Singer, model, actress, wife, and mother are only some of the titles Filipina celebrity Anne Curtis possesses. After her two-year hiatus in the entertainment industry, Anne is slowly returning to showbiz.
In May, Anne reunited with It’s Showtime family by resuming her stint as the show’s co-host. She now appears twice a week on the well-loved program. The following month, Anne staged her comeback concert, Luv-Anne, at the Newport Performing Arts Theater of Resorts World Manila by June. As with any modern woman, Anne is trying to have it all—looking fabulous while she’s at it.
Her decision to return to her prime in showbiz came at the right time as her daughter Dahlia has been growing up and becoming active in her classes.
“She has her social life. She can independently play. Her Papa is also going to the office now. There’s a kind of normalcy slowly coming back,” Anne said.
Although Anne is slowly returning to showbiz, she still finds time to relax and do the things she loves. Among them is binge-watching shows.
Being a first-time mother, Anne is hands-on with Dahlia. But once she goes down for her nap, Anne takes time to bond with her husband, Erwan Heusaff, by watching a variety of series on Prime Video.
One of the shows she enjoys watching is the well-loved The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
“It’s super funny, and it has a strong female lead. The amazing outfits and wardrobe are all nice. When watching the series, as an actress, it makes me super inspired to do a period,” she said.
Erwan also introduced Anne to The Boys. She describes it as “a different take on superheroes, which is rather dark fantasy.” Still, she loves the show’s storytelling and cinematography.
Anne has some catching up with The Boys as its second season is now available on Prime Video. She shared that she saw Erwan watching the series by himself. Upon asking if he was rewatching, Anne discovered about the second season and has promised to view it when possible.
She also plans to binge-watch the Amazon Prime Video original movie series, The Summer I Turn Pretty, where a girl finds herself caught between two brothers.
Meanwhile, Dahlia gets little screentime, but her parents try to give her none, except when boarding a plane when they need to keep their daughter occupied in the meantime.
The actress proves that watching content online is crucial in anyone’s life since it provides entertainment and inspiration. Now, Filipinos have the option to watch Anne’s favorite shows and more with Amazon Prime Video.
Anne serves as the face of Prime Video as the streaming platform caters to its Filipino audience. For the actress, Filipinos love storytelling no matter the genre since they use it to escape their problems and find something enjoyable. She shared that audiences also love documentaries, which her husband specializes in.
“Prime Video sees us and wants us to get access to a variety of top-tier digital content, as well as feeding our endless appetite for telling stories,” she said.