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'2gether: The Series' will be streaming on ABS-CBN's platforms

Jun 07, 2020 - 4:56 PM

The Thai show will be streaming on iWant and on the new Kapamilya Channel

BRIGHTWIN. Thai actors Bright and Win appear in an episode of the hit BL show '2gether: The series.' Screenshot from Youtube.com/GMMTVSPOTLIKE

ABS-CBN postpones stream of 'The Kingmaker' on iWant

May 15, 2020 - 5:29 PM

The film's director Lauren Greenfield announces the postponement on Twitter, and says they have made the film available to Filipino viewers on other platforms

THE KINGMAKER. Lauren Greenfield's documentary on Imelda Marcos is available to Filipino viewers via Vimeo and Apple TV. Screenshot from 'The Kingmaker' trailer

'The Kingmaker' to stream for free on iWant

May 12, 2020 - 10:37 PM

Lauren Greenfield's incisive documentary on Imelda Marcos will be available on the platform on May 15

IMELDA MARCOS. The Kingmaker documents the improbable return to power of the Marcos family. Photo by Lauren Greenfield

iFlix, iWant taking steps to save bandwidth due to coronavirus

Mar 28, 2020 - 5:03 PM

Streaming video service iFlix is capping its streaming temporarily, with no content being streamed in 4K. Meanwhile, iWant is reducing its streaming bitrate by 33%.

iWant to stream ‘One More Chance,’ ‘Four Sisters and a Wedding’ and more for free

Mar 18, 2020 - 6:10 PM

Lucky enough to be able to stay home? Here's something that can fill your hours.

ONE MORE CHANCE. The John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo classic is streaming for free on iWant. Screenshot from YouTube.com/ABSstarcinema

Binge-worthy: 'Call Me Tita'

Sep 05, 2019 - 3:03 PM

The comedy-drama leaps high, but doesn’t stick the landing

A TITA WORLD. 'Call Me Tita' is iWant's latest original offering. Screenshot from iWant

ABS-CBN launches sports streaming service

Feb 28, 2019 - 8:48 AM

Get to watch live games and revisit the highlights of the UAAP, PVL, and more on iWant Sports

GOING MOBILE. Filipino sports fans can now watch local games like the UAAP anytime, anywhere. File photo by Michael Gatpandan/Rappler