What series, movies and lyrics have Filipinos searched for the most in 2021?
The results are from Google! Here are the top 10 most searched series, movies and lyrics. Have your favorites been on a list?
MANILA, Philippines – The results are in! Google revealed the year 2021 in search, and we have the top 10 most searched series, movies and song lyrics by Filipinos from last year.
It’s no surprise that Netflix’s hit Korean thriller series Squid game Reigns on the Hottest Series list this year, but did you expect Arthur Nery’s single “Pagsamo” to be the top search query in the Philippines for music lyrics? As for movies, Disney’s inspired by Southeast Asia Raya and the last dragon topped the list for 2021.
Here are the other top Philippines search queries for TV shows, movies, and song lyrics – we’re pretty sure you’ve contributed a lot of them!
The Couch Potato List: Top 10 Series, Shows
Hit Viral Show Squid game – the dark series about debt and mortal children’s games – topped the list, while the South Korean K-drama Real beauty, with Moon Ga-young, Cha Eun-woo, Hwang In-youp and Park Yoo-na, followed in second place.
As expected, K-drama fever took the country by storm again this year – in third place was Vincenzo, with Song Joong-ki as the main character; and in fourth was Han So-hee and Kang song‘s Nevertheless. The title in fifth place, combo-breaker Fall into your smile, is a 2021 Chinese e-sports drama series starring all-men’s team captain Lu Si Cheng and amateur player Tong Yao. Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha, the hit romantic drama starring Kim Seon-ho and Shin Min-a, landed in sixth place.
Vintage teen drama Bridgerton came on the list in seventh place, followed by Netflix’s first Filipino animated series Tree in eighth place. The last two places go to Mr. Queen, a K drama set during the Joseon era with Hye-Sun Shin, Kim Jung-hyun, Seol In-ah and Jae-won Lee; and the Japanese dystopian thriller Alice in Borderland.
Must-Sing Songs: Top 10 Song Lyrics
For top lyric search queries, local artist Arthur Nery “Pagsamo” topped the list, followed by American R&B singer Giveon “Heartbreaking Anniversary” Single. In third place was “Crazier” presumably by Taylor Swift.
OPM steals the show in fourth, fifth and sixth places – that’s “Panalo” by Ez Mil, “Paubaya” by Moira Dela Torre, and “Mapa” by Ben & Ben and SB19.
Olivia Rodrigo’s hit song “Driving license” took seventh, followed by Taylor Swift’s heartbreaking anthem “Very good” and Dua Lipa’s dancefloor bop “Levitating” in ninth place. Olivia Rodrigo completed the list with her betrayal ballad “Traitor” in the last place.
Big screen favorites: the 10 best films
First, Disney’s 2021 Asian-led animated film, Raya and the last dragon, located in the fantastic world of Kumandra. In second place was Zac Snyder’s Netflix thriller Heist, Army of the dead, and third was Marvel’s female solo superhero blockbuster, Black Widow, with Scarlet Johansson.
Another Netflix heist movie, Red Notice, took fourth place, featuring a top cast consisting of Gal Gadot, Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds. In fifth place was the only Filipino film on the list – Yam Laranas’ Death of a girlfriend, with Diego Loyzaga, AJ Raval, Arnold Reyes and Raul Morit.
Marvel’s first Asian-led superhero blockbuster Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings was the sixth most searched movie, while Army of the dead prequel Army of thieves took seventh place.
Japanese era action-adventure film Ruruoni Kenshin, which is based on the equally popular manga, ranked eighth on the list, followed by the remake of the 1996 hit film, Space Jam: A New Legacy, starring basketball superstar LeBron James and the rest of the Looney Tunes gang. In last place was Disney’s Cruel live-action remake, starring Emma Stone as the titular villain, also known as Estella Miller, who is an aspiring London-based fashion designer in the 1970s. – Rappler.com