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Hablas Español? These Filipino movies are now on YouTube—and dubbed in Spanish

By PINKY S. ICAMEN Published Sep 22, 2021 8:54 pm

Whether you are wondering how Coco Martin would sound like in Spanish or you want to brush up on your lengua Española, these three movies (and a few teleseryes) are all available online for viewers to enjoy until Oct. 15.

With a fast-growing Spanish-speaking audience with an affinity for Filipino teleseryes and movies, ABS-CBN Entertainment is making some of its most-loved Filipino films and shows, which are dubbed in Spanish, available on YouTube.

These Spanish-dubbed movies ready for binge watching until Oct. 15 include the 2014 horror/mystery film Feng Shui 2, starring Kris Aquino; 2015 comedy You’re My Boss withToni Gonzaga and Coco Martin; and 2016 romantic-comedy The Third Party, starring Angel Locsin, Sam Milby and Zanjoe Marudo.

Watching these dubbed movies, whether for entertainment or just out of curiosity, are comparable to watching those Tagalog-dubbed telenovelas and K-dramas, where the emotions of the actors are captured in the seamlessly dubbed lines, and the voice actors sometimes going extra.

In addition to the Spanish-dubbed movies, the company also announced recently that it is making available on YouTube some of the award-winning Filipino teleseryes that are dubbed in Spanish for a limited time.

Included in these teleseryes is Pangako Sa ‘Yo remake (La Promesa), starring Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla, which was a hit in Latin American TV networks in Ecuador, Peru and Dominican Republic.

The 2015 soap Bridges of Love (Puentes de Amor), with Jericho Rosales, Paulo Avelino and Maja Salvador, was also dubbed in Spanish. According to ABS-CBN Entertainment, Bridges of Love is the first Philippine drama to air in Latin America through Panamericana Television in Peru in 2016.

Check out these Spanish-dubbed full movies below: