Itching to marathon a series but don’t know which one to commit to? Name the mood you’re currently in and iWantTFC will do the rest! Whether you’re craving inspiration, a laugh to last the day, or a full-on emotional catharsis, there’s always a perfect choice to watch on iWantTFC, which offers an array of stories for you to ‘feel your feels’ and fit your every mood.
For those who would also like to feel inspired and empowered this National Women’s Month, the streaming platform has a wealth of shows that highlight women’s strength, passion, and fearlessness.
Power through your different moods by streaming these movies and series on iWantTFC:
1. Feel inspired by strong female leads
Celebrate Women’s Month with your sisters and girlfriends by watching relatable and powerful iWantTFC original series such as “My Single Lady,” “Call Me Tita,” “Beauty Queens,” “Taiwan That You Love,” “Past, Present, Perfect,” “Fluid,” “I Am U,” and “Loving Emily.” Learn how to be a girl boss and be unapologetically you from Erich Gonzales’ “La Vida Lena” and Angel Locsin’s “The General’s Daughter.”
Stories about fierce women out to prove themselves are also highlighted in Kapamilya teleseryes such as “Love Thy Woman,” “The Blood Sisters,” “Doble Kara,” “Wildflower,” “Ina, Kapatid Anak,” “Magkaribal,” and “Dyosa.”
2. Feel the romance
Grab your significant other and fall in love all over again with Toni Gonzaga and Piolo Pascual’s “Starting Over Again” and watch the story of best friends turned lovers Dingdong Dantes and Bea Alonzo in “She’s The One.”
The ups and downs of a romantic relationship can also be watched in the iWantTFC original movie “Malaya,” while “Isa Pa With Feelings” features Maine Mendoza’s character falling in love with her deaf neighbor (Carlo Aquino). Or if you’re looking to watch a steamy love affair, you can catch Anne Curtis and Marco Gumabao in “Just A Stranger.”
3. Feel the drama
If you’re into heavy drama consisting of intense confrontation scenes, emotional plot twists, or vengeful redemption storylines, teleseryes such as “Ina, Kapatid, Anak,” “Doble Kara,” and “Wildflower,” will surely be up your alley.
Luis Manzano, John Lloyd Cruz, and Vilma Santos’ “In My Life” will also touch the hearts of viewers as it revolves around a mother coming to terms with her gay son and his lover.
4. Feel the love of family
While lockdown has limited our interaction with our loved ones, we can still feel the love of family with these family-oriented movies and series.
Family members reunite and attempt to fix their broken relationships when one of them is diagnosed with an illness in “The Greatest Love” and “Seven Sundays.” In “A Mother’s Story,” Pokwang portrays an OFW who struggles to live a comfortable and happy life away from her family, while 1999’s “Wansapanataym The Movie” deals with a child in search of her long-lost father.
5. Feel the suspense and thrill
Terrifying surprises are in store in Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia’s “Block Z," while a group of teenagers are forced to deal with extra-terrestrial evils in the iWantTFC original “Spirits Reawaken.”
Suspenseful twists also await viewers in “Halik sa Hangin,” where Gerald Anderson plays Julia Montes’ lover with a dark secret, and in the classic film “Shake Rattle and Roll.” The iWantTFC original movie “Ma” will also keep viewers at the edge of their seats with its frightening scenes.
6. Feel the action
Get your heart racing and prepare for action-packed scenes in Anne Curtis’ “Dyosa,” Coco Martin’s “Juan dela Cruz,” and Fernando Poe Jr.’s “Ang Panday.”
Follow along in the adventures of LizQuen’s fantasy drama series “Bagani” and in the 1996 film “Ang TV The Move: The Adarna Adventure” starring Camille Prats, Jolina Magdangal, Paolo Contis, Patrick Garcia, and Angelica Panganiban.
7. Feel the joy and laughter
They say laughter is the best medicine, so why not cheer yourself up by watching iWantTFC’s list of comedy titles?
Start off with “Abangan ang Susunod na Kabanata,” a political satire sitcom with a star-studded cast led by Tessie Tomas, Roderick Paulate, Anjo Yllana, and Nova Villa. You can never go wrong with classic comedy series such as Dolphy’s “Home Along Da Riles” and the adventures and misadventures of Aga Muhlach in “Okidokidok.”
iWantTFC also offers original comedy series such as Eugene Domingo’s mockumentary “Ang Babae Sa Septik Tank,” and “Alamat ng Ano,” a series that highlights the humor of Pinoys and their love for storytelling.
8. Feel inspired by real-life stories
If you’re looking for inspiration or want to learn more about a certain topic, multiple documentaries about socially relevant issues and real-life events can be streamed on iWantTFC.
Gain insights about life and writing in “Trip to Quiapo,” a five-episode documentary based on Ricky Lee’s best-selling manuscript where he shares valuable writing tips. “Radical Love,” meanwhile, features the emotional story of Cherry Pie Picache after her mother was gruesomely murdered.
Viewers can also watch the award-winning documentary “’Di Ka Pasisiil” about the realities and struggles during the 2017 Marawi siege and “Docu Central Presents,” which features important stories and significant events that have affected the Philippines.
9. Feel nostalgic with these classics
If you feel like reliving some of the best films in Philippine cinema, you can also find these in iWantTFC’s library of classics. Begin with John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo’s ‘hugot’-filled movie “One More Chance” and feel the ‘kilig’ as well in “Milan,” starring Piolo Pascual and Claudine Barretto.
Classic films about separating from one’s family and the harsh realities of losing a parent can also be found in the heart-wrenching movie “Anak,” Patrick Garcia’s “Batang PX,” and “Cedie.”
Find your feels by watching these movies and series on the iWantTFC app (iOs and Android) or on iwanttfc.com. Viewers can also enjoy watching on a bigger screen through select devices on VEWD, ROKU streaming devices, select Samsung Smart TV models, and Telstra TV for global users. For the complete list of compatible devices, sign in instructions, and account activation, visit https://iwanttfc.com/help#tfc-on-smart-tv.
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