It follows Trevor and Michelle Gustafson (Hamilton) who have what most would think is the typical suburban life.

The news is being announced today at the network’s upfront presentation at Sony Headquarters in New York.

According to Crackle, The Oath is the platform’s most-watched new original series with the highest retention rate, episode to episode, of any Sony Crackle original.

Ramo Law PC congratulates its 2018 Festival de Cannes client premieres and will be taking meetings at the Festival de Cannes, which runs from May 8, 2018 to May 19, 2018.

Clients, colleagues and participants at the Festival de Cannes that are interested in setting a meeting, please email Josh Blank. On the heels of The Oath‘s successful debut last month, Sony Crackle has ordered a second season of the crime drama series created by Joe Halpin and executive produced by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson.

“Our audience has truly responded to this authentic, raw, and compelling series,” said Eric Berger, Chief Digital Officer, Sony Pictures Television Networks and General Manager, Sony Crackle.

“Thanks to Joe, 50 Cent and our stellar ensemble and production team for bringing this powerful story to life.

“Adding Arbury, a non-attorney executive as Director of TV and Episodic Content, is an unusual move for an entertainment law firm,” said Firm Founder and Managing Partner Elsa Ramo.

“As a firm, we are nimble enough to embrace opportunities that distinguish us from our competition and that provide the resources our clients seek which has been a foundation of our approach to servicing clients in the film and TV space with our growing Packaging and Sales department.” Arbury, who received an B. in Media Production from Florida State University, started his career as a production assistant on several series including ABC’s “Boston Legal” and CBS’s “Ghost Whisperer” prior to becoming the Director of Development at Canvas Media Studios and Captivate Entertainment.

Among guests and filmmakers attending the weekend will be Toni Collette, star of gala film Hereditary, while the festival will also feature the UK premiere of Desiree Akhavan’s The Miseducation Of Cameron Post, winner of the US Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic in January; Skate Kitchen, the tale of female skateboarders and the narrative debut of Wolfpack director Crystal Moselle; and Augustine Frizzel’s debut, comedy Never Goin’ Back.

Aubrey Plaza stars alongside Emile Hirsch and Jermaine Clement in Jim Hosking’s (The Greasy Strangler) comedy, An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn and the festival will also have the UK premiere of Idris Elba’s directorial debut, Yardie. There will be panels with directors Fox, Granik and Akhavan while another about the intersection between fiction and non-fiction will comprise Fox, Greenfield and Moselle. The lineup is curated by the Sundance Institute and UK cinema chain Picturehouse, which hosts the event.

She reps Solution Entertainment Group, with recent projects including the film “Killerman” with Liam Hemsworth, and “Wheelman,” which dropped on Netflix in 2017.