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Expect quality Pinoy films, and new seasons this June!
Update your watch list this June with 10 more exciting Netflix releases, including new seasons, proudly Pinoy films, and Kim Soo Hyun's highly anticipated return to the silver screen as the lead star for tvN's romantic drama, It's Okay Not to Be Okay.Jo Koy's jokes fueled
It's not a love story—or at least not one you'd expect.
Netflix’s Cyrano de Bergerac-inspired teen movie The Half of It had the internet talking when its trailer first came out. A coming-of-age romantic dramedy, it adds a queer twist to the classic Cyrano plot line. Written and directed by Alice Wu, the
We can't wait!
Update your watch list this May with 10 more exciting Netflix releases, including Ryan Murphy’s dazzling period drama, Hollywood, and the much-anticipated LGBT coming-of-age dramedy The Half of It.In this Cyrano de Bergerac-inspired coming-of-age dramedy, shy straight-A student Ellie agrees to write love letters for sweet,
She also joined the Spanish version of 'Americal Idol' in 2011!
You've probably watched Spanish film The Platform, or El Hoyo, by now. We're sure you got more than a few super memorable quotes from it as well! But did you know that the actress who plays Miharu in the movie is actually
Some of these are quite surprising!
So if you're privileged enough to find yourself with so much free time because of the enhanced community quarantine, then today must be Day XX of you wasting away in front of the screen watching Netflix. RIGHT? Right. And since most of
It includes Lee Min-ho's TV comeback!
Update your watch list this April with 10 more exciting Netflix releases, including Lee Min-Ho's much-awaited comeback TV series, The King: Eternal Monarch.Set in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, Netflix's upcoming young adult series follows a tight-knit group of teenagers from
Including the recently added "Never Not Love You" starring James Reid and Nadine Lustre!
There’s a reason both mainstream and indie Filipino romance films are such a hit with audiences. It’s the dream they sell us on—the are-they-real-or-not love team, the unexpected reunion of childhood sweethearts, and the perseverance of love no matter the circumstance. Whether
Because "Netflix & chill" month has arrived.
As Valentine’s Day rounds the corner, it’s the perfect time of the year to scour through Netflix for the perfect date night flick. While we’ve got To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You to watch out for on February 12,
It's a K-drama-filled Valentine's month.
Get ready for a loved-up February as Netflix provides your "Netflix and chill" marathons this romance month with quite the selection of new Korean dramas. Plus, let's not forget that To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You is set for
Brimming with charm, wit, and introspection, The Two Popes is one of the most insightful yet entertaining films to stream on Netflix.
There are films, and then there are prestige films: large, often dramatic pieces that feature an assemblage of A-list actors—usually those with extensive theater experience under their belt—and sweeping plot lines that are set against serious themes that fall within social or
Can you handle a good scare?
Tired from a dull, entirely mundane day? Step into the supernatural and disturbing for a binge-watching scare-fest with some of the best horror movies currently on Netflix. Whether you choose to watch with a group of friends, or you’d rather sit alone
Happy holidays, indeed!
Our Netflix subscription is a gift that keeps on giving. Aside from the slew of new K-dramas joining their library this December, the streaming site continues to come out with new binge-worthy content all month long.Read up on the new shows and
Have a holly, jolly, romantic Christmas.
The most wonderful time of the year is fast approaching, which calls for light and cheesy romantic flicks that will get us in the perfect mood for Christmas. Below, check out 10 holiday rom-coms on Netflix that you should binge-watch this Yuletide season.Looking
Prince Charles’ love story with Camila Shand will keep you glued to your screen.
Disclaimer: I am an avid fan of The Crown. There’s something about its storytelling that makes it feel like you’re watching this exquisite and award-winning novel as it unravels right in front of your eyes. It’s a feast for the senses—visually and
Keep it light and easy.
We've all been there—mindlessly scrolling through Netflix with the intent of watching something, only to end up 45 minutes later still on the homescreen and feeling like you just wasted an embarrassing amount of your life. You don't have the patience or
If you loved The Princess Switch, then this one's a must-watch for you!
Vanessa Hudgens is putting us in the mood for the holidays once again with yet another Netflix Christmas film—just a year after The Princess Switch came out. This time around, in The Knight Before Christmas, Vanessa plays Brooke, a kind school teacher jaded by
Looking for the perfect flick to kick off your holidays?
Start out your holidays early with Netflix's upcoming teen romance film, Let It Snow. Based on the best-selling novel by young adult genre favorites John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle, it follows the intertwined lives of a group of high school
Have a scary Halloween!
If you're not much for dressing up and partying on Halloween night, there's always the lazy girl's equally thrilling option: Netflix and chill! Whether you're cozying up with your friends or braving through a night of horror flicks by yourself, Netflix has
Grab a pack of tissues and catch all the feels!
No matter how cynical the world may seem, you have to admit we’ve all got that daydreaming lover girl brewing in us, just waiting for that meet-cute movie moment (if you haven’t had it yet), to happen. And in this internet era
Watch the full trailer of "The King" here!
Timothee Chalamet has always been known for his messy luscious curls, so much so that his magical locks have whole article features of their own. Save, of course, for those few months where he was seen rocking a peculiar and now infamous