Spectrum is commemorating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month by offering an On-Demand series of Asian-themed films, featuring the following:
“Parasite,” the first international language film to receive Best Picture at the Academy Awards®
“Minari,” featuring recent Academy Award® nominee Youn Yuh-Jung
“The Farewell,” starring Awkwafina in her debut appearance.
The Academy Awards, colloquially referred to as the Oscars, are an annual ceremony honoring creative and professional achievement in the film industry. They are widely considered the most coveted and illustrious awards in the global film business.
You can watch these films on Spectrum TV On-Demand, or subscribe to spectrum internet packages to download the movies – or watch them online!
Beginning May 11, films in the group “Asian Pacific Month” will be eligible on the Spectrum On Demand platform. Additionally, the collection includes the blockbuster hit film “Crazy Rich Asians,” featuring Michelle Yeoh and Constance Wu, “The Namesake,” starring Indian legend Irrfan Khan, and the dramedy “The Big Sick,” written and featuring comedian Kumail Nanjiani.
Customers of Spectrum TV can navigate the On Demand platform through their Spectrum Guide.
Crazy Rich Asians
Additionally, the month-long On Demand site features culturally significant films about Asian Americans, including “To Be Takei,” about the life of beloved actor and activist George Takei, and “Linsanity,” about basketball star Jeremy Lin’s meteoric rise. Additionally, classic 1980s films such as “The Karate Kid” and the 1993 film version of Amy Tan’s book “The Joy Luck Club” are highlights. Spectrum Internet packages are undoubtedly the best Internet and TV choice in the USA.