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When asked by The Hollywood Reporter, Brillante Mendoza shares his latest masterpiece AMO.

Netflix, the world’s leading internet entertainment company, known for huge hits like The Crown, House Of Cards, Stranger Things, and Black Mirror, has acquired AMO, a TV5-produced show set against the backdrop of the government’s drug war, is the first-ever TV series from the Philippines to be on Netflix.

Titled AMO, a local term for boss, Mendoza says the series will take an uncompromising look at the drug problem, including “the police, corrupt officials, the people ordering killings and those who are getting protected.”

In an interview with The Telegraph, Mr Mendoza revealed a hint of apprehension about how his new series will be received. “I have this feeling that because I am doing a series against illegal drugs that people are prejudging it,” he said. “It will pass through different points of view, different perspectives, depending on the subject matter that we are dealing with,” he added.

Stay tuned to this post because we are uploading fun moments of AMO, on and off the camera. Updated on April 9, 2018 the launch day of AMO in Netflix.
Living Room Screenings organized in the U.S.
The hardworking Assistant Director Charita Castinlag celebrates birthday on April 10.

Groufie muna bago lumabas sa NETFLIX
Derek Ramsay, Vince Rillon, Brillante Mendoza and Allen Dizon


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