7.7
623 votes
StartUp

StartUp

Crackle 2016

A desperate banker needs to conceal stolen money. A Haitian-American gang lord wants to go legit. A Cuban-American hacker has an idea that will revolutionize the very future of money itself. Forced to work together, they unwittingly create their version of the American dream - organized crime 2.0.

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The 10 Best Episodes of StartUp

StartUp - S1E10

#1 - Recapitalization

8.09

Season 1 - Episode 10

In the season finale, Nick and Izzy hash out their differences. Nick has an ace up his sleeve, leading to a shocking new ally for GenCoin. Rask is faced with the brutal truth about Alex. The Morales family is blindsided by tragedy.

The episode was rated #1 Best episode of StartUp from 670 votes.

StartUp - S2E10

#2 - Soul Proprietor

8.04

Season 2 - Episode 10

Izzy reaches out to Rask with a proposition. Tamara gives Ronald the push he needs to change his life for good. Nick makes a sickening discovery while Izzy executes a devastating plan to decimate Araknet’s enemies.

The episode was rated #2 Best episode of StartUp from 373 votes.

StartUp - S1E7

#3 - Valuation

7.97

Season 1 - Episode 7

A struggling GenCoin finds a way to set up shop, but Ronald’s plan to put some money in their pockets backfires. An anxious Rask must field questions from his fellow agents. Izzy follows up on an ambitious lead.

The episode was rated #3 Best episode of StartUp from 676 votes.

StartUp - S1E8

#4 - Pro Rata

7.95

Season 1 - Episode 8

GenCoin lands a major investor, Alex Bell, who has sketchy ties. Rask makes an opportune discovery about Nick. As Ronald’s status in the gang changes, his son Touie is faced with an agonizing decision.

The episode was rated #4 Best episode of StartUp from 671 votes.

StartUp - S2E9

#5 - Leverage

7.93

Season 2 - Episode 9

As Araknet celebrates a huge win, Ronald struggles to repair his life before it’s too late. The Russians extend a tainted olive branch, causing dissent within the company and throwing Izzy into inner turmoil. Just as Araknet is poised to make a controversial move, an unforeseen enemy strikes.

The episode was rated #5 Best episode of StartUp from 382 votes.

StartUp - S3E10

#6 - Trading Up

7.88

Season 3 - Episode 10

Ronald fears the impending blowback from a vindictive LH7; Mara's ultimate plan comes to fruition, blindsiding Wes and Nick; Stroud re-emerges to tie up loose ends, leading to an explosive and deadly battle.

The episode was rated #6 Best episode of StartUp from 216 votes.

StartUp - S2E6

#7 - Liabilities

7.79

Season 2 - Episode 6

Rask makes a bold move to set things right. After a near-death experience, Izzy reaches out to an old friend. Ronald and Nick rally to Izzy’s defense as they rethink the future of their business. The group fears Araknet’s baggage will scare off Wes.

The episode was rated #7 Best episode of StartUp from 395 votes.

StartUp - S1E9

#8 - Hostile Takeover

7.77

Season 1 - Episode 9

Rask hurries to tie up loose ends. Alex drops a bombshell on GenCoin, forcing Izzy into a compromising position. Nick and Ronald bond over their new predicament. Izzy takes a stand, only to find herself on the wrong side.

The episode was rated #8 Best episode of StartUp from 624 votes.

StartUp - S2E5

#9 - Pivot

7.74

Season 2 - Episode 5

After a devastating tragedy, Ronald faces a harrowing decision. Izzy finds herself in hot water after a brazen plan lands her in the Russians’ sights. Nick finally grabs Wes’s attention with the help of Wes’s daughter, Mara.

The episode was rated #9 Best episode of StartUp from 397 votes.

StartUp - S2E8

#10 - Opportunity Cost

7.73

Season 2 - Episode 8

After Ronald suggests a game-changer for Araknet, he struggles to live up to the team’s expectations of him. The Russians hit Araknet hard in an underhanded move, leaving Nick and Izzy to plot swift retaliation.

The episode was rated #10 Best episode of StartUp from 386 votes.

StartUp - S2E4
#11 - Loss
7.73
Season 2 - Episode 4

After a discouraging discovery, the trio forges a new plan. Izzy seeks the help of someone significant from her past. Nick faces a setback while catching a glimpse into the strange world of Wes Chandler. Ronald struggles to get his crew behind the new way of doing business.

The episode was rated #1 Best episode of StartUp from 412 votes.

StartUp - S3E9
#12 - Questionable Costs
7.73
Season 3 - Episode 9

Ronald wrestles with the most difficult decision of his life; to Izzy's horror, the virus she built blows back on Araknet; when Mara finds out what Nick did to Ronald, their relationship teeters on the edge; Nick enters into a downward spiral.

The episode was rated #2 Best episode of StartUp from 217 votes.

StartUp - S3E6
#13 - Authentication
7.71
Season 3 - Episode 6

As Araknet enjoys an uptick, Nick grows paranoid that his covert plot will be discovered; when Wes decides to bring in an old friend for financing, Mara rebels and reveals a damning secret; Izzy rejoins Araknet, but old wounds resurface.

The episode was rated #3 Best episode of StartUp from 206 votes.

StartUp - S1E4
#14 - Angel Investor
7.69
Season 1 - Episode 4

Nick makes the pitch of a lifetime, reviving GenCoin. Rask and Maddie’s partnership takes a surprising turn just as Rask forms an unlikely alliance. Ronald gets pulled into a wave of violence with his gang.

The episode was rated #4 Best episode of StartUp from 740 votes.

StartUp - S1E5
#15 - Buyout
7.68
Season 1 - Episode 5

As Rask slides into a pit of violence and corruption, he fights to regain control. Nick and Izzy absorb a devastating blow to GenCoin. Ronald takes a risk with the company pitch.

The episode was rated #5 Best episode of StartUp from 684 votes.

StartUp - S1E6
#16 - Bootstrapped
7.66
Season 1 - Episode 6

Rask is forced clean up his mess. Izzy reaches out to an old classmate and finds a promising lead. Taylor’s discovery of Nick’s predicament places GenCoin in serious jeopardy. In the face of disaster, Ronald has a burst of inspiration.

The episode was rated #6 Best episode of StartUp from 684 votes.

StartUp - S2E7
#17 - Growth Hacking
7.66
Season 2 - Episode 7

As ArakNet struggles to best their competitor, Izzy butts heads with the team. Rask recovers, but his murderous past threatens to resurface. Wes, Nick and Mara hustle to bring ArakNet street cred against slim odds. Ronald goes down a dangerous road he’s long avoided.

The episode was rated #7 Best episode of StartUp from 390 votes.

StartUp - S3E8
#18 - Profit and Loss
7.64
Season 3 - Episode 8

Ronald's entanglement with LH7 comes home to roost, aggravating his relationship with Nick; with the 100-million user mark approaching, Nick makes a disturbing choice to protect his own interests; Izzy agonizes over Stroud's final orders.

The episode was rated #8 Best episode of StartUp from 205 votes.

StartUp - S3E7
#19 - Limited Liability
7.62
Season 3 - Episode 7

Araknet receives horrific news, spurring a moral debate within the company and forcing Ronald to undermine Nick; Izzy tries to uncover Stroud's true motivations while wrestling with her own duplicity; Wes hopes to repair his relationship with Mara.

The episode was rated #9 Best episode of StartUp from 210 votes.

StartUp - S2E3
#20 - Early Adopters
7.62
Season 2 - Episode 3

Nick meets a mysterious old friend of his father’s. Ronald and Izzy put Araknet into action as Nick comes to them with a peculiar proposition. An adrift Rask struggles to repair all that’s broken in his life.

The episode was rated #10 Best episode of StartUp from 414 votes.

Last updated: apr 09, 2021

Comments

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**A TV Series to get by when you don’t have any of the Good Stuff left**. I’m not saying it’s extremely bad or cartoonish (you can find a lot of that already in mainstream procedural type of shows) but just suffice to say that the best acting by far of the whole team is performed by Edi Gathegi as Ronald in almost every episode of all seasons (1 & 2) and that a few of the secondary (or lower) actors show better acting that most of the main characters. I would say its **watchable** as long as you are willing to put with some mediocre acting, scripts and direction. But watch it in a row because if you stop, I think you won’t bother coming back to see how it ends.

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Season 3 episode 7: presents a great moral dilemma. What would you do. And Izzy...that girl does not learn. Through all 3 seasons...keeps making same mistake over & over.

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I don't know whey this show does not have so many great reviews. I found it to be entertaining & a good format for a story line. I originally got interested because the show portrayed itself around Bitcoin. Once I watched it, I was hooked. The show gets a lot right about the strange world of crypto-currency. I work for a company that was hired to build a new crypto-currency using Ethereum around the time season 1 came out. coincidentally the name was very close to "Gen-Coin". It was for a guy out of China but listed his company as a U.S. entity based out of LA. We put several great coders to work to build the new crypto-currency. We had the currency & the exchange up and running. Eventually we found out the guy was using the new currency as a ponzi scheme. He eventually got arrested trying to flee china & was thrown in jail for the scam. At the end we got burnt, lost a lot money, and got a crash course in the ways of the dark web and the new age of crypto-currency. This is what got me interested in the show. Based on my experience, I would say this is a great show. Granted sometimes it feels little far fetched but it's very entertaining. It gives a great window into the world of startups as well as the new world of dark web & blockchain.

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I was very disappointed with this show. I started watching because... Martin Freeman (like almost every girl on the planet). However, his acting couldn't save this show. I love the idea but it wasn't fleshed out well. The part where Phil kills his partner and then confesses to his friend with benefits then moves on to sit in his car and comes to terms with his actions; was the only part that made me feel excited about this show. I have no drive or need to watch season 2. Only watch this if you are so in love with any of these actors that you can sit through 10 episodes of trash. I will link a really good review. Don't waste your time. Not even for Martin Freeman. https://www.imdb.com/review/rw3623590/?ref_=rw_urv

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Over half way through this series now and it's pretty decent. Little slow at times and some of the storylines become a little disjointed but on the whole it's enjoyable and easy to follow. Martin Freeman helps, not sure how well it would do without him.

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