SKY subscribers can soon enjoy Viva’s recent hit offerings such as Daryl Yap’s “Paglaki Ko, Gusto Kong Maging Pornstar,” and “Kung Pwede Lang: The Rantserye,” “Parang Kayo Pero Hindi,” and more on Vivamax via subscription.
Vivamax is Viva Entertainment’s newest streaming app that offers subscribers access to its vast library of Philippine and Hollywood movies, K-Dramas, concerts, documentaries, and others for only P149 a month, which SKYcable or SKY Fiber subscribers can charge to their monthly billing starting April 15 (Thursday).
Lovers of K-Drama can catch “Exit,” “Love Forecast,” “Ashfall,” Lee Min Ho’s “Bounty Hunters,” as well as the world premiere of the highly anticipated Korean sci-fi film “Seobok” starring Gong Yoo and Park Bo Gum.
Avid concertgoers can catch Sarah G and Regine Velasquez-Alcasid’s “Unified,” Anne Curtis’ “The Forbidden Concert,” and its newest film concert experience “Tala.”
Pinoy audiences can also watch Hollywood flicks via Vivamax, with titles such as “The Hunger Games” compilation, “Divergent” series, “Magic Mike,” “John Wick” one and two, “Rambo: The Last Blood,” and more.
Subscribers can stream Viva-produced and co-produced films such as “Maybe This Time” by Sarah Geronimo and Coco Martin, high-grossing indie film “Kita Kita,” 2016 hit “Camp Sawi,” Carlo Aquino and Nadine Lustre’s “Ulan,” Vice Ganda’s “Petrang Kabayo,” “Just a Stranger,” among others.