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Entertainment Chrissy Teigen Serves 'Justice' — No Matter How Petty! — in Quibi's Chrissy's Court Trailer

22:05  26 march  2020
22:05  26 march  2020 Source:   people.com

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Court is in session!

Quibi released the first trailer for Chrissy Teigen‘s upcoming satirical courtroom drama Chrissy’s Court on Thursday.

“Hi, I’m Chrissy Teigen,” she says in the trailer. “Have you been injured on the job — even if it was your own fault? Did your roommate steal your clothes and try to sell them back to you? Did your ex borrow your phone and return it back to you with a cracked screen? You may be entitled to a cash settlement.”

In the clip, Teigen, 34, is seen wearing a judge’s robe accessorized with stacks of gold necklaces.

“Did your neighbor hit your car after a long night out? Did your ‘friend’ poison your house plant?” she continues. “Get the justice you deserve in court, Chrissy’s Court.”

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Chrissy Teigen standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: Quibi © Provided by People Quibi

On the show, Teigen reigns supreme as the “judge” over one small claims case per episode. Her mom turned “bailiff,” Pepper Thai, maintains order in the courtroom.

And in this courtroom, Chrissy’s decisions are final and binding.

“Did we get it?” she asks as the camera pans out to expose the set.

To help hold fans over until the premiere — and to celebrate the launch of Quibi on April 6 — Teigen will reside as the internet’s judge on Thursday and solve online disputes. Just tweet at Teigen and Quibi to plead your case.

Chrissy’s Court is set to premiere on Quibi in April.

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Quibi's mobile apps will get limited support for TV casts next month .
Quibi will soon start rolling out the ability cast its bite-sized shows to TVs. The new streaming platform launched without the feature in early April even though it would’ve been smart to do so, seeing as most people are sheltering in place due to COVID-19. In response to early users’ requests and complaints, the company announced a few days later it was fast-tracking its plans to let the app cast to TVs. Now, founder Jeffrey Katzenberg told Reuters that some Quibi users will be able to cast the service from their phones to their televisions starting in May.

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