Trese: the Making of a Netflix Original Animation Series

Trese is a Netflix Original Animation Series. It is based on the Philippine folklore of the same name. The series is about a young girl who fights against supernatural beings and creatures in order to protect her home in Manila from being taken over by monsters.

The series features Filipino culture, folklore, and mythology. It was created by Filipino artists from different parts of the country. The series was written by Shaira Mella Salvador and directed by Eric Quizon.


Who is Trese?


Trese is a series of novels about alternate Philippine history. The books are set in Manila and the surrounding provinces, where the characters fight off zombies, vampires, and other supernatural creatures.

The story behind Trese began in 2006 when Filipino comic book artist Budjette Tan was commissioned by a friend to illustrate a cover for an anthology of horror stories. He was not aware that his work would be published as a graphic novel until it was too late to stop it. The series became popular and has since been translated into several languages.


Conclusion/Review and Final Thoughts on the Trese Show


In the end, Trese is not just a show about the Philippines. It is a show that tells the story of how Filipinos have changed and how they have stayed the same.

The show has been praised for its realistic portrayal of Philippine culture and its representation of Filipino values.