Each episode of "Instant Jam" features live performances and captures all the excitement and energy as artists reveal to fans how to score tickets to an exclusive show in their area, while giving a behind-the-scenes look at the hours leading up to their concert.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Instant Jam - Liquid Entertainment - Netflix
Liquid Entertainment is an American independent video game developer based in Pasadena, California. The studio was co-founded in 1999 by Ed Del Castillo and Michael Grayford, and is led by president Del Castillo and CEO Holly Newman.
Instant Jam - Games developed - Netflix
Rise of the Argonauts (2008), published by Codemasters Thor: God of Thunder (2011), published by Sega Instant Jam: Facebook (2012), published by GarageGames Deadline Hollywood: The Game (2012), published by Paramount Digital Entertainment Dungeons and Dragons: Heroes of Neverwinter (2012), published by Atari Karateka (2013), published by Karateka, LLC Cuddle Pets (2013), published by Digital Capital Paper Galaxy (2014), published by Liquid Entertainment, LLC Max Steel (2014), published by Mattel
Battle Realms (2001), published by Crave Entertainment and Ubisoft 2002 nomination in “PC Strategy” category for The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS) awards
Battle Realms: Winter of the Wolf (2002), published by Crave Entertainment and Ubisoft The Lord of the Rings: War of the Ring (2003), published by Sierra Entertainment Dungeons & Dragons: Dragonshard (2005), published by Atari Desperate Housewives: The Game (2006), published by Buena Vista Games 2007 nomination in “Outstanding Achievement in Character Performance - Female” category for the AIAS awards
Instant Jam - References - Netflix