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iWantTFC unveils amazing content offerings to celebrate Women's History Month this March

March 04, 2022 AT 11:50 AM

iWantTFC unveils amazing content offerings to celebrate Women's History Month this March

The world's leading Filipino streaming platform curates a star-studded line-up of women-centric content

SAN FRANCISCO, CA.  - The closing month of the first quarter - March - is already here, but to millions around the world, March is Women's History Month which has been observed yearly in the U.S. since 1987. Meanwhile, International Women's Day was adopted by the United Nations as far back as 1977.
Women's History Month celebrates women's contributions to history, culture, and society.  International Women's Day celebrates women today as effective, powerful leaders and change-makers for sustainability initiatives around the world.
But perhaps one of the best tributes to women came from St John Paul the Great (Pope Saint John Paul II) who in his "Letters to Women", wrote:  "Thank you, every woman, for the simple fact of being a woman! Through the insight, which is so much a part of your womanhood, you enrich the world's understanding and help to make human relations more honest and authentic."
It is in this light that iWantTFC, the leading Filipino streaming service in the world, is unveiling from its expansive library of content offerings -- originals, films, and television series -- that celebrate the essence of this month for women.  
  1. Jodi Sta. Maria in "The Broken Marriage Vow" and "My Single Lady" - Jodi as Jill Ilustre in "The Broken Marriage Vow" refuses to play victim to her husband's infidelity and tries to gain back the dignity that she believes was taken away by her husband's betrayal. In "My Single Lady", Jodi plays a single mother whose focus is her 7-year-old son even as two attractive men chase after her heart.
  1. Angelica Panganiban, Loisa Andallo, Barbie Imperial, Maris Racal, and Elisse Joson in "The Goodbye Girl" - This series has six episodes which tackle the ways different women characters cope to overcome failed relationships. They realize the importance of dignified self-love and debunk the social stigma of being single. 

 3. Iza Calzado in "Loving Emily" 
- Iza as Emily faces a complex role of a woman going through midlife crisis and being forced to choose between a miserable family life and an uncertain future with a younger man she falls in love with.
  1. Cherry Pie Picache, Mylene Dizon, Agot Isidro, and Joanna Ampil in "Call Me Tita" - The happy-go-lucky, tight group of four middle-aged women learns to navigate the twists and turns of life that include the sudden disappearance of one of their best friends.  They realize that growing old together means discovering a greater sense of purpose in life.

  1. Gloria Diaz in "Beauty Queens" - Miss Universe 1969 Gloria Diaz stars as the matriarch of a family whose goal in life is to have her children follow in her footsteps.  The series sheds light on the real struggles of seemingly perfect people in the beauty pageant industry.

  1. Kathryn Bernardo in "Hello, Love, Goodbye" - In this highest grossing Filipino film of all time, Kathryn is Joy, a nursing graduate who is compelled by economic reasons to become a domestic helper in Hong Kong. While there, she faces the tough decision on whether to pursue her dreams in life for herself and her family or be with a man who is ready to start a new life with her in the city.  Joy realizes that not everyone you meet will be permanent in your life. Sometimes, you meet them for a season, so you end up becoming a better person.

  1. Angelica Panganiban and Bea Alonzo in "Unbreakable" - Having a best friend is a true blessing because it is so reassuring to have someone who has your back unconditionally. But what happens if the mutual trust is broken?  When an unexpected tragedy strikes, best friends Mariel and Deena (Bea and Angelica) face the ultimate test of their friendship.

  1. Nadine Lustre in "Never Not Love You" - Having the courage to leave someone you deeply care for is a courageous act.  In this romantic drama, Joanne (played by Nadine) learns the hard way when she leaves her boyfriend who she loves so much.  In the process, Joanne discovers her self-worth and new paths to bigger dreams and happiness.

  1. Sharon Cuneta in "Caregiver" - In this award-winning film which also garnered a Movie Actress of the Year award from the Philippine Movie Press Club for Sharon in 2009, Sharon plays Sarah who makes the hard decision to leave her son and her job as a schoolteacher in the Philippines for a better paying caregiving job in London.  However, her dreams for her family start crashing when she experiences abuse overseas.  Sarah's fortitude is put to the ultimate test as she struggles to find herself and her dignity in her work.      

  1. Maricel Soriano in "Mila" - Based on a true story, Maricel gives life to Mila, a teacher whose commitment to her students is unmatched, treating each student as a child.  Her advocacy for her fellow public school teachers is tested as she fights for fair wages and benefits. 
All these are available on the iWantTFC app on iOS and Android and website ( via an iWantTFC Premium susbcription for only USD 12.99 a month in the U.S. and CAD 9.99.  New eligible users can enjoy streaming FREE for 30 days.
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