Quibi: The New Way to Stream Shows

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“Got a few minutes? That’s all you need to be entertained, informed, and inspired. Quibi presents fresh content from today’s biggest stars — one quick bite at a time. Make any moment extraordinary with incredible storytelling delivered right to your phone. From all-new original shows to must-see movies told in chapters, the next story will always be waiting.”

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Watch out Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and Disney+, a new streaming service has arrived. Have you ever wanted to watch a show between classes, on a study break or while waiting for the bus, but haven’t had enough time for a full episode? Then Quibi is your answer. Quibi, which stands for “quick bites” is a new streaming service that offers short, 10-minute episodes.

The point of Quibi is to give people the chance to watch a fit in quick episodes when they have the time instead of having to sit through hour-long episodes. Unlike most other streaming services, Quibi is meant to be used on your phone when you’re out and about. If you’re on the subway, running on the treadmill or waiting for your food to cook, going on your phone and watching an episode on Quibi is perfect if you have a couple of minutes to fill. 

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The app that delivers movie-quality shows built for your phone also features new original shows every day. These original shows feature all of your favorite stars from Chrissy Teigen to Tyler Cameron to Offset and more. Take a look at the trailers for some of VALLEY’s recommended Quibi shows below.

Most Dangerous Game starring Liam Hemsworth

I Promise starring LeBron James

Barkitecture starring Tyler Cameron

Survive starring Sophie Turner

Chrissy’s Court starring Chrissy Teigen

Thanks A Million starring Jennifer Lopez and Kevin Hart


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In addition to binge-worthy original shows, the streaming service also has a section called Daily Essentials, which includes original news, weather, lifestyle, sports coverage and talk shows unique to Quibi. With under-10 minute episodes, the Daily Essentials are great for catching up on what’s going on in the world during a lunch break, checking the weather before you start your day or listening to some celebrity gossip while your dinner is in the oven.

The Quibi app is available now in the Apple app store and Google Play. If you sign up for Quibi now, you get a 14-day free trial with plans starting at $4.99 per month when your trial ends. 



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