- Disney+ Hotstar will stream the original series The Crossover
- It will be available digitally starting April 5, 2023
- The streamer has confirmed the news
The Crossover is an upcoming original series. It is based on the critically acclaimed novel in verse, ‘The Crossover’, by Kwame Alexander. It is a basketball-themed coming-of-age sports drama. It is about the twin brothers Josh and Jordan, largely considered basketball phenoms. The series is arriving on OTT floors soon. Read along to learn more details.
The Crossover OTT Release Date: Where and When to Stream the Series Digitally
The American series The Crossover will be available on Disney+ Hotstar. The series is scheduled to premiere on the OTT platform on April 5, 2023. It will stream on Disney+ in select regions all over the world. The subcontinent’s audiences can stream the series on Disney+ Hotstar.
When ball is life, every move matters.#TheCrossover, an Original series, is streaming April 5 on #DisneyPlusHotstar pic.twitter.com/zlRBfv8cYC
— Disney+ Hotstar (@DisneyPlusHS) March 6, 2023
The Crossover Official Trailer
The official trailer for the series was shared by Disney Plus on their YouTube channel three days ago. It has received 216,461 views so far. The excitement for the series is palpable.
The Crossover: About the Series
The Crossover is based on the best-selling in-verse novel by Kwame Alexander of the same name. The Disney Plus Original website has given a glimpse of what to expect from the series. They wrote, and we quote, “The Crossover” introduces teen brothers Josh and Jordan Bell, widely considered basketball phenoms. Through his lyrical poetry, an adult version of Josh, aka Filthy McNasty, narrates the story of his and his brother’s coming of age, on and off the court, as their former professional basketball player father adjusts to life after basketball and their mother finally pursues lifelong dreams of her own.”
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The Crossover: Cast
Amir O’Neil, Jayln Hall, Derek Luke, Sabrina Revelle, Trevor Bush, Deja Monique, Daveed Diggs, and Skyla I’Lece star in it.