- ‘Sahaya’ first announced that they’re pitching the series to be streamed on Netflix
- ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano’ can now be streamed on Netflix
The rising series ‘Sahaya,’ that features a storyline of a Badjao woman, Sahaya, and their tribe fighting against the wrath of ignorance, cultural racism, and deprivation of education to the Badjao people, claimed that they will be the first Philippine series that will be aired on Netflix.
But news had broken and confirmed that ABS-CBN’s ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano’ is now airing on Netflix. The longest running primetime show had also made its way to reach out to its international audience with its international title, ‘Brothers.’
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‘Sahaya’ had announced its possibility on gracing Netflix last February, the team had shared that the equipment that were used on the show was really great for a Netflix milestone.
“I’m just happy to share with you na nag-taping na kami and I’ve seen the materials. Ang galing ni Direk Zig Dulay, ang ganda ng materials niya, ang ganda ng camera movements niya, ng shots. And this is also the first time that a GMA drama will use the C700 cameras, so ito yung akma na puwedeng pang-Netflix.”
But just recently, FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano had made its announcement via Twitter that FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano can already be watched on Netflix.
‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano’ is titled ‘Brothers’ on Netflix. On the Twitter account of Dreamscape’s Eric John Salut, he tweeted a photo with the caption,
“Nasa @netflix na po ang Pambansang Teleserye ANG PROBINSYANO with an international title BROTHERS! Congrats, Coco Martin, @ABSCBN and @DreamscapePH”
— EJS (@ericjohnsalut) May 10, 2019
Which really garnered positive comments from awaiting viewers.
Jusq nakakatawa 🤣 Sahaya daw ang first Pinoy teleserye sa Netflix 🤣 mga ilusyunadang Kapuso, ayan ko tinatawanan kayo ni Cardo 🤣 https://t.co/YUhZCfJD0U
— Peachikath (@DarlingOfThePEx) May 10, 2019
lmfao everyone is bashing & laughing at 'Ang Probinsyano' being on netflix but that show alone showcases more relevance and exposes political and social issues than that of other shows that y'all watch. you want relevance in media yet you dismiss shows that already have. bye ph
— sofia boutella lovebot (@reminiscinema) May 10, 2019
WHAT THE FCK IS GOING ON ? ? ? ANG PROBINSYANO IS ON NETFLIX AND IT'S CHOSEN ENGLISH TITLE IS "BROTHERS" 😭😭
— (´;︵;`) (@saaalyaaa) May 10, 2019
pinalabas yata sa tv5 as mini series.
anyways naunahan ng probinsyano ang sahaya sa netflix. kaya bigla.. ayun mapapanuod ko na ang first episode o pilot ng probinsyano
— Tyler Ty Boy (@TylerTyBoy) May 10, 2019
THIS IS NOT A DRILL.
MAY ANG PROBINSYANO SA NETFLIX. pic.twitter.com/7Hu5jjMYhd
— Tita Baby Zahara Benet (@nonononoelle) May 10, 2019
akala ko ba ipapalabas sa Netflix ang Sahaya?https://t.co/bCVn8UqbHL
— JUNN EARL DAVID (@EARLFORCE1) May 10, 2019
Natuwa lang ako. Maka-netflix 'to e. Super. Basher pa. Leche. Tapos ngayon, nanunuod na din ng Sahaya. Good Job! HAHAHAHA. Abangan mo din pala Sahaya sa Netflix. 🙂 @heyyyitsjoana#PamilyaNiSahaya pic.twitter.com/uA0R9YiGgn
— 🌹 (@gailtordecilla_) April 11, 2019
Conclusively, ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano’ has really graced the international viewers with its action packed drama, but we still don’t know if maybe ‘Sahaya’ just awaits the perfect moment to stream on Netflix.