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Kevin Hart’s Quibi show is getting a second season with Roku

Quibi, the quick lived, short-form cellular streaming service famously did not produce a lot of nice content material earlier than flaming out final year. However, among the reveals achieved a second life after Quibi offered its catalog to Roku for $100 million, together with Kevin Hart’s Die Hart. Now, Roku has announced that it has ordered a second season of Die Hart, that can in fact be titled Die Harter, Variety has reported. 

Roku re-released Die Hart, alongside with 30 different ex-Quibi “Originals” on May twentieth. The show had been picked up for a second season at Quibi in September earlier than the service shut down, so this is technically the second time it has been renewed. Where Quibi had simply 710,000 subscriber households at its peak, nevertheless, Roku reportedly has a attain of almost 70 million folks within the US alone. 

Of the 30 reveals launched (together with The Fugitive, Die Hart, Chrissy’s Court, Dishmantled and the Emmy-winning #FreeRayshawn), Die Hart was the largest hit, Roku mentioned. However, the company did not reveal viewing figures for any of the reveals, as is typical with streaming companies. 

The first season of Die Hart (with 10 episodes, every 7-9 minutes lengthy) starred Hart, John Travolta, Nathalie Emmanuel, Josh Hartnett and Jean Reno (casting hasn’t been confirmed for the second season). In the primary season, Hart performed a fictionalized model of himself as an actor who desires to be an motion star after being relegated to comedian sidekick roles. To obtain his dream, he has to coach at an motion star college with a deranged chief (John Travolta) in a collection of spectacular motion sequences. 

“We couldn’t be more excited to bring an equally hilarious, action-packed second season to the record number of viewers who have watched in recent days,” mentioned Roku head of authentic scripted programming, Colin Davis. There’s no phrase but on when the second season will debut. 

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