Cracked Goes Over-the-Top

Cracked, known to generations of young males both for its warped humor magazine and as MAD’s chief competitor, has launched a streaming channel on Roku.

The Cracked channel, which seeks to expand the brand’s engagement with millennials online, features both daily videos and long-running series, including After Hours, Honest Ads and We’re Not Alone.

Cracked will also offer content exclusive to Roku, including a new three-part Cracked Studios series Tales to Get Scared To. The first episode will debut October 10, two days before the content is available on other platforms, including Cracked’s website, YouTubePluto TV and Xumo. Other episodes will be released early on Roku on October 17 and 24.

To obtain the Cracked channel for Roku, visit the Roku Channel store.

In the meantime, you can sample Cracked’s unique take on popular culture and politics here:


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