Quibi describes the series as"In every episode of this series, Cara plus a group of female accomplices will wreak havoc, executing a brand new stunt or even practical joke -- ranging from the absurd to the extreme -- frequently placing themselves in unwieldy and unpredictable scenarios in the procedure."
"I am quite excited to be partnering with such a radical streaming agency such as Quibi and can't wait to unleash any essential mischief," Delevingne explained. "As somebody who watches a lot of content in my telephone, this seems like such an ideal partnership."
"Cara's an icon in lots of ways, and it is a privilege to associate with her to create something which authentically encapsulates her exceptional power and sensibility," Sirens Media president Jessica Sebastian stated. "As far as I know, a string within this area with this degree of feminine advice and representation, both in front of and behind the camerais unprecedented, and we are thrilled to deliver this fresh spin on the genre into the perfect stage in Quibi."
The show will be made by ITV America's Sirens Media. Sebastian will also function as an executive producer.
The Los Angeles-based firm which arrives out of DreamWorks co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg and company executive Meg Whitman lately included a horror anthology series which will feature"Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" celebrity Rachel Brosnahan and Christina Ricci.
Shows will simply be accessible on mobile devices, with each episode running no more than 10 minutes. The program will cost audiences $4.99 a month for ad-supported watching, or run $7.99 to get ad-free viewing once it debuts next spring.