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Quibi’s ‘Survive’ Teaser: Sophie Turner, Corey Hawkins Are Stranded, Freezing and ‘Truly Screwed’ (Video)

Their characters, Jane and Paul, are in a fight for their lives with just ”one rule“

Last Updated: February 9, 2020 @ 8:41 AM

Sophie Turner, a.k.a. the Queen in the North, is back in the cold in Quibi’s first teaser for its upcoming thriller “Survive” — only this time the “Game of Thrones” alum isn’t fighting White Walkers to stay alive, but the frigid conditions she’s found herself in after a plane crash.

In the 52-second clip, which you can view above, Turner’s character Jane is flying home after a stint in a treatment center where she appears to have been recovering from something (note the group-therapy session and pill bottles) but we don’t know what, and we don’t have time to find out, seeing as that aircraft doesn’t make it to its final destination.

Now Jane and Paul (Corey Hawkins), the only two passengers to live through the crash, are “totally screwed” and need to find a way to live through the horrifying situation they’ve found themselves in. And they have just “one rule” — “survive.”

Here’s the official description for “Survive,” which is one of Quibi’s “Movies in Chapters,” with each chapter being 10 minutes or less:

When Jane’s (Turner) plane crashes on a remote snow-covered mountain, she must pull herself out of the wreckage and fight for her life alongside Paul (Hawkins), the only other remaining survivor. Together they embark on a harrowing journey out of the wilderness, battling brutal conditions and personal traumas in this thrilling drama based on the critically acclaimed novel “Survive” by Alex Morel.

Starring Turner and Hawkins, “Survive” was written by Richard Abate and Jeremy Ungar and directed by Mark Pellington. Executive producers include Van Toffler, Floris Bauer and Barry Barclay for Gunpowder & Sky. Cary Granat, Ed Jones and Richard Abate are producers.

“Survive” hails from EMH Consulting Group, Inc. and Gunpowder & Sky.

Quibi is set to launch on April 6. It’ll cost $4.99 per month for ad-supported streaming, and $7.99 for ad-free service. Katzenberg and Whitman gave the world its first look at Quibi last month at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, revealing that the service will have 175 new shows in its first year.