If the cold weather is making you feel all the sad feelings, here’s something that will tip you just right off the edge: Dan Villegas’ Exes Baggage, starring the nation’s favorite “kayo na lang sana” couple, Carlo Aquino and Angelica Panganiban, and Cathy Garcia-Molina’s record-breaking box office hit The Hows of Us, starring Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla, are now both available on Netflix!
This is part of the recent deal between ABS-CBN Films and Netflix to bring more of the former’s films onto the streaming platform to hopefully reach a bigger audience.
If that isn’t enough, Antoinette Jadaone’s tearjerker film of 2019, Alone/Together, starring Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil is also coming to the platform by November 5.
Other timeless romantic films under ABS-CBN will also be added to the Netflix library this November: Unexpectedly Yours, One More Try, My Amnesia Girl. More recent titles like First Love featuring Aga Muhlach and Bea Alonzo; the 2018 family-drama film Three Words to Forever; Vice Ganda’s 2018 MMFF comedy hit Fantastica; and Isa Pa With Feelings, the first local film to incorporate Sign Language and the first to pair Carlo Aquino and Maine Mendoza, are also joining the list next month.
Meanwhile, films such as Must Be… Love, She’s the One, Just the Way You Are, Love You to the Stars and Back, Between Maybes, and Sakaling Maging Tayo will follow by December. Netflix’s Christmas gift? Cathy Garcia-Molina’s Hello, Love, Goodbye, the highest-grossing film of all time featuring only the first yet fitting pairing of Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards.
We didn’t ask for this feels fest, but we’re binging them all anyway.