In a highly classified location, four brilliant, jackass grad students are interrogated by government operatives. Why? Because the world is about to end, and it's all their fucking fault. After using reckless "cutting-edge" science for their own petty purposes, this rag tag team creates a small but potentially world-ending black hole in their college lab. The clock is ticking for this secret government agency to clean up the mess these "wannabe scientists" have made. With cooperation, the crisis could be averted before the world goes to shit. The problem? Well, these students are what you'd call bonafide assholes... and they don't know what the hell they did to tear open the fabric of space and time. They're clueless. The Solution? - tell these government operatives EVERY illegal thing they've done in the lab...
Runtime: 30 minutes
Crunch Time - Crunch Time (web series) - Netflix
Crunch Time is an American science fiction comedy drama web television series created by Andrew Disney and Bradley Jackson. It premiered on Rooster Teeth's website on September 11, 2016. The series follows a group of students who have built a machine that allows them to enter people's dreams. They have somehow caused a black hole to form in their laboratory, leading them to having to explain their actions to the authorities.
Crunch Time - Reception - Netflix
Crunch Time was released to limited but mostly positive reviews. Jude Dry of IndieWire gave it an “A” rating, writing, “With snappy dialogue and a premise to delight sci-fi newbies and die-hards alike, the twenty-minute episodes of 'Crunch Time' fly by as quickly as a good dream.” In The Daily Dot, Audra Schroeder said the show was like a mix of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Weird Science.
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