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04/30/2014 05:35 pm ET Updated Apr 30, 2014

Bryan Cranston Produces A New Comedy For Sony's Crackle

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Walter White really is the one who knock-knocks.

Bryan Cranston is reportedly set to produce a new comedy series for digital entertainment company Crackle. The project reunites Cranston with "Breaking Bad" production company Sony.

The comedy series, "Tightrope," will take a modern-day character and put them into an old-fashion detective story. It's black and white; it's campy; it sounds awesome. The show will be made through Cranston's production company, Moon Shot Entertainment.

Crackle's digital entertainment company is renewing a number of series and signing on some big stars, including Jeremy Renner and sportscaster Dan Patrick, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The digital entertainment company's renewed projects include action-thriller "Chosen," Emmanuelle Chriqui's "Cleaners" and Jerry Seinfeld's "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," which has been signed on for four more seasons.

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