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Chrissy Teigen's Quibi show Chrissy's Court renewed for a second season

'The verdict is in': Chrissy Teigen's Quibi show Chrissy's Court renewed for a second seasonBy Kellie Chudzinski For Dailymail.com Pu

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‘The verdict is in’: Chrissy Teigen’s Quibi show Chrissy’s Court renewed for a second season

Chrissy Teigen will be returning to judge ‘petty disagreements.’ 

Her hit Quibi show, Chrissy’s Court has been renewed for a second season, Deadline reported on Friday. 

‘The verdict is in!!!’ Teigen, 34 said in a statement. ‘Since there is no shortage of petty disagreements to judge, we’re back for a second season!!’

Returning: Chrissy Teigen's hit Quibi show, Chrissy's Court has been renewed for a second season, Deadline reported on Friday,

Returning: Chrissy Teigen’s hit Quibi show, Chrissy’s Court has been renewed for a second season, Deadline reported on Friday, 

Teigen produces and stars as a Judge Judy-style character in the 10-episode comedy series, which ‘adjudicates small-claims cases for real plaintiffs and defendants.’

The 10-minute episodes which premiered on April 6 – the same day Jeffrey Katzenberg’s new streaming-video platform Quibi officially launched.

The half-Thai Utah native enlisted her mother Vilailuck ‘Pepper Thai’ Teigen to serve bailiff duties in Chrissy’s Court.

Chrissy has called the show her ‘dream come true’ and claimed it turned out ‘better than I could have ever, ever imagined’ since wrapping production on October 15.

The ruling: 'The verdict is in!!!' Teigen, 34 said in a statement. 'Since there is no shortage of petty disagreements to judge, we’re back for a second season'

The ruling: ‘The verdict is in!!!’ Teigen, 34 said in a statement. ‘Since there is no shortage of petty disagreements to judge, we’re back for a second season’

Premise: Teigen produces and stars as a Judge Judy-style character in the 10-episode comedy series, which 'adjudicates small-claims cases for real plaintiffs and defendants'

Premise: Teigen produces and stars as a Judge Judy-style character in the 10-episode comedy series, which ‘adjudicates small-claims cases for real plaintiffs and defendants’  

Quibi, which stands for ‘quick bites,’  was designed specifically with commuters in mind. The videos are formatted to be viewed on a smart phone and the shows are 10 minutes or less.  

The network’s on-the-go designs launched at the worst possible time during the COVID-19 pandemic, when the country effectively stopped commuting all together. While other streaming platforms like Netflix and Hulu reported record jumps in new subscribers and streams during coronavirus, Quibi fell far short of its projections. 

Despite launching with shows from huge talents like LeBron James, Chance the Rapper, Anna Kendrick and Chrissy Teigen, Quibi failed to make the splash it and its investors intended. 

Premiere: The 10-minute episodes which premiered on April 6 - the same day Jeffrey Katzenberg's new streaming-video platform Quibi officially launched

Premiere: The 10-minute episodes which premiered on April 6 – the same day Jeffrey Katzenberg’s new streaming-video platform Quibi officially launched  

Family affair: Chrissy enlisted her mother Vilailuck 'Pepper Thai' Teigen to serve bailiff duties on the show and she kicks off the clip with: 'All rise'

Laughs: Pepper can't seem to remember the rest of her line and her daughter shouts 'for the honorable Judge Chrissy Teigen' from behind the closed door of her 'chambers,' to laughs from the audience

Family affair: Chrissy enlisted her mother Vilailuck ‘Pepper Thai’ Teigen to serve bailiff duties on the show and she kicks off the clip with: ‘All rise’

The bite-sized network has more than $1 billion in funding and has been making tweaks to try to change with the stay-at-home nature of viewership these days, according to Hypebeast.   

Users were able to sign up for a 90-day free trial in April but when that expires the numbers will likely take a dive.

A collaboration between Katzenberg and Meg Whitman, the streaming platform was expected to have a successful first year, with an anticipated 7.2m users by the end of the year, though the Wall Street Journal reported they are only on track to reach 2m. 

The report continued to say that Quibi is on track to $1 billion by the end of 2020’s third quarter.  

Problems: A collaboration between Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman, the streaming platform was expected to have a successful first year, with an anticipated 7.2m users by the end of the year, though the Wall Street Journal reported they are only on track to reach 2m

Problems: A collaboration between Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman, the streaming platform was expected to have a successful first year, with an anticipated 7.2m users by the end of the year, though the Wall Street Journal reported they are only on track to reach 2m 



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