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Yeah, you're going to need quality tea to trade for this one.
Aside from being in awe at the amazing talent of Filipino artists and excited to see Filipino mythology in a modern light, there's one more thing Trese had us feeling—and that's craving Choc Nut, real bad. ICYMI, the distinctly Filipino chocolate-peanut confection was featured in the show as a way
"Release the Trese bar!"
Are you too wondering where you can get your hands on a giant Choc Nut bar? The Choc Nut bar you see in the Netflix anime Trese is a bribe, a gift, from the show's main character to a sewer-dwelling creature named Nuno,
Executive producer Jay Oliva speaks up on the voice acting debate.
Trese is currently polarizing fans. Well, not the animated adaptation itself but more specifically, Liza Soberano's first foray into voice acting—which saw her immediately take up the role of the badass Lakan Alexandra Trese. Soberano's work is at the top of things
It's a collab by designer Dan Matutina and Team Manila!
ICYMI, everyone has pretty much been talking about Trese, the Filipino mythology Netflix series that's based on the popular graphic novel created by Budjette Tan and Kajo Baldisimo. Starring Liza Soberano as the voice of main character Alexandra Trese, the animated show
She only used local makeup products for this look!
Good news: Trese is finally on Netflix, and we don't want to spoil you too much, but it's seriously so good! Aside from the impressive graphics and intense storyline, one of the things we noticed is how much of a total baddie
We know you were wondering, too.
The Netflix animated series Trese has been a hot topic on social media ever since it dropped on June 13, 2021. Based on the Filipino komik series made by Budjette Tan and Kajo Baldisismo, the animated series follows the protagonist Alexandra Trese
Even professional voice actress Inka Magnaye had something to say.
At the stroke of midnight on June 11, the anime adaptation of Trese dropped. Since then it skyrocketed up in Netflix's charts across 19 countries (including the Philippines, of course), comfortably taking the number one spot. It is no surprise that Filipinos wanted
Trese only scratches the surface of the actress' range.
Trese is just days from being released to the eager anticipation of fans. Filipino actress Liza Soberano voices the main character, Alexandra Trese, in the Tagalog dub of the series, lending her starpower to the upcoming show. Trese, an urban fantasy anime,
We review the anime series and why it’s a groundbreaking production.
As someone who grew up watching anime, it’s surreal to think that we now live in an age where an original Filipino anime series exists! Thanks to Netflix, the award-winning comic Trese by Budjette Tan and Kajo Baldisimo has come to life.
Literally, "Bahala na si Batman!"
Filipinos all over the world are anticipating the drop of Netflix’s newest anime series, Trese. It’s based on an Award-winning Filipino comic that depicts a make-believe Philippines where humans and enkantos (supernatural beings based from local folklore) co-inhabit, and the Lakan named
Manny Jacinto, Jon Jon Briones, and Lou Diamond Phillips in one project? We can't wait.
The official Trese trailer is here, and we've already got goosebumps. Based on the beloved and critically acclaimed graphic novel by Budjette Tan and KaJO Baldisimo, the original Netflix anime series will premiere on June 11, just a few weeks away.Trese made
The duo we didn't know we needed!
Yes, it's true! Liza Soberano and Shay Mitchell are sharing a role on a Netflix original, and we can’t contain our excitement! The two stars have both been cast as the lead voice actresses for Alexandra Trese, the titular main character of the