It’s now official: Roku is taking the majority of all content from stumbled streaming provider Quibi, which was discontinued at the end of the year, and provides a new home and platform for many formats that will probably be lost forever Had gone. Interesting: They want to use the new acquisitions not only in the USA, but worldwide. Deal safe Restrictions rights for 75 Quick formats including horror anthology produced by Sam Rami 50 states of fear. With spielberg After dark, result or Swimming with shark The opening blocks also feature other horror / mystery series. Most brilliant argumentMentally possibly have the following: If you still had to have a monthly subscription with Quoby to be able to enjoy the content, Stop would prefer an ad-finance, but otherwise completely free solution. Start is planned for the end of the year. Jeffrey Katzenberg, who started the service earlier this year, has found a client for some of the most creative minds and ideas in Hollywood. The clear winner in this case is the more than 50 million active users that Roku possesses.
You will get to see shows like dystopian thriller later in the year Most dangerous game Survival drama, with Liam Hemsworth and Christophe Waltz Survive Like Sophie Turner (game of Thrones), Dark comedy Flipped over Or was Raimi’s horror anthology 50 states of fearTwo seasons of which are now available. At the top, there are several hundred hours of film, series, and reality entertainment, often backed by famous greats and names from show business. The only downer: without further expansion of the available Roku markets, Quabby content will initially be limited to the United States, Canada and Great Britain.
Quality was launched in the spring as a competitor to services such as Hulu, Apple TV +, Netflix and Disney +. The first film, however, was a bang, as the actual strategy of offering series and films, especially on mobile devices and the landscape, did not really work. Because less than ten million people signed up for the service in the autumn, Quibi had a history six months after its commencement.
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