The world is kind of a weird place right now, and it feels like everything is at a standstill, especially when it comes to pop culture. With movies getting pushed back and major things like the Olympics getting postponed, it might seem like there's not much to look forward to, content-wise, in the next few months. Not true! Here are just a smattering of things you should have on your radar.
The launch of Quibi
Idk if you've heard, but there's a whole new streaming app headed your way. Quibi is short for "quick bites," and the content is made to be digested in 10 minutes or less. There's a ton of content coming, starring people like Sophie Turner, Liam Hemsworth, and Chrissy Teigen.
The first shows are launching on April 6, which is like... not that far from now! Mark your calendars.
Ryan Murphy's new Netflix show
The Streaming King is back in May with Hollywood, a new show starring a bunch of really cool up-and-coming actors like David Corenswet, Samara Weaving, Laura Harrier, and Jake Picking. They join some of the Ryan Murphy staples (Patti LuPone, Dylan McDermott, etc.) in this show about old school Hollywood.
That new Bachelor franchise show
You know the one they kept teasing during the Bachelor finale? It's called Listen to Your Heart. It's premiering on April 13, so grab your guitars and get ready to be just as obsessed with this as you are with all the other shows in this franchise.
Casting for The Circle and Love Is Blind
Netflix just announced The Circle and Love Is Blind are each coming back for two more seasons, which is amazing news. While you won't be able to stream episodes until 2021, they are casting for both shows right this minute. Apply for The Circle here and Love Is Blind here.
The new season of Insecure
The fourth season of Issa Rae's hilarious HBO comedy premieres on April 12, and thank god for that.
Lady Gaga's upcoming album
Yes, she did just say she's pushing it back, but it's coming... eventually!! You'll just have to listen to "Stupid Love" on repeat until it does.
Another streaming launch: HBO Max
As far as we know, this service is coming in May 2020. That's where Friends is headed, so if you're looking for those reruns, hit up this service when it launches.
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