“Senior High” now available for free and on-demand in US, Canada, Europe, Middle East, and Australia

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    Mondays will always be on a high as viewers worldwide can now enjoy binge-watching
    ABS-CBN’s trending mystery-thriller series, “Senior High” starring Andrea Brillantes, which
    is now available for free and on-demand only on ABS-CBN Entertainment’s YouTube
    channel.

    Kapamilyas in the US, Canada, Europe, Middle East, and Australia now have on-demand
    access to the latest episodes of the series, wherein they will be able to enjoy week-long
    full episodes every Monday beginning September 11.

    “Senior High” continues to hook viewers for its eye-opening storyline and has received a
    total of over 38 million digital views across YouTube, Facebook, and iWantTFC in the first
    two weeks of its premiere. The series tackles important issues that the younger generation
    face such as bullying, mental health, peer pressure, and substance abuse.

    As the story continues, the truth about Sky’s (Andrea) real father was finally revealed after
    Archie (Elijah Canlas) exposed his father Harry (Baron Geisler) and told both families
    involved that he is in fact Luna and Sky‘s biological dad. With this revelation, the dynamic
    between Sky and her bullies Archie and Z (Daniela Stranner) might take a turn for the
    worse now that they all know that they are half-siblings.

    Watch “Senior High” for free and on-demand only on ABS-CBN Entertainment’s YouTube
    channel. For updates, follow @abscbnpr on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok, or
    visit www.abs-cbn.com/newsroom. (abs-cbn)

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