Coconuts TV Launches on Iflix

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iflix, the world’s leading entertainment service for emerging markets, today announced the launch of Coconuts TV on iflix, a bold and edgy documentary series that spotlights Southeast Asia’s most weird and wondrous stories.

From today, anyone in Asia, with or without an active iflix subscription can stream and download all six episodes of the docu-series – for free and on any device.

From the Miss Tiffany’s transgender beauty pageant in Pattaya to “midget boxing” in Manila, to the volcanoes of Bali and the skyscrapers of Kuala Lumpur, Coconuts TV on iflix takes an in depth, uncensored look at the most fascinating and undiscovered phenomena in Southeast Asia.

EPISODIC OVERVIEW

SEXY TIME
Let’s talk about sex baby. Explore the many facets of how sex has shaped South East Asia’s modern culture, music, and society. Conventional, consensual, or condescending?

MARGINALIZED
True grit, survival, adaptation, & passion – the formula to cultivate greatness. Follow the rise of superstars from historically marginalized groups within society, exposing the difference between who we are and who we want to be.

NEEDLES ‘N’ KNIFES
Dive under the skin and into the depths of needle-sharing fisherman and unfold the deadly razor-sharp thrill of the famed balisong butterfly knife. Two different stories, two different kinds of highs.

ANIMALS AND US
Unveil spirituality, mindfulness, and healing with a legendary horse riding, kickboxing, drug-fighting monk. Then explore a volcanic active region where nature knows no kings nor gives no mercy to the wildlife around it.

WHEELS OF CHANGE
The only assurance in life is change. Follow the rise of gender equality in Malaysian motorsports and the demise of the iconic Filipino jeepney. Witness the evolution and how steadfast communities adapt to these fast times.

BIRDS AND BUGS
Has anyone told you about the birds and the… bugs? Access the underbelly of Asia’s fascination for cockfighting, songbirds, and the renaissance of mainstream insect-eating culture.

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