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See how comedian Pete Holmes rose from the gutter in this fictionalised take on his early career

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Crashing

Title

Crashing

Year released

2017

Genres

Comedy

Classification

M
Sex

Synopsis

Pete ends up in an awkward situation when he's asked to open for John Mulaney.

Seasons

  • Season 1 (2017)
  • Season 2 (2018)
  • Season 3 (2019)

Created by American comedian Pete Holmes as a pseudo-biographical take on his early career, the HBO show Crashing sees Holmes play himself as he ventures into the world of stand-up comedy after his wife cheats on him and kicks him out onto the street. With perennial funny man turned filmmaker Judd Apatow on as executive producer, and notable American comedians like T.J. Miller and Sarah Silverman reprising their own roles in Holmes' story, it's no surprise Crashing was immediately renewed for a second season following its debut in February 2017.

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