Jennifer Lopez Gets Charitable in a Trailer for Her Quibi Series 'Thanks a Million'
Jennifer Lopez's new show will higow helping people can make the world a better place.
Jennifer Lopez is set to add another feather to her cap as she has shown her charitable side in a new series.
Jennifer Lopez attends "Project Destined" Yankees Shark Tank Presentations at Yankee Stadium on March 4, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images
The show is set for release on Quibi, a streaming app that is set to be launched on April 6. Quibi is the short form of "quick bites."
Through the show's trailer, it was disclosed that "Thanks a Million" would be following ten well-known stars as they start a chain of kindness by gifting $100,000 to an unsuspecting person who must give away half of that money to someone else.
Jennifer, who is the show's executive producer, explained that each celebrity chose "a person who has made a profound impact on their life."
Each episode would be led by Jennifer, Kristen Bell, Nick Jonas, Tracy Morgan, Aaron Rodgers, Yara Shahidi, Kevin Hart, Gabriel Iglesias, Anthony Davis, and Karlie Kloss.
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According to People, the show is set for release on Quibi, a streaming app that is set to be launched on April 6. Quibi is the short form of "quick bites."
During a recent interview with a media outlet, the founder and chairman, Jeffrey Katzenberg, made it known that Quibi was "exclusively about what you do from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on your phone."
With that in mind, CNN also revealed that the app would offer videos and series which have been cut into segments shorter than ten minutes.
Jeffrey Katzenberg, chairman and founder of Quibi SA, speaks during a keynote at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., on Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images
While the primary aim of this app would be to entertain people when they are out and about, a significant concern got raised as regards the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Due to the outbreak, people have been forced to stay at home, where their computers and TVs are readily available to them.
Andrew Hare, a senior vice president of research, however, came to the rescue when he shared his belief that the quarantine law would do nothing to stop people from making use of the new app.
Jeffrey Katzenberg attends The National Hispanic Media Coalition's 2020 Impact Awards held at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on February 28, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images
In fact, Andrew stated that staying at home would lead more people to test and download the service provided by Quibi.