Crunch Time (web series)
|Created by||Andrew Disney|
Kirk C. Johnson
|Music by||Steve Moore|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||6|
|Executive producer(s)||Andrew Disney|
|Producer(s)||Russell Wayne Groves|
David James Ward
|Running time||20–25 minutes|
|Original network||Rooster Teeth|
|Original release||September 11 –|
October 16, 2016
The series follows a group of students who have built a machine that allows them to enter people's dreams. They have somehow caused a black hole to form in their laboratory, leading them to having to explain their actions to the authorities.
Season 1 (2016)Edit
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|1||"The Beginning"||Andrew Disney||Andrew Disney and Bradley Jackson||September 11, 2016|
|2||"The Brain Frame"||Andrew Disney||Andrew Disney and Bradley Jackson||September 11, 2016|
|3||"The Business"||Andrew Disney||Andrew Disney and Bradley Jackson||September 18, 2016|
|4||"The Big Sleep"||Andrew Disney||Andrew Disney and Bradley Jackson||September 25, 2016|
|5||"The Party of the Century"||Andrew Disney||Andrew Disney and Bradley Jackson||October 9, 2016|
|6||"The Moruga"||Andrew Disney||Andrew Disney and Bradley Jackson||October 16, 2016|
Crunch Time was released to limited but mostly positive reviews. Jude Dry of IndieWire gave it an "A" rating, writing, "With snappy dialogue and a premise to delight sci-fi newbies and die-hards alike, the twenty-minute episodes of 'Crunch Time' fly by as quickly as a good dream." In The Daily Dot, Audra Schroeder said the show was like a mix of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Weird Science.
- "ROOSTER TEETH to Launch 2 New Sci-Fi Series: CRUNCH TIME and DAY 5 (Exclusive)". Nerdist. 8 September 2015. Retrieved 13 September 2015.
- Dry, Judy (September 10, 2016). "'Crunch Time' Review: Rooster Teeth's Funny 'Inception' With Nerd-Bros". IndieWire. Retrieved October 19, 2017.
- Schroeder, Audra (September 12, 2016). "Sex, drugs, and lucid dreams: Step into Rooster Teeth's 'Crunch Time'". The Daily Dot. Retrieved October 19, 2017.
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