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By Mike Johnson on 2021-06-09 10:01:00

It is very interesting to note that yesterday, Roku renewed the Kevin Hart "Die Hart" comedy that was originally produced for the now-defunct Quibi platform for a second season, citing the popularity of the series on The Roku Channel.  This would mark the first former Quibi series to be put back into production for more content.

That could mean, that should Roku opt for more, WWE's Fight Like A Girl, could continue on with a second season.

The series ran ten episode with WWE's female stars paired with a woman who was dealing with personal issues they felt were holding them back.  Over the course of the episode, the featured woman and the WWE star meet and bond while discussing issues they have each dealth with in life.  We then followed the subjects as they worked out at the WWE Performance Center to help transform themselves for the better, ending with an official unveiling ceremony inside the ring before a live crowd.

The series was designed to be a motivational show to inspire those fighting through their own personal issues with Stephanie McMahon, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, Nikki and Brie Bella, Sasha Banks, Alexa Bliss, Sonya Deville, Natalya, Paige and Nia Jax all taking part.

Roku officially announced lthat all of the Quibi content it acquired last year will be branded as Roku Originals.  Quibi, which fizzled upon its debut last year, featured 5-10 minute long short form programming exclusive for its subscribers, shut down just six months after being launched by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman.

So, stay tuned.

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