Q: There was a show I got into that starred Adam Brody and Martin Freeman, and I can’t find it anywhere. Is it still on? And can you refresh my memory of what it’s called and where I can see it? -- Paul T., via Facebook A: You are referring to “StartUp,” a drama series on Crackle (which is a free online streaming network, for those unfamiliar with it). It follows “the emergence of GenCoin, a brilliant yet controversial tech idea centered on digital currency -- an idea that gets incubated on the wrong side of the tracks by three strangers who don’t necessarily fit the mold of ‘tech entrepreneurs.’”
The show has been renewed for a 10-episode third season, which should premiere this September.
Eric Berger, GM of Crackle and chief digital officer at Sony Pictures Television Networks, said in a statement: “Thanks to (series creator) Ben Ketai for his vision and to our stellar ensemble cast. ... We are excited to continue the story in season three, and expect that Ben and company will take us on another entertaining and wild ride.”
*** Q: Can you tell me what Jeremy Sisto is up to? I loved him way back when in “Clueless” and have been following his career since. The latest show I can remember seeing him in regularly is “Law and Order.” Does he have another show on the horizon? -- Janet Y., via email
A: Jeremy has a new show premiering this fall on CBS called “F.B.I.,” which explores the inner workings of the New York office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The series comes from Dick Wolf, the man behind “Law and Order.” “F.B.I” was immediately picked up for a full season (I mean, who can blame CBS? Mr. Wolf has the procedural magic touch). Missy Peregrym and Zeeko Zaki also star.
Q: I am finally caught up on FX’s dark comedy “You’re the Worst.” Will it be back for another season? -Ginger F., Tulsa, Oklahoma
A: “You’re the Worst” has been renewed for a fifth and final season, which should premiere this fall. Hopefully we’ll find out if Gretchen and Jimmy can finally make it work, or if they’ll sabotage their happiness, again, and each end up alone. With this comedy-drama, it’s hard to know which way the winds will blow, but I’m rooting for the dysfunctional couple.
*** Q: Can you tell me what John Walsh has been doing? I used to religiously watch “America’s Most Wanted,” and I wondered if he was still out there, helping to catch criminals. -- Jack W., via email
A: You can catch John next on Investigation Discovery in “In Pursuit With John Walsh.” Slated to premiere in the first quarter of 2019, this real-time investigation series showcases time-sensitive, unsolved cases in desperate need of attention, mobilizing ID’s audience to actively engage in the pursuit of justice.
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