Crypt TV, the digital genre network that aims to be ‘Marvel for Monsters,’ will be premiering season 2 of its hit monster series The Look-See during a special screening at RTX Austin on August 4th in Austin, Texas. RTX Austin hosted by Rooster Teeth is an international fan convention celebrating internet culture.
Now in its eighth year, RTX Austin will draw more than 65,000 attendees to the Austin Convention Center August 3-5 to play the newest unreleased video games, see top internet celebrities in live shows and panels, and experience the best in animation, gaming, and entertainment.
In June, Crypt announced the return of season 2 of The Look-See for four episodes.
In addition to the bullet points, there is a quote from CEO, Jack Davis as well as the recent news of Crypt surpassing 1-million subscribers on its YouTube:
- Following the premiere there will be a panel moderated by Crypt TV CEO & Co-Founder Jack Davis that will include James Janisse aka DeadMeat. This is a onetime fan preview with only 1,000 seats available.
- Fans will also be able to meet The Look-See in person at Crypt’s booth during limited hours on August 3rd-5th. Following RTX Austin season two of The Look-See will be released weekly on August 31st.
- The 1st season of The Look-See recorded over 30,000,000 views combined between Facebook, YouTube and Crypt’s website and the nearly 20 minute long, chronological supercut of season 1 has over 3.4MM views, and episodes have amassed over 32M views.
- Season 2 will be dialogue free like the first The Look-See season, which spawned several fan reaction videos and long YouTube mythology deep dive videos that combined to have millions of views themselves.
- Season 2 will feature YouTuber, James Janisse aka DeadMeat, who has just under 1 million YouTube subscribers.
- Crypt will continue to produce and release ancillary content for season 2 of The Look-See like their show Mayhem, Murder & Monsters, a Look-See AR filter& Look-See txt message stories that contain Easter eggs and clue about the characters origins. Crypt released all season 1 content on its The Look-See Facebook Show Page which has over 340,000 followers. All season 2 content will be released simultaneously on Crypt TV’s website, YouTube & Facebook Show Page.
- Recently Crypt TV’s YouTube recently passed 1 million subscribers and 100,000,000 video views, only 10 months after it began posting to the platform in August 2017. Crypt launched primarily via Facebook but has recently seen a tremendous growth on YouTube. Currently Crypt’s YouTube page has over 1.25 million subscribers and over 138 million video views.
- Previous Press: Crypt Ad Week, Crypt Inc.
- Single day and weekend passes for RTX Austin 2018 are still available at www.rtxaustin.com/ starting at $50.00. Children ages 6 and under get free admittance with a paying adult.
CEO Jack Davis Quote:
“Rooster Teeth is the gold standard in community driven entertainment brands. As Crypt continues to serialize our best monsters and focus on being a consumer brand we are absolutely thrilled to premier season 2 of one of our biggest hits, The Look-See, at RTX. RTX is a one of a kind experience that shows how incredible powerful Rooster Teeth’s culture is and because of the audience crossover between Crypt and Rooster Teeth I can’t wait to see fan reaction to the new episodes of The Look-See.”
About Crypt TV
Crypt TV is the digital genre network focusing on creating the next ‘Marvel for Monsters.’ Crypt’s monster universe includes Webby award winning short The Birch, Sunny Family Cult who’s merchandise can be found at Spencer’s retail stores nationwide, and Giggles the Clown, who has her own channels with over 375,000 fans and whose Augmented Reality Filter was used by 1million+ fans and featured on The Today Show. Launched in 2015, Crypt TV was co-founded by CEO Jack Davis and filmmaker Eli Roth with Blumhouse Productions as an investor and key strategic partner. Crypt has over 8.2 million direct social followers. Crypt makes engaging original scary video content directly for the top Hollywood studios, including for Universal, Fox, Warner Brothers and long form productions with Verizon Media’s go90 and more.