt

The Professional

The Runaways

The Shield, seasons 1-2

Undercover Brother

Wet Hot American Summer

Wieners

Available One Month Only on Crackle:

 

8MM

Absolute Deception

Baby Boy

Big Fish

Birdy

Cadillac Records

Das Boot

Formula 51

Get Low

Godzilla (1998)

Hardwired

It Could Happen to You

La Femme Nikita

Rec

Rec 2

Rec 3

Roxanne

Rudy

Safety Not Guaranteed

Seinfeld (Theme: Guests of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee)

- "The Parking Garage" (Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Elaine), S3 E6

- "The Suicide" (Wayne Knight as Newman, first appearance), S3 E12

- "The Pilot" — Part I (Larry David as Man on Raft), S4 E23

- "The Pilot" — Part 2 (Larry David as Man on Raft), S4 E24

- "The Couch" (Patton Oswald as Clerk), S6 E5

- "The Shower Head" (Jay Leno as Himself), S7 E15

- "The Invitations" (Barry Marder), S7 E24

- "The Abstinence" (David Letterman as Himself), S8 E9

- "The Puerto Rican Day" (Mario Joyner as Lamar), S9 E20)

- "The Money" (Sarah Silverman as Emily, S8 E13)

The China Syndrome

The Company You Keep

The Devil's Tomb

The Endurance: Shackleton's Legendary Expedition

The Rum Diary

 


Underworld: Rise of the Lycans

Untraceable

Vacancy 2: The First Cut

Why We Fight

Last Chance to Watch on Crackle:

Ali

American Crude

Anaconda

Arena

At Any Price

Booty Call

Dragonheart: A New Beginning

Drive

EDTV

Fast, Cheap and Out of Control

Fletch

Fletch Lives

King Kong (2005)

Night of the Creeps

Out for a Kill

Starship Troopers

 

Straw Dogs

The Hungover Games

The Legend of Zorro

Underworld

Underworld: Evolution

Unleashed

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