ABS-CBN signed distribution deals that will make the Jericho Rosales starrer Magpahanggang Wakas available in Southeast Asian countries Vietnam and Myanmar.
Viet Content, a media group into content acquisition and distribution, is bringing Magpahanggang Wakas (I’ll Never Say Goodbye) to Vietnamese viewers. In the series, Jericho is reunited with a long-lost love in Arci Muñoz, but they must choose between continuing their love and forgetting it.
Meanwhile, media company S&E Syndication signed to continue airing the recently concluded Asintado in Myanmar, which stars Julia Montes, as a young woman searching for her sister while trying to get revenge against the people who destroyed their family.
Canal +, a premium cable channel, will bring The Better Half to Myanmar. The show features a love square with Carlo Aquino, Shaina Magdayao, Denise Laurel, and JC de Vera, tainted with obsession and jealousy.
ABS-CBN shows like Pangako Sa ‘Yo, La Luna Sangre, The Legal Wife, and Bridges of Love have aired in other Southeast Asian countries like Thailand and Cambodia.
ABS-CBN’s content, popular for its heartfelt Filipino stories, is made available across other territories through ABS-CBN International Distribution, recognized in the global arena as a reliable foreign content provider. It has been a premier source of high quality Filipino programming in over 50 territories all over the world and has sold over 40,000 hours of content worldwide. Living up to this recognition, ABS-CBN International Distribution commits to add to its line-up of high-caliber programs and movies with cast and storylines that appeal to various cultures. Visit its website http://internationalsales.abs-cbn.com.
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