Filipinos can now enjoy the best of local Filipino entertainment plus tagalized foreign favorites in the newest video-on-demand streaming platform POPTV.
For an affordable price of only P49 for three months (special introductory offer valid until Dec 31, 2020), subscribers can enjoy all Filipino movies from the major studios in the country – Star Cinema, Viva Films, Regal Entertainment, and TBA Studios— as well as Filipino-dubbed Pinoy favorite foreign content such as Korean dramas, animes, BL series, Asian movies and more.
“We as Filipinos love watching movies. It’s a temporary relief from our harsh realities. POPTV couldn’t have arrived at a more opportune time. In this time of crisis, we can enjoy at the comfort and safety of our homes. It’s a form of relaxation, a time to forget our problems even just for a few hours and a time to bond with our families,” said Jackeline Chua, COO of POPTV.
“Aside from content catering to the Filipino audience, we have ensured a safe and enjoyable viewing experience with our app features. They can watch in varying video qualities, search content according to titles, actors or even relatable themes, watch simultaneously with friends and family via our Watch Party feature, and hide content not suitable for young viewers with our Child-Friendly button,” explained POPTV CEO Jyotirmoy Saha.
POPTV’s library features recent local titles hits like “Write About Love,” “Kasal,” “Sin Island,” and “Kung Paano Siya Nawala” as well as unforgettable titles such as “One More Chance,” “Barcelona,” “My Ex and Whys,” “Four Sisters and a Wedding,” and “Die Beautiful.”
It also features indie films the likes of “2 Cool 2 B Forgotten,” “Baka Bukas,” and “The Day After Valentines,” and restored classics such as “Labs Kita Okey Ka Lang,” “May Minamahal,” and “Hihintayin Kita sa Langit.”
Sizzle your viewing with classic sexy drama titles such as “Scorpio Night 2,” “Gamitan,” “Balahibong Pusa,” “Hibla,” “Xerex,” “Curacha,” and “Ligaya ang Itawag Mo Sa Akin.”
Meanwhile, when it comes to tagalized favorites, POPTV offers Korean series such as “World of the Married,” “Sky Castle,” and soon “Dr Romantic 2.” It also dubbed for the first time Korean movies topbilled by popular Korean actors that includes “A Werewolf Boy” starring Song Joong-ki, “Spellbound” starring Son Ye-jin, “Thread of Lies” starring Kim Hee-ae, and “Finding Mr Destiny” starring Gong Yoo.
Anime fans wont get left behind as POPTV beefs up its anime programming. Now it offers “Food Wars,” “How Heavy Are the Dumbbells You Lift” and this month, “My Hero Academia.” It has also partnered with AniRadio+ to get the latest pulse from anime fans in an effort to bring more quality content to them.
If you are a BL fan, the POPTV also has something for you as it also carries BL series. Currently, POPTV airs “Dark Blue Kiss” starring Thai actors Tay Tawan and New Thitipoom and this Dec 15, it will air for the first time the Filipino-dubbed version of hit 2016 BL series “SOTUS” starring Thai superstars Krist Perawat and Singto Prachaya.
To download the streaming app, just search for POPTV PINAS on Google Play and App Store. Users can avail its special introductory promo of P49 for 3 months that gives them all access to POPTV’s library of local content (blockbusters, indie and classics) and dubbed Pinoy foreign favorites (KDramas, animes, BL series, asian movies, and more). For more information visit facebook.com/poptvph or visit www.poptv.ph.