Roku is ramping up its library with three new originals arriving throughout the month of November, Bill Burr Presents Immoral Compass, Ten Weeks, and Player vs Player with Trevor Noah.
In dark comedy Bill Burr Presents Immoral Compass, Rick (played by Bill Burr) rants about many topics he wishes someone had educated him on thirty years ago. We see sketches play out these topics with hilarious, but also tragic, outcomes. The series is executive produced by John Irwin, Burr, Al Madrigal, Mike Bertolina and Falbo and co-executive produced by Liza Keckler. The series premiered on Friday, November 5th.
Documentary Ten Weeks gives streamers a rare inside look into Basic Combat Training (a.k.a. Boot Camp), as five Army recruits through their extraordinary transformation from civilians into soldiers. For the first time in over two decades, the U.S. Army has allowed cameras to capture an unfiltered inside look at ten weeks of training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. The series was executive produced by Jason Blum, Jeremy Gold, Marci Wiseman, Mary Lisio, Chris Rowe, David Gale, Chase Millsap, Colonel Jack Jacobs, Val Nicholas. Chris Rowe directed the series and Brandon Waite produced. The series premieres on Thursday, November 11th.
In this series developed and hosted by Trevor Noah, Player vs Player with Trevor Noah shows Trevor take a known console game and goes head-to-head with various gamers and celebrities while discussing topics to their respective backgrounds as well as the game itself. The series is executive produced by Trevor Noah. The series premieres on Friday, November 19th
These new launches are the latest Roku Originals to debut on the platform following 23 Roku Original titles in August 2021 and Roku’s first batch of 30 Originals in May 2021.
Source: Cord Cutters News