tried and failed to create much of a buzz last year with its mobile video streaming service. But there was at least one thing from the ill-fated platform that went viral: a scene from a show where Rachel Brosnahan, of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel fame, plays a woman with a golden arm. You’ll soon be able to relive that moment of pop culture history thanks to .
When Quibi closed shop, Roku the company’s content and rebranded the shows as . It didn’t re-release right away though, and it’s marking Halloween season with three horror-themed Originals. First up as part of the Freak Out Friday season is When the Streetlights Go On, which hits The Roku Channel on October 15th. The ’90s-set show centers on a double homicide that took place in a midwestern suburb.
The following Friday, you’ll be able to watch anthology series 50 States of Fright. The first episode of that show is where you can hear a doctor tell a woman with a metallic arm that she has “pulmonary gold disease.” Quibi, in case you need a reminder, less than eight months after it debuted.
Lastly, on October 29th, you’ll be able to catch The Expecting, a sci-fi thriller that tells the story of a strange pregnancy. As well as on Roku devices, The Roku Channel is available on the web, , mobile devices and some .
In August, Roku added to its streaming library. The company is also working on its first original film, , which continues the story of the canceled NBC show Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist.
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