New season of “Hoy Love You,” “Click, Like, Share” and more Kathryn movies
iWantTFC continues to offer free streaming of binge-worthy entertainment with new offerings dropping this September, such as Janine Gutierrez’s first ABS-CBN teleserye, a docu series on BINI and BGYO, new episodes of “Hoy Love You” and “Click, Like, Share,” and a first-of-its-kind Pinoy Big Brother-style gaming reality show.
Subscribers of iWantTFC will be the first to catch the premiere of “Marry Me, Marry You,” Janine Gutierrez and Paulo Avelino’s new drama about finding love and marrying into one’s family. The series starts streaming on iWantTFC on September 11, and its latest episodes will be seen first on the platform two days before their TV broadcast.
Global P-Pop groups BINI and BGYO open up about their pre- and post-launch journey in the nine-episode “One Dream: The BINI x BGYO Journey.” The show presents the beginnings of Star Hunt Academy that trained both rookie groups, the adjustments and sacrifices they made while training and immersing in the idol life, and their preparations for their upcoming sibling concert. A new episode drops every Saturday at 10 PM.
On September 25, “The Gaming House,” Tier One Entertainment’s PBB-style reality show, also premieres and finally introduces its ten housemates who will battle it out to become the next big icon in the gaming scene.
The digital anthology series “Click, Like, Share” also offers more cautionary tales about using social media starring Janella Salvador, Tony Labrusca, Barbie Imperial, Jerome Ponce, and Maymay Entrata, with each episode streaming every Friday at 8:30 PM. The new season explores the dangers of oversharing, a dating app match gone wrong, a photo-editing job that leads to a murder case, and a deadly online selling ploy.
Also streaming this September 11 is the iWantTFC original family dramedy “Hoy Love You Two,” which follows the struggles and joys of having a blended family, with Joross Gamboa and Roxanne Guinoo-Yap returning to their roles and Ritz Azul’s new character coming between them.
iWantTFC has also given subscribers in the Philippines free access to two more Kathryn Bernardo’s blockbuster hits. There is “Can’t Help Falling in Love,” where she unknowingly and accidentally gets married to Daniel Padilla, and the highest-grossing Filipino film of all time, “Hello Love Goodbye,” where Kathryn gambles on love and her ambitions with Alden Richards.
Adrian Lindayag and Keann Johnson, meanwhile, stretch the boundaries of their love in the remaining episodes of “Love Beneath the Stars.” After sharing a kiss at their conservative all-boys Catholic school, they will have to confront their own questions about their future and the backlash against their relationship.
Users in the Philippines can enjoy all of these for free by downloading the iWantTFC app (iOs and Android) or registering for an account on iwanttfc.com. iWantTFC has an extensive library of over 10,000 hours of regularly updated content, including currently airing ABS-CBN shows, Kapamilya classics, over 1,000 movies, newscasts, lifestyle programs, award-winning documentaries, originals, religious programs, and acquired series from Thailand’s GMMTV.
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