Netflix is expanding its Singaporean content by including of 18 TV shows and features, to be dropped progressively on the platform from Nov 1. Previously, a bumper crop of 106 local shows was launched between August and October.
Among the new batch are such as TV classics as Masters of the Sea, the first local English soap opera; the cop drama series Triple Nine, starring James Lye and Wong Lilin; and the supernatural anthology Incredible Tales. Also added are new seasons of Growing Up, Under One Roof and Phua Chu Kang.
On the movies sides, viewers can look forward to the screen adaptation of Michael Chiang’s play Army Daze; the SG50-tribute anthology 7 Letters, and lesser known offerings like the fright-fest Blood Ties and the Nicholas Lee-starring road trip comedy City Sharks.
These films are available on Netflix across Southeast Asia, while the series are available to subscribers in Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei. Here’s the list of coming attractions:
From Victoria Street to Ang Mo Kio
Our Sister Mambo
Masters of the Sea
Best of Under One Roof, Season 2
Best of Phua Chu Kang, Season 2
Best of Incredible Tales
Triple Nine, Seasons 1-4
Growing Up, Seasons 4-6
My Dog Dou Dou
Chennai 2 Singapore
Phua Chu Kang The Movie
We Not Naughty
The Girl n the Pinafore Dec 1
Photos: Netflix, 7 Letters: Boo Junfeng