Quibi, the brand new streaming platform, delivered amazing content in only its first week. Here are ten shows that we think you should check out!
Quibi has finally arrived on our smartphones and I am more than pleased to state that this streaming platform is one to check out. For those unaware of Quibi, it’s bite-sized entertainment for people on the go. Episode durations are under ten minutes, meaning you can easily catch an episode while waiting for your Jimmy John’s delivery or during your work break.
Although the catalog isn’t huge yet, it’s safe to say that Quibi has something for just about everyone. Fierce Queens is perfect for lovers of Animal Planet, while those who want some quick drama can tune into Survive. There are also options for those who want to catch the news. Want to keep up with the world? Quibi’s got you covered!
I’ve spent a lot of time since Quibi’s release date checking out what all this app has to offer, and I am completely in awe with the day-one content. Plus, new episodes arrive every weekday! There are more shows to come such as the long-awaited Sam Raimi’s 50 States of Fright, but until then here are 10 shows streaming right now that you should check out!
Survive is the first Quibi original that I checked out and it blew me away. Admittedly, I didn’t know what to expect on a platform that advertised “bite-sized entertainment,” but I was impressed by the high-quality of this thriller.
Survive stars the much-beloved Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones) and Corey Hawkins (Straight Outta Compton).
Jane and Paul are the lone survivors of a plane crash and have found themselves on a remote mountain. Now, the two must survive against environmental threats and discover a new drive to stay alive.
9. Most Dangerous Game
Like Survive, Most Dangerous Game is another high-quality thriller. Liam Hemsworth stars as Dodge Maynard, a man suffering from a terminal illness. He is desperate to take care of his pregnant wife and meet his child before his inevitable death.
Dodge meets Miles (Christoph Waltz) and attempts to bargain for money; a means to purchase treatment to extend his life. However, Miles isn’t interested in offering money, unless Dodge is willing to participate in a deadly game of cat and mouse. It’s not long before Dodge discovers that he’s not the hunter, but instead, the prey.