|[06/08/21 - 01:31 PM]
Roku Orders Second Season of Kevin Hart's "Die Hart" from Laugh Out Loud
Following the series premiere on May 20, the greenlight is the first Roku Original renewal for The Roku Channel.
|[05/13/21 - 06:01 AM]
The Roku Channel Debuts 30 "Roku Originals" on Streaming Day
The Roku Originals launch lineup, which features 30 titles, includes award-winning and scripted series, such as "Die Hart," "#FreeRayshawn" and "Reno 911!," documentaries, such as "Blackballed" and "Big Rad Wolf," and alternative and reality programming, including "Punk'd" and "Chrissy's Court."
|[01/08/21 - 06:21 AM]
Roku Acquires Quibi's Global Content Distribution Rights
In addition to the full range of titles that had previously premiered on Quibi, more than a dozen new programs will make their exclusive debut on The Roku Channel.
|[09/17/20 - 11:18 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, September 17
Updates include: Tatiana Maslany cast as "She-Hulk" on Disney+; Quibi orders sequel to "Die Hart"; and The CW extends "Two Sentence Horror Stories" with third season.
|[07/21/20 - 11:19 AM]
Video: New This Summer on Quibi
The streaming service gives an overview of its current and upcoming originals.
|[07/06/20 - 11:01 AM]
Video: "Die Hart" - Official Trailer - Quibi
Kevin Hart plays a fictionalized version of himself who's tired of being the comedic sidekick.
|[02/18/20 - 01:44 PM]
Josh Hartnett Joins Cast of "Die Hart" on Quibi
Hartnett, playing a fictionalized version of himself, is a former alum of the action school who has returned to participate in Kevin's training.
|[02/11/20 - 11:09 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, February 11
Updates include: Hunter King scores lead in ABC's "Prospect"; Gugu Mbatha-Raw boards "Loki" at Disney+; and Jonathan Tucker tapped to star in NBC's "Debris."
|[02/04/20 - 11:26 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, February 4
Updates include: Showtime pulls the plug on veteran drama "Ray Donovan"; Patrick Dempsey to star in CBS pilot "Ways & Means"; and Tom Hiddleston to topline "White Stork" at Netflix.
|[07/30/19 - 11:12 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, July 30
Updates include: Joss Whedon's "The Nevers" locks in cast; HBO Max gives series order to "Circe" adaptation; and Kurtwood Smith signs onto ABC's Nate Bargatze comedy pilot.