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The Stranger (Quibi)


| Drama, Mystery, Thriller | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.2/5

An unassuming young rideshare driver is thrown into her worst nightmare when a mysterious Hollywood Hills passenger enters her car. Her terrifying, heart-stopping ride with the stranger unfolds over 12 hours as she navigates the seedy underbelly of Los Angeles in a chilling game of cat and mouse.



| Drama, Action, Thriller | ► Trailer
Rating: 2.3/5

When an Iraqi War veteran is framed by the cops for a drug deal, he is forced to take refuge inside his apartment building with his family.

Mapleworth Murders


| Comedy, Mystery | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

Abigail Mapleworth is a prim yet saucy murder-mystery writer who solves homicides with the help of her niece in their quaint small town of New Woodstream.


A 21 year old finds himself stranded off a snow covered Colorado road on New Years Eve armed with his quickly dying phone.

The Expecting

A young woman, down on her luck and pregnant under mysterious circumstances, must deal with the increasingly disturbing effects of her pregnancy and the potential conspiracy surrounding it.


Royalties is a satirical take on the oft-untold story of songwriters behind the world's biggest hits. It follows the ascent of a ragtag songwriting duo - Sara and Pierce (Criss) - as they navigate the strange and hilarious challenges of creating a truly great song, week after week.


Set in the near future, Toys follows the journey of a young woman who finds herself, and her heart, caught between the two worlds, when generations of DNA enhancements have resulted in a class conflict between genetic Elites and unaltered Basics.

Wolves and Villagers

While the exact plot of the short-form series is being kept under wraps, Quibi co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg has previously described the show as "Fatal Attraction 2.0."

Murder House Flip

This reality series is exactly what its title implies. In each episode, homes in which murders or other crimes were committed gets renovated both spiritually (think "This house is clean" à la Poltergeist) and physically.


The series is inspired by Reed Tucker's book Slugfest: Inside the Epic, 50-year Battle Between Marvel and DC. The competition between the publishers actually dates back to the FDR years and the publication of Action Comics No. 1 (which introduced Superman and launched DC) and Marvel Comics No. 1 (which introduced Namor the Sub-Mariner), but it was the revolutionary 1960s relaunch of Marvel by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko that gave the rivalry an urgency that transformed the marketplace.

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