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No plans this 11.11?

Catch these amazing dramas on Singtel CAST this November! From Chinese dramas, Korean dramas and English shows, Singtel CAST have you covered.

Legal Mavericks 2020 (踩过II)



Delve into even more interesting cases this season, this legal, crime detective television series is back in action and follows the steps behind blind lawyer Hope Man, played by award-winning actor Vincent Wong 王浩信, and his best friends – Gogo (Owen Cheung 振朗) and Chiu Ching Mui (Sisley Choi 蔡思).

Catch Legal Mavericks 2020 on Demand from 3 November, on Chinese Plus.


Never Been Kissed


#throwback to the 90s with young Drew Barrymore in this romantic comedy as a nerdy, 25-year-old reporter who goes undercover at a high school for a news story, only to relive her agonising adolescence. For the first time and with the help of her brother, she not only becomes the “popular” kid but finds love with a sexy English teacher – Sam Coulson. Will she be able to keep her first true love while hiding her true identity? 

Wait no longer, Never Been Kissed is available for streaming on HBO GO.


More Than Friends



For those who love ID: Gangnam BeautyMore Than Friends is a story of Lee Soo (Ong Seong-wu), and Kyung Woo-Yeon (Shin Ye-eun), who have taken turns having a crush on each other for the past 10 years. With misunderstandings and missed opportunities, they remained friends. Now that their paths have crossed again, a love triangle is thrown their way with Oon Jun Soo (ZE:A’s Kim Dong Jun). Can one see another in a different light after many years of friendship? Or do years of friendship eventually add up to true love?

Streaming now, on Viu Premium, with 2 new episodes released each week. 
Live On 


Baek Ho-Rang (Jung Da-Bin), is your typical popular high school girl – she’s pretty, a school celebrity and a social media influencer, but she only has one “real friend.” One day, Baek Ho-Rang learns that someone is trying to reveal a huge secret of hers! She decides to join her high school's broadcasting club on a mission to find that anonymous person and comes across Go Eun-Taek (NU’EST’s Hwang Min-hyun), the chief of the broadcasting club, who’s cold and aloof, unlike her. Will these two be able to put their differences aside to hide a secret? Watch unlikely friendships unfold on this journey. 

Live On premieres 18 November on iQIYI. 

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