Will Arnett’s horoscope must have told him that great news is heading his way.
The short-form content platform has ordered another 26-week run of the show, which airs five episodes per week. For the keen mathematicians, that equals a whopping 130 more episodes.
“Your Daily Horoscope,” produced by Arnett and Tom Werner, is a daily series that follows the mishaps of twelve millennial zodiac characters who work at a technology start-up called Estrella. The characters have personalities that coincide with their astrological signs and each have a storyline that provides “useful astrological guidance.”
“It’s been so fun to see this series take shape since it premiered in July: the animation, the comedy, and the astrology. We’re thrilled that Quibi is bringing us back so we continue to deliver for the audience,” said Arnett of the renewal. “People are watching every single day to get a laugh and their horoscope- just as I predicted they would!”
News of the pick up comes after Quibi snagged its first ever Emmys. The platform’s two statuettes both went to actors (Laurence Fishburne and Jasmine Cephas Jones) from “#FreeRayshawn,” a police drama from from executive producer Antoine Fuqua.
“Your Daily Horoscope” also hails from and digital media company ATTN:.
“We’re so excited that ‘Your Daily Horoscope’ has been such a success for Quibi,” said Jessie Surovell, ATTN:’s head of TV development. “It’s really distinct from anything else out there, both in style and substance, so we’re not surprised the fans keep coming back for more, making it Quibi’s number one daily show.”
“Your Daily Horoscope is Quibi’s original animated daily series serving up all of your astrology needs. Whether you are searching for answers in the arenas of work, life or love — this show offers humorous daily predictions for every astrological sign, every single day. Our audience wants to check in daily to get their horoscopes, and we’ve seen that with the success of this series,” added Becky Brooks, head of lifestyle and daily programming at Quibi. “We are proud of our partnership with ATTN and Electric Ave — and are excited about the popularity of this ambitious show that delivers 60 new episodes each week and look forward to many more episodes.”
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