Prime Video announced today that BTS j-hope’s docuseries “HOPE ON THE STREET,” produced by HYBE, will be available on Prime Video in the Philippines and more than 240 countries and territories worldwide, starting Thursday, March 28. Episodes will be released weekly every Thursday and Friday.

‘HOPE ON THE STREET’ features j-hope’s love for dancing

j-hope is a member of the 21st century pop icon group BTS. His six-episode docuseries “HOPE ON THE STREET” highlights j-hope’s story and love for dancing. He returns to his dancer roots as he begins a new journey in his 12th year since debut. Accompanied by his former instructor, the popping champion Boogaloo Kin, j-hope explores the streets of Osaka, Seoul, Paris, New York, and Gwangju, meeting inspiring street dancers along the way. Follow j-hope as he pursues a dream connecting his past, present, and future. Also showcased in the documentary are songs from j-hope’s special album “HOPE ON THE STREET VOL.1.”

“HOPE ON THE STREET” will premiere on Prime Video on March 28, 2024.

“HOPE ON THE STREET joins thousands of other shows and films available on Prime Video, such as Philippine titles “Linlang,” “In My Mother’s Skin,” “Takeshi’s Castle,” “Simula sa Gitna,” “Comedy Island Philippines,” “Rookie,” “Ten Little Mistresses,” “Cattleya Killer,” and “Fit Check: Confessions of an Ukay Queen.”

K-dramas and K-variety shows on Prime

Meanwhile, Korean titles on Prime Video include “Marry My Husband,” “Death’s Game,” “My Man is Cupid,” “BTS: Yet to Come,” “The Kidnapping Day,” “The Killing Vote,” “Tale of The Nine Tailed 1938,” and Jinny’s Kitchen.

Anime hits such as “Rurouni Kenshin,” are also available, as well as award-winning and critically acclaimed Amazon Originals like “Gen V,” “Citadel,” “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power,” “The Boys,” ”Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan,” and Emmy and Golden Globe winners “Fleabag” and ”The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”

Prime Video members are able to watch films and shows anywhere and anytime on hundreds of compatible devices. In the Prime Video app, members can also download episodes on their mobile devices and tablets and watch anywhere offline at no additional cost. Prime Video is available in the Philippines for just P149 per month.

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