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  • TV-PG
  • 2016
  • 5 Seasons
  • 3.6  (126)

Crashletes is a 30-minute sports-comedy series that aired on the Nickelodeon channel from July 5, 2016, to July 19, 2017. The show was created and produced by Rob Dyrdek, who is a renowned former professional skateboarder and TV personality. The premise of the show is to showcase various sports-related viral clips from the internet and provide a humorous and insightful take on the clips. Crashletes features regular hosts Stevie Nelson and Brandon Broady, who are both talented comedians and actors. Additionally, the show has several celebrity guest hosts, including NFL player Rob Gronkowski, who appears on the majority of the episodes.

The format of the show is straightforward. Each episode features around ten different viral clips, ranging from extreme sports fails to amazing trick shots. The hosts provide commentary, jokes, and witty banter based on the clips, often using props or costumes to emphasize their point. The humor of the show is designed to appeal to a younger audience, with slapstick humor and puns being a regular feature.

One of the standout elements of Crashletes is the use of graphics and animations throughout the show. The producers use these to exaggerate the clips and provide a superhero-like quality to the athletes. For example, if a clip shows someone making an incredible basketball shot, the show might add a cape and lightning bolts to create a sense of grandeur.

A recurring segment of the show is the "Gronk Spike Challenge," where the hosts hand out challenges to viewers to complete and submit. The challenges are typically sports-related and involve putting a humorous twist on a standard drill. For example, one challenge might involve running an obstacle course while carrying a stuffed animal or dribbling a basketball while wearing a blindfold. The challenges are judged by Rob Gronkowski, with the winner receiving a shout-out on the show.

Another entertaining segment of the show is the "Clip of the Week," where the hosts choose their favorite clip from the previous episode and give it an award. The awards are often tongue-in-cheek, such as "Most Likely To Make Your Parents Cringe" or "Best Attempt At A Trick Shot." The segments are filled with jokes and gags, creating a sense of friendly competition between the hosts.

Crashletes also features guest appearances from various celebrities and athletes, including WWE wrestler John Cena, NBA player Chris Paul, and NFL player Antonio Brown. The guest appearances add a level of excitement and unpredictability to the show, with the guests often participating in the humor and antics of the regular hosts.

Overall, Crashletes is a fun and entertaining show that combines sports and comedy in a unique and enjoyable way. The show is designed to appeal to a younger audience, with the humor being silly but accessible. The celebrity guest hosts and appearances add an extra element of excitement, while the "Gronk Spike Challenge" and "Clip of the Week" segments keep the show fresh and engaging. While the show only ran for two seasons, it remains a popular choice for sports fans and comedy enthusiasts alike.

Crashletes is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (71 episodes). The series first aired on June 22, 2016.

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Crashletes on Ice
12. Crashletes on Ice
May 17, 2019
Hockey superstar Dustin Brown guest stars as we feature funny dad fails in "Dad-thletes" and challenge Dustin to a game of "Call it in the Air!"
Game Time
11. Game Time
May 10, 2019
WNBA All-Star Skylar Diggins Smith shows off a few moves as we celebrate some un-coachable "Poor Sports" and "Basketball Studs and Duds."
Hero to Zero
10. Hero to Zero
May 3, 2019
Super Bowl champion DeMarcus Ware guest stars to teach Stevie and Brandon a new "Sack Dance" while also showing fans how to keep their "Head on a Swivel!"
Poor Sport
9. Poor Sport
April 26, 2019
WWE Superstar Becky Lynch shows off her "Signature Moves" and introduces us to some Crashlete "Tag Teams."
Doc Hawk
8. Doc Hawk
April 19, 2019
Skateboarding legend Tony Hawk shows off sick tricks in the "Juke Box" while we count down the "Top 5 Rope-a-Dopes!"
April 12, 2019
NASCAR Stars Bubba Wallace and Ryan Blaney stop by to talk "CRASHCAR," "Squad Goals" and play a round of "Name that Clip!"
Dunk Yard
6. Dunk Yard
April 5, 2019
WNBA All-Star Candace Parker joins Stevie and Brandon as they countdown the "Top 5 Sibling Rivalries" and highlight the "Questionable Game Plan" of amateur athletes.
5. "Extra" Effort
March 29, 2019
NBA All-Star DeAndre Jordan is in the house, and things are gonna get real "Extra" as the squad tries to pick a new "Crashletes Logo."
Ramped Up
4. Ramped Up
February 22, 2019
Snowboarding Superstar Shaun White is getting "Ramped Up" with Brandon and Stevie as they introduce us to the top "Steel Sharks"… (Crashletes in reverse!)
Synchronized Stinking
3. Synchronized Stinking
February 15, 2019
Olympic Gymnast Laurie Hernandez visits Crashletes Stadium, and things get a little "Gym-Nasty" as the gang takes on "Synchronized Stinking" and "Ultimate Underdogs."
Crash Phrases
2. Crash Phrases
February 8, 2019
WWE superstar The Miz learns how "Cheaters Sometimes Win" and why it's important to sometimes "Take the L."
Gurley Girls
1. Gurley Girls
February 3, 2019
Super Bowl champion DeMarcus Ware guest stars to teach Stevie and Brandon a new "Sack Dance" while also showing fans how to keep their "Head on a Swivel!"
Where to Watch Crashletes
Crashletes is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Crashletes on demand at Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Vudu, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    June 22, 2016
  • IMDB Rating
    3.6  (126)