The world's newest short-form video platform has finally arrived
On Sunday evening, Quibi (literally short for 'quick videos') officially launched with 50 new shows now available for viewers. Per Tech Crunch, Quibi focuses on short videos that viewers can watch on their mobiles devices. Its content includes "movies in chapters" that are typically between 7-10 minutes, along with unscripted shows, documentaries and news/entertainment.
Quibi was built from the ground up by a couple of huge names in the business world. Long-time Hollywood executive Jeffrey Katzenberg founded the platform in 2018 and brought former eBay Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman on as the company's CEO. Tech Crunch added that the platform hopes to release a total of 8,500 episodes across 175 different shows in the coming year.
TSN is proud to announce the launch of its first Quibi show: SportsCentre AM, a daily sports show led by Kayla Grey and Lindsay Hamilton. You can catch the duo, along with a star-studded list of Hollywood actors by downloading the platform now. Below is a look at some of the other content you can currently find: 
“Most Dangerous Game,” a dystopian action thriller starring Liam Hemsworth and Christoph Waltz

“Survive,” a drama starring Sophie Turner about the aftermath of a plane crash, based on a novel by Alex Morel

“Chrissy’s Court,” in which Chrissy Teigen presides over small-claims court

“Murder House Flip,” in which homeowners try to renovate homes that are infamous for murders committed inside

“Thanks a Million,” a reality series where celebrities (including executive producer Jennifer Lopez) give $100,000 to regular people who must them pay it forward

“Last Night’s Last Night,” Entertainment Weekly’s daily recap of late-night shows
“The Replay by ESPN,” offering daily episodes covering sports news
LeBron James' "I Promise", which closely follows the school he opened in partnership with Akron Public Schools back in 2018, also premiers on Monday. Now is your chance to get an in-depth look at how things went in its first year. 
Shows are available in both portrait  and landscape mode (crazy, right?!), and costs $4.99 with advertisements and $7.99 without. Download it now and catch TSN's first show with Lindsay!