“The Worst Of Evil” is dark and intriguing. But hints a sentimental side. The series is now streaming on Disney+.
“Moving” tells the story of students with superpowers, and their parents–also with special abilities–who try to hide their secrets from the world.
“King The Land” easily checked all the boxes of a good classic Korean romantic comedy series. Here are 7 reasons to watch this ongoing drama on Netflix.
“Curtain Call” is now streaming via Prime Video PH.
“Forecasting Love And Weather” tells the story of those who are working for the KMA…
A nostalgic series that’s relatable in the present time.
“Record Of Youth” is a slice-of-life and coming-of-age drama that features true-to-life themes and relatable content.
Nevertheless, despite the slightly more mature themes, the series still maintains grace and elegance through its artful cinematography.
As we get older, we tend to think that our best day were when we were younger — specifically, if we were still in our college years. But, when we were at our “ideal” age, did we really felt like it was the best time of our lives?
Will grandpa Deok Cheol learn how to dance, and will Chae Rok eventually become a successful ballerina?
If you’re still thinking whether you should try watching #ViuOriginal series “River Where The Moon Rises” starring Kim So Hyun, Jisoo, and Kang Ha Neul, here are 7 reasons why you should.
“Zombie Detective,” combines humor and mystery minus the nerve-wracking horror set-up, giving the series a fresh take from the somehow undying zombie genre.