Hayu brings reality TV content to Pinoy viewers
Keeping Up With the Kardashians makes a return on the streaming platform and offers all-new episodes beginning Sept. 18. Kim Kardashian (left) is with mom Kris Jenner.
Hayu brings reality TV content to Pinoy viewers
Jerry Donato (The Philippine Star) - September 16, 2020 - 12:00am

People tend to consume more content available on streaming, digital platforms these days. This is true with the availability of technologies to many, who wish to get entertained given the present global health situation. hayu, a streaming video-on-demand service, can provide that (entertainment) with niche shows, as one may put it. Yes, it’s a good source of reality TV entertainment.

The Philippine group that represents hayu recently invited media members to a virtual catch-up to talk about the brand and reintroduce it, which was launched last October in the country.

From the conversations, one could pick up that hayu features 300 reality and entertainment shows with around 8,000 episodes. All this content can be streamed and downloaded. Subscribers can binge on the content they want to watch anytime and anywhere. The content consumption continues even if they are on the go. That speaks of hayu’s presence.

Kylie Jenner

According to the hayu Philippine team, the platform is available in 14 territories with the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada as key markets. In Asia, however, the Philippines is its key market. Perhaps, this is not a surprise for Filipinos have this appreciation for drama and interest in the intricacies of relationships and the domestic life. hayu is also available in Singapore and Hong Kong.

Content-wise, the streaming platform’s banner, flagship program is Keeping Up With the Kardashians. It also offers shows like The Real Housewives franchise, Botched, Million Dollar Listing franchise, Top Chefs, true-crime docu-series and local content It Takes Gutz to be a Gutierrez.

Scott Disick

Most of the content can be accessed on the same day as in the US, the hayu Philippine group said, and the price for subscription is competitive. Everybody can binge watch to their heart’s content. In some cases, let’s say, Keeping Up With the Kardashians and The Real Housewives, subscribers can watch previous and the most recent seasons.

The hayu Philippine group also announced that Keeping Up With the Kardashians is making a return on Sept. 18 with brand-new episodes. It has an interesting tagline that goes, “The family you know. The drama you didn’t see coming.” If that’s not enough to satiate your curiosity about the Kardashians, one can also watch related content such as Revenge Body with Khloe Kardashian, Life of Kylie and Flip It Like Disick. As shared in the catch-up event, subscribers will witness how the Kardashians deal with the pandemic and the juicy dramas the family is facing. What do viewers can look forward to? The hayu local team shared the following sneak-peek information: A family member has a virus scare; Kim and Kourtney learn that Paris is on the verge of a lockdown ahead of Kanye West’s fashion show; Scott is dealing with a leaked news; and Khloe and Tristan talk about their past relationship.

Khloe Kardashian

With that, hayu brings reality shows to Pinoy viewers. So make the streaming platform part of your viewing pleasure and experience.

(To watch all this content, sign up via www.hayu.com or download the app to get started on your free one-month trial and only at P149 on the succeeding months.)

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