Every month, we’ll tell you about new TV shows to hit terrestrial and cable channels, as well as streaming sites in Singapore. Pop culture fans can rejoice (then again, are we ever not rejoicing in this time and age?) with the premieres of Jessica Jones (for Marvel fans) on Netflix and Krypton (for DC fans) on Warner TV. If you like Korean dramas, then Viu has four new ones — Queen of Mystery 2 among them — for you to while away your hours on.
Every month, we’ll tell you about new television shows to hit terrestrial and cable channels, as well as streaming sites in Singapore. January is a relatively quiet month, with shows skewed more towards fantasy, like Amazon Prime Video’s “Electric Dreams” or Netflix’s “Devilman: Crybaby”.
With enemies on his back, Ali accidentally binds an intelligent device to himself, making him a property of the agency. Left with no choice, Ali has to train himself and partake in field missions as a spy agent. Although the art style looks similar to other popular animations, what sets “Ejen Ali” apart is that it’s a Malay animation.