Roku announced it has acquired the entire Quibi catalog, which will be offered for free on The Roku Channel.

Confirming the rumors, Roku announced it has acquired Quibi’s entire catalog, a total of 75 original shows that can now be seen for free (and with advertising) on The Roku Channel.

Neither Roku nor Quibi revealed the amount of the agreement, although according to some specialized media it would have been closed for much less than the 100 million dollars that Quibi requested.

“We are thrilled that these stories, from the surreal to the sublime, have found a new home on The Roku Channel,” Quibi co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg said in a statement.

The agreement, they added, is global in nature and includes titles that were never released on Quibi, such as Peter Farrelly’s The Now; lso Slugfest, a docuseries by the Russo brothers about Marvel vs. DC comics; or Spielberg’s After Dark, a horror series by Steven Spielberg.

Other featured shows included in the deal are Reno 911, Most Dangerous Game, Flipped, Survive, Dummy, #FreeRayshawn, 50 States of Fright, Agua Donkeys, Elba vs. Block, Chrissy’s Court, Judge Judy, Punk’d or Thanks a Million, among others.

They come from the hand of talents such as Liam Hemsworth, Christoph Waltz, Will Forte, Kaitlin Olson, Sophie Turner, Corey Hawkins, Anna Kendrick, Antoine Fuqua, Laurence Fishburne, Jasmine Cephas Jones, Idris Elba or Jennifer Lopez.

Roku revealed in the last hours that it has 51.2 million users, an increase of 39% compared to the end of 2019.

In addition, the company estimates that in the US some 61.8 million viewers had access to The Roku Channel during the last quarter of the year, almost double than last year.