Quibi is launching in April – and there are a ton of new shows debuting on the new platform.
The mobile-focused platform will launch with 50 shows, including talk shows, advice shows, short news and sports programs, on April 6.
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Liam Hemsworth, Sophie Turner and Chance the Rapper are among the many stars set to appear in various Quibi series.
Quibi plans to launch 175 shows in its first year. Users pay $5 a month for the ad-supported version of the streaming service, or $8 for the ad-free version. There will also be a 90-day free trial for users signing up before the launch.
Check out all 50 shows launching on Quibi in April…
Survive | Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones) and Corey Hawkins (24: Legacy) play the only two survivors of a plane crash who must make their way out of a remote wilderness.
Most Dangerous Game | Liam Hemsworth plays a terminally ill man who, in order to provide for his pregnant wife (Sarah Gadon) after he dies, enters a deadly game where he is not the hunter, but the prey. Christoph Waltz also stars.
Flipped | Will Forte and Kaitlin Olson star as would-be TV house flippers who inadvertently come across a stash of drug cartel money. To pay it back, they have to renovate the cartel boss’ (Andy Garcia) mansion.
When the Streetlights Go On | The sister and friends of a teenage murder victim try to find a sense of normalcy while coming of age amid the homicide investigation.
Thanks a Million | Celebrities surprise people who have influenced them by giving them $100,000 — which they must then pay forward. Jennifer Lopez executive produces and will be featured in an episode.
Chrissy’s Court | Chrissy Teigen presides over small-claims cases in this courtroom show, with her mother, Pepper Thai, as bailiff.
Punk’d | A new version of the MTV celebrity-prank show hosted by Chance the Rapper.
Murder House Flip | A home-renovation show with a twist: The feature houses were all the sites of mysterious murders. Mikel Welch and Joelle Uyzel host.
Skrrt With Offset | The rapper and auto enthusiast delves into all things cars with celebrity friends.
The Sauce | YouTubers Ayo & Teo explore dance cultures and set up head-to-head battles in cities across the U.S. Usher is an executive producer and judge.
Nikki Fre$h | Nicole Richie stars as her hip-hop alter ego and interacts with real-life wellness practitioners to learn ways to better serve our bodies and the planet — while taking those ideas to comedic extremes.
&Music | A docuseries that spotlights the vital behind-the-scenes collaborators who work with some of music’s biggest stars.
Elba vs. Block | Idris Elba and rally driver Ken Block challenge one another to a series of over-the-top driving stunts.
Gone Mental With Lior | Mentalist Lior Suchard runs celebrities including Kate Hudson, Ben Stiller and Zooey Deschanel through a series of mental stunts.
Singled Out | An updated, swipe right-era version of the 1990s MTV dating show, hosted by Keke Palmer and Joel Kim Booster.
Gayme Show! | A comedic competition show, hosted by comics Matt Rogers and Dave Mizzoni, that uplifts and celebrates the LGBTQ+ community and its allies.
Dishmantled | A cooking competition in which chefs have to reconstruct a dish — after said dish is cannon-blasted into their blindfolded faces. Tituss Burgess hosts.
You Ain’t Got These | A show about sneaker culture featuring Lena Waithe (who also exec produces), Billie Jean King, Questlove and Carmelo Anthony, among others.
Fierce Queens | Reese Witherspoon narrates a nature series about the fabulous females of the animal kingdom.
Prodigy | Soccer star Megan Rapinoe hosts a docuseries spotlighting eight remarkable young athletes.
Run This City | Mark Wahlberg is an exec producer of this doc about Jasiel Correia II, who is elected the youngest mayor of Fall River, Massachusetts, and is later arrested on fraud charges.
Shape of Pasta | Chef Evan Funke travels through Italy in search of the last remaining masters of the art of pasta making.
NightGowns | RuPaul’s Drag Race alum Sasha Velour adapts her Brooklyn drag revue into a full-blown stage production.
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