Adjusting to the new normal has been difficult for everyone, but no matter what happens, #TuloyAngBuhay! We will always find reasons to continue fighting and loving. ABS-CBN’s new, exciting reel and real stories will pull you through tough times, bounce back, and move forward!
Here are some of ABS-CBN’s digital shows that you can watch on OKS, iWant, Facebook, Kumu, and YouTube to keep you moving forward this August:
1. Get into uncharted territory.
Now is the time to get involved in new endeavors! Find what really makes you happy and passionate, and work towards it.
Get inspiration from Star Hunt talents as they interact with their fans through engaging conversations about love and life and showcasing of talent in “Star Hunt Originals on Kumu.” In “MNL Presents: Bye Us,” two friends must decipher what is truly between them as their friendship is tested when the other decides to move to Japan.
Meanwhile, jazz up your Sundays by watching the famous ASAP concert experience in “iWant ASAP,” the first-ever live in-app musical variety show for Kapamilya netizens.
2. Cherish the people who keep you going.
Do not take the power of support system for granted. It’s really important to be surrounded by people who understand, care, and encourage you in your journey.
Follow the newly forged fellowship of three foreign students in reality show “Diversity,” and listen to legendary Filipino tales from celebrity storytellers such as Catriona Gray, Pia Wurtzbach, and Apl De Ap in “Bahay Book Club.”
Host DJ Jhai Ho and Rise Artist Studio also continue to bring camaraderie and personal stories of hope in “We Rise Together,” while Ebony and Ivory spice up our afternoons in “Breaktime sa Showtime” with fun banters and interactive games.
3. Embrace love in times of trial.
Facing the unknown is scary as it is, but holding someone’s hand as you muster through it is one of life’s greatest gifts.
If you’re craving feel-good romantic stories, watch Sarawat (Bright Vachirawit) and Tine (Win Metawin) in the Tagalized Thai series “Still 2gether,” the sequel to “2gether,” where the new couple balances their duties as both individuals and romantic partners. Another Thai series, “Come To Me” finds Mes (Singto Prachaya) and Thun (Ohm Pawat), a ghost and a human trying to find a way to be together.
Meanwhile, immerse yourself in the first interactive boy love (BL) digital series from Kumu and Firestarters Production entitled "Kumusta Bro?"
The online digital shows are produced by ABS-CBN Films, Star Cinema, Kumu, Black Sheep, RISE, TVDG, Star Music, Star Magic, Cinema One, TFC, and OKS.
Watch all these for free and check out the complete catalogue of shows on oks.abs-cbn.com.