It's official! Rom-com series "Gaya sa Pelikula" starts streaming on Netflix tomorrow, January 7, 2021 and will be available across Southeast Asia, Hong Kong and Taiwan. 

/ 6 January 2021

It’s official! Gaya sa Pelikula starts streaming on Netflix tomorrow, January 7, 2021. The popular Filipino rom-com BL web series about two boys forced to become housemates is created and written by Juan Miguel Severo and directed by JP Habac. The series will be available across Southeast Asia, Hong Kong and Taiwan. 

“I’m so happy that GSP will soon be on Netflix and that the series can now find new viewers through the service. As someone who binges Netflix shows, it means so much to me just to see our title on that iconic interface!” said creator Juan Miguel Severo. “I’m beyond grateful and excited that Netflix has given us the opportunity to share our own little love letter to everyone who wants to love and be loved with no inhibitions,” said Director, JP Habac.

Executive Producer, Quark Henares from Globe Studios, added, “Once in a blue moon something special will really come along so full of love and camaraderie that audiences can’t help but feel that love ooze out of that project. GSP is one of those projects, and I am so grateful, happy and honored that we get to share that magic on Netflix.”


Production Still courtesy of Netflix Philippines

Gaya sa Pelikula stars Paolo Pangilinan (as Karl Frederick Almasen) and Ian Pangilinan (as Jose Vladimir Austria). “I am incredibly grateful for this milestone thanks to Netflix. May this be one of many Filipino queer stories on this service. Padayon!” said Paolo. Ian also shared his excitement. “I used to daydream about it, but now it’s a reality! We’re on Netfliiiix!!!!” he said.