The Valentine season is all about familiar stories of love but set the digital age on iWant TV as it keeps you company with “Love Connects,” a series of shorts about romance in the digital age.
“On/Offline” pits Monica against Darryl, active social media users who belong to rival schools. Their firm and contrasting opinions often lead them to clash under the guise of their online personalities. But when they meet by chance, they fall in love. Can they overcome their online personas and find a lasting connection?
Meanwhile, in “Joshua’s Song,” a budding musician struggles to reveal his true self to his family. He is unable to put his feelings into words but articulates his struggles through song. The song remains unfinished as he searches for acceptance within himself and one day, with his family.
In “LDR,” Cholo and Lesley’s three-year relationship that has lasted despite the distance is being tested by, of all things, traffic. To make the relationship work, the couple communicates online, but the traffic, time difference, and communication issues threaten their bond.
Viewers can watch anytime, anywhere by creating an account on iwantv.com.ph and by downloading the latest iWant TV App version from Google Play and the App Store. iWant TV is available to all ABS-CBNmobile, Smart, Sun, Talk ‘n Text, PLDT Home, Globe and TM subscribers. Visitiwantv.com.ph to access iWant TV’s content.
iWant TV is ABS-CBN’s over-the-top content platform exclusively available in the Philippines. It gives Kapamilya fans access to their favorite shows online, wherever they go at any time they want. Users can keep up with Kapamilya teleseryes, shows, actors, and have access to exclusive content, with iWant TV’s vast library of content, categorized and labelled conveniently.
Rapidly transitioning into a digital company, ABS-CBN leads all media networks in bringing its content online to address the change in the Filipinos’ viewing habits. Aside from radio and television, ABS-CBN has also become the leader in the local music, film, cable TV, and publishing industries and is also the pioneer of digital television in the country.