ABS-CBN and Viu are bringing the Philippine adaptation of the hit South Korean thriller drama, Flower of Evil to 16 markets across Asia, the Middle East, and South Africa. This also marks the expansion of the partnership of both entertainment companies in bringing premium Asian entertainment to more viewers.
Viu Philippines’ Country Manager, Arianne Kader-Cu said, “Testament to our commitment to bringing the best premium Asian entertainment to Viu-ers, we are happy to work with ABS-CBN once again to bring the Philippine adaptation of Flower of Evil to all of Viu’s 16 markets. This latest offering puts Filipino talent front and centre in the way we do storytelling, supported by a powerhouse cast and a world-class production team.”
ABS-CBN Entertainment’s Chief Operating Officer for Broadcast, Cory Vidanes said, “Our partnership with Viu on the local adaptation of Flower of Evil is a major milestone for ABS-CBN Entertainment. This is an opportunity for us to showcase excellent Filipino content and talent to the global audience in the 16 markets of Viu. Our local adaptation of the Korean hit love story Flower of Evil, a compelling and powerful narrative on love for family, search for truth and justice, is the unanimous choice to open our regional partnership with Viu.”
Flower of Evil follows the story of a man who successfully changes his identity to hide his past. He then marries a police detective, who will, later on, be tasked to investigate an unresolved serial murder case that will lead her back to him.
The show also stars Agot Isidro, Edu Manzano, Denise Laurel, Joross Gamboa, Joem Bascon, Epy Quizon, Rita Avila, Jett Pangan, Pinky Amador, Joko Diaz and JC de Vera.
Flower of Evil will stream simultaneously on Viu 48 hours before its domestic television broadcast. The show is currently in production and is scheduled to premiere soon.