Trivia Quest, A Daily Interactive Game Show, Is Coming to Netflix

Trivia Quest: For most people, Netflix is still the best place to watch shows and movies when they’re available to stream.

For a while now, it has been clear that the company wants to make itself known in the gaming space.

The company has approved Trivia Quest, a daily interactive trivia show based on the Trivia Crack series. This is a first for Netflix.

“We’re excited to try new things in this space and find new ways to keep our members entertained and new ways for them to interact with Netflix.”

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Andy Weil, VP of Comedy Series and Interactive Programming, said in a blog post about the new show. “What happens next is up to you!”

Starting on April 1, we’ll be able to watch daily episodes of Trivia Quest on Netflix for the whole month.

There will be 30 episodes total. Every episode will have 24 different questions.

There will be 12 standard questions and 12 more difficult ones. As a bonus, the categories covered are science, history, art, and geography.

People should start putting their money where their mouth is.

It’s always possible to go back and do the quiz again if you don’t get the correct answer the first time.

The new game, Trivia Quest, will also have a storyline.

It will take viewers on a journey to save the animated people of Trivia Land with the help of the heroic Willy.

The bad guy, Evil Rocky, wants to keep all of the knowledge in the world for himself, and Willy can’t stand that.

You will start saving the kidnapped characters in Trivia Quest when you get enough points.

The game will be delivered in animations based on some of Netflix’s most popular shows.

As soon as the show is released, you will be able to watch it on smart TVs, streaming media players, game consoles, computers with web browsers, and Android phones and tablets.

You will also be able to use iPhones, iPads, and iPods.