ipapalabas na sa HBO and It will be the first time the Philippines will be featured in Folklore.

Folklore is all about taking the human condition and seeing what could happen when you mix it with the supernatural—a concept the Kuwaresma director Matti knows very well. So far, there are no official release dates yet but principal photography will begin in early 2021.

Aside from Matti’s work, we can also look forward to episodes from Sittisiri Mongkolsiri of Thailand, Shih-Han Liao of Taiwan, Billy Christian of Indonesia, Nicole Midori Woodford of Singapore, and Bradley Liew of Malaysia to look forward to. Plus, Japanese pop singer-songwriter Seiko Matsuda will be making her directorial debut in Folklore.

Folklore Season 2 will feature a mix of established and up-and-coming auteurs, each with distinct sensibilities, including two female directors from the region,” said Magdalene Ew, WarnerMedia’s regional head of entertainment in a statement. The first season of Folklore premiered in 2018 and featured six different horror stories from across Asia. You can stream the anthology on HBO Go while waiting for Matti’s episode.

‘Direk Erik joins an impressive lineup of directors representing different territories in Asia, with each one directing an episode for the second season of the highly successful horror series,’ Reality Entertainment shared in a statement.

Matti will also be joined by fellow ‘folklore’s S2 directors: Thailand’s Sittisiri Mongkolsiri, Taiwan’s Shih-Han Liao, Indonesia’s Billy Christian, Singapore’s Nicole Midori Woodford, Malaysia’s Bradley Liew, and Japan’s Seiko Matsuda.

Not much is known about Matti’s episode, but initial photography and planning will apparently begin as early as next year.