Netflix is implementing a new release pattern for its 10-episode hip-hop competition series Rhythm + Flow.
Picked up straight-to-series in November, the show -- hosted by Cardi B, Chance the Rapper and Tip "T.I." Harris -- will air over three weeks. The first batch of four episodes will launch Wednesdays, Oct. 9 and feature the audition process. Week two, launching Oct. 16, will consist of episodes five through seven and cover cyphers, rap battles and music videos. The series will conclude Wednesday, Oct. 23 with episodes eight through 10 and cover samples, collaborations and the finale. (Watch the trailer for Rhythm + Flow, below.)
Rhythm + Flow is the streaming giant's first music competition series and features industry legends in a multiple-city (covering L.A., New York, Atlanta and Chicago) search for undiscovered artists. John Legend, Ty Stiklorius and Mike Jackson's Get Lifted, Gaspin and his Gaspin Media, Jesse Collins and his Jesse Collins Entertainment exec produce alongside Nikki Boella, Jeff Pollack, Cardi B., Chance the Rapper and Harris.