iWantTFC users in the Philippines can now binge-watch 10,000 hours worth of local and international movies and shows and enjoy original offerings as the streaming service gives free access to its library.
By downloading the iWantTFC app or visiting iwanttfc.com, users can now watch the advanced episodes of ABS-CBN’s current primetime shows FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano, Huwag Kang Mangamba, Init Sa Magdamag, and La Vida Lena two days before their TV broadcast.
Aside from the existing iWantTFC originals on the platform, users can expect more new titles arriving this year, including Charlie Dizon’s romance drama My Sunset Girl, which streams on July 14.
Sylvia Sanchez and Ria Atayde also make a quirky mom-daughter tandem in Mrs. Piggy, which examines the joys and pains of a rich self-made woman and her family.
Adrian Lindayag and Keann Johnson are reuniting in the original series Love Beneath the Stars, where they will reprise their roles from their hit 2020 MMFF coming-of-age boys’ love (BL) movie The Boy Foretold by the Stars.
Hoy Love You also welcomes Ritz Azul in its second season and will continue to explore the next chapter in the lives of Jules, Marge, Charles, and Kara (Joross Gamboa, Roxanne Guinoo, Aljon Mendoza, and Karina Bautista).
iWantTFC, the home of Filipino stories, has also added to its roster proudly Pinoy originals from Brightlight Productions, such as Korina Sanchez’s news magazine and lifestyle show Rated Korina. Users can also get joy and laughter from comedy shows Oh My Dad and Sunday Kada, and the romcom I Got You.
Soon, the platform will add four more Thai boys’ love series, namely Baker Boys, Bad Buddy, Enchante, and Not Me, to its growing collection of offerings from Thai producer GMMTV.
Users can also binge-watch over a thousand movies, with the newest ones being Star Cinema’s 2020 movies Boyette: Not A Girl Yet and My Lockdown Romance. The iWantTFC-exclusive Tripol Trobol, the two-part director’s cut of the action-packed romcom 3pol Trobol: Huli Ka Balbon! top-billed by Ai-Ai delas Alas, Jennylyn Mercado, and Coco Martin.
Gamers and streamers are also welcome in The Gaming House, Tier One Entertainment’s Big Brother-style reality show where ten aspiring content creators battle it out to become the next big star in the e-sports scene.
Users in the Philippines can enjoy all of these for free, while those who would like to binge-watch them without ads can get a premium subscription worth P119 monthly.
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