Crackle Streaming Second Season of Ashton Kutcher’s ‘Going From Broke’ on May 20

Crackle Plus, one of the largest operators of streaming advertising-supported video-on-demand networks, May 6 announced inspirational guests and financial experts for season two of Crackle original award-winning series “Going From Broke.”

Executive produced by Ashton Kutcher and Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, the six-episode season is hosted by Chegg CEO Dan Rosensweig and entrepreneur and financial expert Tonya Rapley. “Going From Broke” premieres on Crackle on May 20 with new episodes launching each Thursday.

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In the series, six new cast members drowning in massive personal debt get help from guests and financial experts to overcome their financial struggles. Guests include executive producer Ashton Kutcher; Airbnb co-founder and CEO Brian Chesky; co-founder of Resy, Empathy Wines and VaynerX Gary Vaynerchuk; actor David Costabile (Lincoln, “Billions,” “Breaking Bad”), entrepreneur, investor and author Kim Perell, Andi Kirkegaard of Kirkie Cookies, and The Scholarship System founder Jocelyn Paonita Pearson.

Financial experts include author/speaker Rachel Cruze of Ramsey Solutions; author and financial guru Lynn Richardson; founder and CEO of Financially Wise Brittney Castro; Reverend DeForest Blake “Buster” Soaries Jr.; and School of Rock president and CEO Rob Price.

“Season two of ‘Going From Broke’ dives deep into the nationwide student debt crisis, and audiences will see firsthand how the financial experts and inspirational guests offer helpful solutions for those who struggle with financial burdens,” Jeff Meier, head of programming for Crackle Plus, said in a statement.

“Debt is weighing Americans down, and student loans are the fastest-growing type of debt out there. Young people are pressing pause on their dreams like buying a home or even getting married because of their student loan debt,” said Rachel Cruze, personal finance expert with Ramsey Solutions.

Season one of “Going From Broke” is currently available to stream for free exclusively on Crackle and has generated more than 18 million streams. To learn more about the show and to follow the journey of the cast please visit and use #GoingFromBroke.

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