By Cosmopolitan Philippines — 28 Feb 2019
In October 2018, Netflix Philippines announced that movies such as Heneral Luna, BuyBust, Kita Kita, and Beauty And The Bestie will be available on the streaming service starting November. In January, Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral was released and we got to see Paulo Avelino on the ~small screen~!
Good news: Now we can stream MORE of our fave Pinoy flicks! Together with the rest of the Twitterverse, we noticed that there are now more local films available on Netflix! They’ve even included the iconic Four Sisters And A Wedding and LizQuen and KathNielfilms to the roster.
Needless to say, these people are freaking out and so are we:
PSA: The Oscar deserving movie, FOUR SISTERS AND A WEDDING is now available for streaming in @netflix OMG
Spread the word chararats! pic.twitter.com/oiEF4Vp78y
— ᴏᴋᴀʏ ᴄᴏᴏʟ (@paulxsese) February 27, 2019
FYI, a bunch of Filipino films just arrived on Netflix. Get on it, folks! 🥰🥰🥰 pic.twitter.com/PtwPNJ2lgm
— Kuhang Kuha (@KuhangKuhaFilms) February 27, 2019
NETFLIX IS ADDING SO MANY FILIPINO MOVIES BRUHHFHSNNFMD pic.twitter.com/fbx8oNCK4G
— ella (@knjscafe) February 27, 2019
Yup. Netflix just uploaded a shit ton of Filipino movies, mostly from ABS-CBN pic.twitter.com/mPxJ93hjOM
— Jan Carlo Gavile (@JannieGavile) February 27, 2019
they put filipino movies on Netflix me and my mom bout to have a marathon
— aleia (@etherealpjjm) February 28, 2019
Here’s a list of all the Filipino movies streaming on Netflix right now:
This article was first published here.