Quibi is the latest streaming service to launch, and its first batch of shows include some big names. The service has a mixture of scripted series, documentaries and reality shows, all of which are presented in episodes that are 10 minutes or less. Among the shows debuting on the streamer are Chrissy’s Court starring Chrissy Teigen, dystopian thriller Most Dangerous Game starring Liam Hemsworth and a reboot of shows like Singled Out and Punk’d.
The full list of shows streaming now on Quibi, with each show’s official synopsis is as follows:
Jann (played by Will Forte) and Cricket (Kaitlin Olson) think they have what it takes to become TV’s newest house-flipping couple. Unfortunately, a Mexican drug cartel thinks so too. Now the delusional duo has to survive their newest project—renovating the cartel’s mansions.
Most Dangerous Game
A man (Liam Hemsworth) is desperate and in debt, in a dystopian thriller where the hunter turns out to be the hunted. Game on.
Jane (Sophie Turner) wants to end it all. Then a plane crash almost ends it for her. Now she’s crawling from the wreckage with Paul (Corey Hawkins), the only other survivor, and a new drive to stay alive.
When the Streetlights Go On
A double-homicide in a small midwestern suburb rattles the lives of a group of teenagers and sends investigators searching for answers in the fall of 1995. A meditation on growing up, the passing of time, and the insidious violence that lurks in the suburbs.
Music has many masters. Some play instruments. Others computers. Some balance audio levels. Others balance minds. But they all play a critical part in making the art form sing.
Real people. Real cases. And real, legally binding decisions. If you thought Chrissy Teigen couldn’t become an actual courtroom judge, you’ve been overruled.
Take two blindfolded chef contestants. Blast a dish into their face. Then make them recreate it for celebrity judges to win a cash prize. Did we mention it’s hosted by Tituss Burgess? New episodes every weekday.
In this nature series, presented and narrated by Reese Witherspoon, we explore the remarkable females of the animal kingdom. From ants to cheetahs, these ladies call the shots in their world and sit at the top of the social hierarchy earning them the title “fierce queens.”
Glitter. Rainbows. Grand entrances. Matt Rogers & Dave Mizzoni host as two straight contestants compete in a series of physical, mental, and performance challenges to test their gay knowlege. Who will reign forevermore as “Queen of the Straights”?
Gone Mental with Lior
Is it possible to read another person’s thoughts? Mentalist Lior Suchard thinks so. And he’s about to stun celebrities and passersby alike with his mind-reading prowess.
In America, a child drops out of school every 26 seconds. For NBA great LeBron James, that was the breaking point. Now he’s ready to fight dropout rates by founding the I Promise public school.
Will Arnett dives into the archives of pop culture, revisiting trends, inventions and events that haven’t aged very well. Surprise celebrities crop up in this exploration of Canada’s best and brightest ideas from the recent past.
Murder House Flip
An unconventional home renovation show that takes on the country’s most infamous homes: ones known for the mysterious murders within their walls. Designers Joelle and Mikel remove the stains of the past and make once morbid homes marvelous.
The stage awaits. Sasha Velour and her cast members are preparing for the biggest drag showcase of their lives. Expect heart, humor, and a hell of a lot of glamour.
Nicole Richie spreads her message of environmental love through her new musical persona, “Nikki Fre$h,” a trap music artist who makes eco-conscious choices while dropping sick beats and performing in over-the-top music videos.
Each episode of this docu-series profiles a young athlete projected to be the next big thing in their respective sport, giving an inside look as they train towards their next historic sports moment.
Punk’d is back! And no one is safe! The iconic series returns with Chance the Rapper as host—masterminding the biggest pranks behind the scenes. The biggest stars are about to learn what happens if their fates were up to Chance.
Run This City
This doc-series follows Jasiel Correia, the youngest mayor in Massachusetts history, who faces wire fraud and extortion prosecutions as he prepares for re-election in his hometown.
Shape of Pasta
Chef Evan Funke. Italy. And the pursuit of pasta perfection. He’s uncovering the craft and culture behind some rare and forgotten pasta shapes. Hungry yet?
Sassy singles. Daring DMs. Real deal breakers. Singled Out is back to help singles navigate the treacherous waters of dating in the digital age. Who will get stuck in the friend zone and who will be singled out?
Skrrt with Offset
Offset is a big fan of cars. His garage has over 30 sports and luxury cars. This series follows him as he joins his celebrity friends—like Cardi B, Lil Yachty, and Jay Leno —exploring all things cars.
Thanks A Million
Big names. Big money. Big Giving. Celebrities kickstart a chain of kindness, each gifting $100,000 to an unsuspecting individual who has had a positive impact on their lives—with a catch. Watch as the “pay it forward” chain unfolds.
Who’s the best dance crew in the country? Viral dance sensations Ayo & Teo travel across America as teams battle head-to-head for a chance to take home $25,000.
You Ain’t Got These
This is not a show about sneakers. It’s a show about sneaker culture. Fitting in. And belonging to something bigger than yourself. Best of all? Lena Waithe is in it.
Joining these series later in April are another 11 shows. Among these are Cup of Joe, a Joe Jonas-fronted travel series, comedy Dummy starring Anna Kendrick and Fight Like a Girl, a new series featuring the WWE Superstars.
Quibi is available to download on the Apple App Store and Google Play.
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