The Demi Lovato Show will premiere on the Roku Channel

The Demi Lovato Show will premiere

The Demi Lovato Show, which was initially commissioned by the now-defunct company Quibi, will premiere on Roku’s free, ad-supported streaming channel next month. The pop singer will host a famous guests and experts in all nine episodes of “The Demi Lovato Show,” which will launch exclusively on the Roku Channel on July 30.

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The Demi Lovato Show will premiere

According to Roku, Lovato’s show will tackle “some of today’s most edgy societal themes in candid and honest talks.” Jameela Jamil, Lucy Hale, and transgender beauty legend Nikita Dragun are among the guests on the short-form series, with more to be revealed. Lovato will lead conversations on a variety of themes in each 10-minute episode, including police reform, feminism, trans rights, sex positivity, mental health — even UFOs.

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The first of more than a dozen Quibi shows (rebranded as Roku Originals) to broadcast for the first time anywhere is “The Demi Lovato Show.” After the Jeffrey Katzenberg-led mobile subscription-video firm went bankrupt less than a year after debuting, Roku paid far less than $100 million for Quibi’s assets in January. After releasing a first batch of 30 Roku Originals in May, Roku intends to release another 45 this year.

According to Roku, more active users streamed Quibi programmes on the Roku Channel in the first two weeks (May 20-June 3) than Quibi accounts did in the nine months of the app’s existence — which isn’t much of an accomplishment considering Quibi’s low acceptance.

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In the first quarter of 2021, Roku forecasts that The Roku Channel surpassed 70 million households in the United States. In Canada and the United Kingdom, the Roku Channel offers free, ad-supported movies and shows as well as premium entertainment.

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