Cara Delevingne is adding another title to her ever-expanding resume, and this time it’s television host. Quibi announced that Delevingne will executive produce and host a new series for the short-form streaming platform to be produced by ITV America’s Sirens Media. Delevingne has had an outstanding 2019 already, and the new show is the topper.
The company’s description of the show says, “In each episode of the show, Cara and a band of female accomplices will wreak havoc, executing a new stunt or practical joke – ranging from the ridiculous to the extreme – often putting themselves in unwieldy and unpredictable situations in the process.”
“I am so excited to be partnering with such a revolutionary streaming service like Quibi and cannot wait to unleash some necessary mischief,” said Cara Delevingne. “As someone who watches so much content on my phone, this feels like such a perfect partnership”
“Cara’s an icon in so many ways, and it’s a privilege to partner with her to develop something that authentically encapsulates her unique energy and sensibility,” added Sirens Media President Jessica Sebastian. “As far as I know, a series in this space with this level of female guidance and representation, both in front of and behind the camera, is unprecedented, and we’re ecstatic to bring this new take on the genre to the ideal platform in Quibi.”
Earlier this year, Delevingne starred in “Her Smell,” and the hit Prime Video series “Circus Row.” Over the last few years, Delevingne has been featured in Luc Besson’s “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” “Suicide Squad,” “Paper Towns,” and “London Fields.” She will also appear in Mitja Okorn’s “Life in a Year.” Delevingne’s fantasy drama “Carnival Row” has already been picked up for a second season by Amazon. Delevingne is represented by The Lede Company, WME and Sloane, Offer, Weber & Dern. The series is produced for Quibi by Sirens Media, an ITV America company, with Jessica Sebastian serving as executive producer.
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