All the celebrities who have shows or movies coming to the new short-form streaming platform Quibi

  • The streaming service Quibi will deliver "quick bites" of content that are less than 10 minutes long.
  • Many celebrities have their own projects on the platform.
  • Sophie Turner stars in the drama "Survive," while Liam Hemsworth leads a dystopian action thriller called "Most Dangerous Game."
  • Chrissy Teigen headlines "Chrissy's Court," her own reality court show, and Demi Lovato interviews celebrities and lifestyle experts on "Pillow Talk With Demi."
  • Keep reading to see which celebrities have shows and movies on Quibi, and what they're about.
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The new streaming service Quibi, which launches April 6, delivers "bite-sized content" (less than 10 minutes long) in three different forms: "Movie in Chapters," short unscripted series and documentaries, and "Daily Essentials," which consist of news and lifestyle programming.

Many celebrities have gotten involved, creating and appearing in new short-form stories that fans can enjoy.

Sophie Turner will star in the drama "Survive," while Liam Hemsworth leads a dystopian action thriller called "Most Dangerous Game." Chrissy Teigen headlines "Chrissy's Court," her own reality court show, and Demi Lovato interviews celebrities and lifestyle experts on Pillow Talk With Demi."

Keep reading to see which celebrities have shows and movies on Quibi.

Sophie Turner plays a young woman who becomes stranded in the wilderness in the drama "Survive."

"Survive" follows Jane (Turner) and Paul ("Straight Outta Compton" star Corey Hawkins), the only survivors of a plane crash on a remote, snowy mountain.

The two are forced to contend with their own personal demons as they attempt to make it out of the wilderness together. It's based on Alex Morel's novel of the same name.

You can watch the trailer here.

Chrissy Teigen stars as herself on the comedic reality court show "Chrissy's Court."

Teigen presides over a small claims court on this show, which is reportedly complete with real plaintiffs, defendants, and rulings.

Her mom, Vilailuck "Pepper Thai" Teigen, also appears on the show as a bailiff keeping order in the courtroom.

You can watch the trailer here.

"Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" star Tituss Burgess hosts the unconventional cooking competition "Dishmantled."

At the beginning of each "Dishmantled" episode, cannons blast mystery food onto two blindfolded chefs. The chefs then attempt to recognize and recreate the dish that just covered their faces.

The show will feature guest judges like "Schitt's Creek" star Dan Levy, "Queer Eye" star Antoni Porowski, Jane Krakowski, and more.

You can watch a sneak peek at the show here.

Demi Lovato hosts the new talk show "Pillow Talk With Demi Lovato."

On "Pillow Talk With Demi Lovato," the singer speaks with guests about a wide range of topics, such as sex, social media, gender identity, and body positivity.

The guests include other celebrities, as well as experts on the topics Lovato is discussing.

Liam Hemsworth plays a man who is hunted for sport in "Most Dangerous Game."

Hemsworth stars as Dodge Maynard, a terminally ill man who's desperate to provide for his pregnant wife before his death. He soon agrees to participate in a deadly game where he's hunted by strangers for 24 hours. If Dodge survives, he'll win $24.5 million.

The dystopian action thriller is loosely based on Richard Connell's 1924 short story of the same name.

You can watch the trailer here.

Chance the Rapper hosts a reboot of MTV's popular prank show "Punk'd."

The musician replaces original "Punk'd" host Ashton Kutcher to pull pranks on a new generation of celebrities (including rapper Megan Thee Stallion).

You can watch the teaser here.

Stars like Jennifer Lopez and Kristen Bell headline the feel-good reality show "Thanks A Million."

On each episode of "Thanks A Million," a celebrity gives one individual $100,000. That person gives $50,000 to someone else, who gives $25,000 to someone else, and so on until all of the money has been distributed.

There are 10 episodes total, so by the end of the season, $1 million will have been distributed, according to Quibi.

"Hustlers" star Keke Palmer and comedian Joel Kim Booster co-host a reboot of MTV's dating show "Singled Out."

On this version of the reality competition, daters of all genders and sexualities speed-date 30 eligible singles with the help of social media, until one is "singled out."

You can watch the trailer here.

On the new show "Just One Drink," Laura Dern plays a bartender.

"Just One Drink" is a series of one-scene vignettes between a bartender (Dern) and the customers she serves, all of whom are "in various states of emotional despair."

Will Forte and Kaitlin Olson star in the comedy film "Flipped."

The actors play Cricket (Olson) and Jann (Forte), a couple with dreams of becoming the next big home renovation celebrity duo.

They're kidnapped by members of a local drug cartel (played by Eva Longoria, Arturo Castro, and Andy Garcia), who force them to renovate their houses.

You can watch the trailer here.

The Kardashian-Jenners appear on "Kirby Jenner," which follows Kendall Jenner's fictional twin brother.

Since 2015, performance artist Kirby Jenner has edited himself into the model's Instagram posts and posed as her twin. Jenner's parody reality show will follow his and his "twin's" lives.

Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, and Kris Jenner will also be featured in various episodes.

Queen Latifah and Tony Hale have roles in the coming-of-age murder mystery "When The Streetlights Go On."

The movie follows a young girl and her suburban high-school peers trying to move on after the girl's sister is mysteriously murdered.

"When The Streetlights Go On" was previously developed as a TV pilot for Hulu before landing at Quibi.

Reese Witherspoon narrates and presents the nature documentary series "Fierce Queens."

The series follows "phenomenal female animals: rebel matriarchs, powerful leaders and dangerous lovers of the natural world," according to BBC Studios.

Hyenas, meerkats, and humpback whales are among the many species featured on "Fierce Queens."

You can watch the trailer here.

"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Andy Samberg hosts the comedic cooking competition "Biggest Little Cook-Off."

On every episode of "Biggest Little Cook-Off," two chefs compete to create the most delicious bite of food. Think miniature versions of your favorite meals (spaghetti and meatballs for example) made bite-sized.

Soccer star Megan Rapinoe hosts "Prodigy," a docuseries that profiles extraordinary young athletes.

"Prodigy" profiles eight athletes who are under 21 and have accomplished great athletic feats in their respective sports.

Idris Elba competes against professional rally driver Ken Block on the reality competition "Elba Vs. Block."

Elba and Block take part in a series of car-related challenges, from the Car Tightrope to the Flaming Obstacle Course.

You can watch the teaser here.

Will Arnett hosts "Memory Hole," a comedy series that looks back at cringe-worthy pop culture moments.

The first season will focus on Canadian pop culture topics that viewers may have forgotten about or never knew existed.

Usher serves as a judge on the traveling dance competition series "The Sauce."

Dance duo Ayo & Teo host the series, which focuses on 22 American dance squads competing to prove that they have "the most sauce."

An untitled Trevor Noah docuseries follows the "Daily Show" host on his recent comedy tour.

The show depicts how Noah's candid interactions with people on the road influence the comedian's "unique brand of stand up comedy."

Actors like Rachel Brosnahan and Asa Butterfield will appear on the horror anthology "50 States of Fright."

The first season explores stories inspired by urban legends across America. Other actors include "Vikings" star Travis Fimmel and Christina Ricci.

You can watch the trailer here.

Tyra Banks hosts the docuseries "Beauty."

The show explores and investigates beauty standards around the world.

"Our docuseries aims to expand and redefine the definition of beauty as we know it, challenging why we accept certain beauty parameters and reject others, and examining the beliefs behind those judgments," Banks said.

"Carnival Row" star Cara Delevingne hosts a currently untitled practical joke show.

Delevingne and a group of all-female accomplices will execute a new stunt or practical joke on each episode.

On "You Ain't Got These," Lena Waithe uses sneaker culture to explore social issues.

The series unpacks the subtext of race, class, and self-expression that goes into every pair of sneakers, with guests including Hasan Minhaj and Jemele Hill.

You can watch the trailer here. 

"Cup of Joe" follows Joe Jonas as he explores new cities during the Jonas Brothers' recent world tour.

On every episode of the travelogue, Joe explores a new city where he and his brothers are performing with the help of a local guide.

On the reality show "Gone Mental with Lior," celebrity "mentalist" Lior Suchard reads stars' minds.

Suchard will also guide his guests (such as James Corden and Zooey Deschanel) through a series of mental stunts.

Dave Franco stars on "The Now," a drama series from the creators of "Green Book."

Franco plays a suicidal man named Ed Poole, whose father and brother have died by suicide themselves.

Ed tries to improve his life and exist "in the now" after a secret from his past comes back and threatens his future.

Ariana Grande and Ozzy Osbourne are featured on the docuseries "& Music."

The show highlights the behind-the-scene collaborators who work with high-profile musicians. J Balvin also appears on "& Music."

You can watch the trailer here.

Zac Efron plays himself on the adventure series "Killing Zac Efron."

In the show, Efron goes on an expedition into the jungles of a remote island.

As it turns out, "Killing Zac Efron" did nearly kill the actor — he reportedly contracted a deadly bacterial infection during filming.

Anna Kendrick and Donal Logue lead the comedy "Dummy."

"Dummy" follows an aspiring writer (Kendrick) and her budding friendship with her boyfriend's sex doll (Meredith Hagner). 

Logue stars with Kendrick as her boyfriend in this "Movie in Chapters" series.

The musical comedy "Royalties" stars Darren Criss.

"Royalties" is a satire of the forgotten songwriters behind today's greatest music hits, and follows the fictional songwriting duo Sara (Kether Donohue) and Pierce (Criss).

Criss is cowriting the music with his long-time collaborators Nick and Mark Lang, his fellow cofounders of the YouTube sensation Team Starkid.

Kevin Hart plays a fictionalized version of himself on the action-comedy "Die Hart."

The show follows Hart as he attempts to land a role as an action movie star.

John Travolta and "Game of Thrones" actress Nathalie Emmanuel also have roles on "Die Hart."

Rapper Offset interviews other celebrities about their cars and the stories behind them on "Skrrt With Offset."

Celebrities such as Cardi B, Jay Leno, and T-Pain will join the Migos member for "a unique one-on-one auto experience."

Comedian Eric Andre once again hosts "Rapper Warrior Ninja," a popular segment from his show "Adult Swim."

On the segment, hip-hop artists attempt to freestyle while navigating an obstacle course.

Quibi describes "Rapper Warrior Ninja" as "the biggest rap battle to ever hit the hip hop world."

"Nikki Fre$h" is a rap comedy starring Nicole Richie.

Richie's alter ego, Nikki Fre$h, performs a style of music that she calls "Parent Trap" — socially conscious, educational rhymes promoting wellness and sustainability.

"The Andy Cohen Diaries" is an animated series that recounts moments from the TV host's life.

Inspired by "The Andy Warhol Diaries," Cohen tells stories about his various celebrity encounters, memorable nights out, experiences with first-time fatherhood, and more.

Naomi Watts stars on the series "Wolves and Villagers."

Quibi co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg previously described the show as "Fatal Attraction 2.0."

Jason Blum, who recently produced horror movies like "The Invisible Man" and "Get Out," serves as an executive producer.

"Don't Look Deeper" is a sci-fi series starring Don Cheadle and Emily Mortimer.

The story, which is set "15 minutes in the future," follows a high schooler (Helena Howard) who realizes she may not be human.

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