Roku to release 23 more Quibi shows on Aug. 13

More Quibi shows, now called Roku Originals, are coming to the Roku Channel for free on Aug. 13.

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Roku is adding more originals to its library soon.

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Roku plans to stream 23 new shows from Quibi's library exclusively on the Roku Channel. The Quibi shows -- now called Roku Originals -- will stream for free with ads starting Aug. 13 in the US, Canada and the UK. The new shows will join shows like Dummy (starring Anna Kendrick), Reno 911 and Flipped. 

Here's a list of the upcoming shows:

  • &Music
  • The Andy Cohen Diaries
  • Benedict Men
  • Elba vs. Block
  • Eye Candy
  • Fierce Queens
  • Floored
  • Gone Mental with Lior
  • Mapleworth Murders
  • Memory Hole
  • Nice One!
  • Nikki Fre$h
  • Run This City
  • The Sauce
  • The Stranger
  • Sex Next Door
  • Singled Out
  • Skrrt with Offset
  • Squeaky Clean
  • Survive
  • Thanks a Million (season 2)
  • What Happens in Hollywood
  • Wireless

"While it's only been a few months since the launch of Roku Originals, the response has been overwhelming," Brian Tannenbaum, head of alternative programming at Roku, said in a release Monday. "We're excited to keep the drumbeat of premium series, featuring Hollywood's top talent, available only on the Roku Channel with this next slate of original programming." 

Quibi didn't catch on with viewers and fizzled during the coronavirus pandemic lockdowns. The Roku Channel gave Quibi's content a second chance by making it free, bingeable and presented to a wider audience. 

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