CRASH GALLERY hosted by Sean O'Neill of the Art Gallery of Ontario, is a high energy and immersive television experience that gives the audience a completely different view of the artistic process. In each episode, three talented artists from varied backgrounds, face-off in a challenging, real-time creative arena that will shatter their artistic boundaries. Season 2 will see the introduction of industry experts who spark discussion on the works in progress, highlight the process and ultimately guide the audience's final decision on who becomes the Crash Gallery champion. Running on adrenaline and passion, Crash Gallery artists discover new ways to bring art to life.

Crash Gallery - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-10-02

Crash Gallery - Crash Bandicoot - Netflix

Crash Bandicoot is a franchise of platform video games. The series was created by Andy Gavin and Jason Rubin during their tenure at Naughty Dog for Universal Interactive Studios and Sony Computer Entertainment; the series was originally exclusive to the PlayStation family of video game consoles. The series has appeared on multiple platforms and gone through various developers and spans numerous genres. The series comprises eighteen games and shipped over 50 million copies worldwide. The games are mostly set on the fictitious Wumpa Islands, an archipelago situated to the south of Australia, although other locations are common. The main games in the series are largely platformers, but several are spin-offs in different genres. The protagonist of the series is an anthropomorphic bandicoot named Crash, whose quiet life on the Wumpa Islands is often interrupted by the games' main antagonist, Doctor Neo Cortex, who created Crash and wants him dead. In most games, Crash must defeat Cortex and foil his plans for world domination.

Crash Gallery - Manga - Netflix

In 1998 Coro Coro Comics developed a manga series titled Crash Bandicoot—Dansu! de Jump! na Daibōken; was drawn and produced by Ari Kawashima in 1998, and only been two manga volumes published to date, leaving the total number of comics unknown. It is loosely based off the events of Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back.

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