Viu, PCCW’s leading pan-regional OTT video streaming service, continues to expand its offerings to bring fresh and engaging premium Asian entertainment through its volume deals with China’s largest TV and film media companies – Huace Film & TV and Huace Croton Media.

Being the first OTT player to bring Korean entertainment content across the region, Viu takes pride in being the one-stop service for viewers to access one of the largest volume and widest selection of Korean content titles. With a growing demand for other types of Asian content such as Chinese dramas (C-dramas), Viu-ers in seven markets including Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia can now enjoy over 2,000 hours of Chinese content that is now available to them with these volume deals.

As part of the partnerships, more than 30 C-dramas including highly raved titles such as Eternal Love of Dream – one of the most-watched dramas on Viu, A Love So Beautiful, My Amazing Boyfriend 2 and The Brightest Star in the Sky were released late last year. More award-winning and star-studded popular hits such as Eternal Love, The Princess Wei Young, Love O2O, Love and Destiny will also be released from July onwards.

Ms. Virginia Lim, Chief Content Officer of Viu, said, “We continue to offer the best and most relevant content to our viewers. Besides having one of the widest selections of fresh Korean content, Viu also takes a leadership role in offering a diverse array of content through our various partnerships with leading production companies. By expanding and evolving our content proposition to meet the needs of today’s audience, Viu remains the go-to platform for premium Asian entertainment content in the region.”

In addition, Viu is pleased to offer our Viu-ers the highly anticipated Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba: The Movie: Mugen Train, The Penthouse 3 and Voice 4! Based on one of the best-selling manga series of all time with more than 150 million copies in circulation, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba: The Movie: Mugen Train continues the story from its critically acclaimed anime series Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. Clinching numerous accolades including Anime of the Year: Grand Prize at the Tokyo Anime Awards Festival 2020, the anime series has sparked a viewing frenzy since its premiere and became one of the top-viewed anime titles on Viu across the Asian markets.

First-on-Viu and back for a third season, Korean melodrama The Penthouse 3 follows the journey of three moms, fueled by greed and desire, to elevate their lives. Su Ryeon will do anything to exact revenge on the adults that wrecked her child’s life. Seo Jin has cultivated a successful career as a classical singer but her daughter seems to lack her talent. Yoon Hee refuses to live a life of poverty and tries everything she can to move into the Penthouse with her daughter. Due to the immense popularity of the first and second season, be sure to catch the third season, starring Lee Ji Ah, Kim So Yeon, Eugene, Uhm Ki Joon, Shim Eun Kyung and Bong Tae Gyu.

Hit K-drama Voice follows the lives of emergency call center employees who attempt to fight crime using the limited information they get from the urgent calls received. Reprising her role as the gifted voice profiler Kang Kwon Joo, Lee Ha Na teams up with Song Seung Heon who plays the new character Derek Jo, a unit leader at the LAPD who winds up collaborating with the Golden Time Team. As a tough perfectionist who refuses to accept even the smallest mistake, Derek Jo will be a force to be reckoned with in Season 4.

Catch these new titles as well as Viu’s extensive library of other blockbusters, first-on-Viu and exclusive titles on the Viu app which can be downloaded for free on App Store, Google Play, and selected smart TVs, as well as on the web at